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Statues of the Caral civilization from 3,800 years ago found in Peru

Statues of the Caral civilization from 3,800 years ago found in Peru

Researchers in Peru have discovered three statues and two representations of faces believed to be from the Caral civilization.The statues have been found inside a reed basket near the ancient city of Vichama, in northern Peru, where it is from. Originally the Caral civilization, which is located in the north of Lima on the Peruvian coast.

The Keith Papers

The Keith Papers

35. Secretary of Admiralty to Keith Admiralty Office.October 11, 1803.My Lord, As it appears essentially necessary that some plan should be adopted for defeating any projects the enemy may form of a descent on that part of the coast within the limits of your Lordship’s command during the winter months, my Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty have deemed it advisable that I should transmit to your Lordship for your consideration a general outline of the plan which they conceive to be best adapted to that purpose, the leading points of which are:1.

Military History Encyclopedia on the Web

Military History Encyclopedia on the Web

Index of Book Reviews ZZZabecki, David T. and Douglas V. Mastriano, Pershing’s Lieutenants – American Military Leadership in World War War Zaitsev, Vassili, Notes of a Russian SniperZaloga, Steven J., Operation Dragoon, 1944: France& 39;s other D-DayZaloga, Steven J., Japanese Tanks, 1939-45Zaloga, Steven J.

7 Fascinating Facts About the Panama Canal

7 Fascinating Facts About the Panama Canal

1. The idea for a canal across Panama dates back to the 16th century.In 1513, Spanish explorer Vasco Nunez de Balboa became the first European to discover that the Isthmus of Panama was just a slim land bridge separating the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Balboa’s discovery sparked a search for a natural waterway linking the two oceans.

The buildings of the Barrio de las Letras retain their original baseboards

The buildings of the Barrio de las Letras retain their original baseboards

Nine out of ten facades in Madrid's Barrio de las Letras retain their original baseboards, a figure that confirms the tendency of the historic centers of cities to preserve and now show their original appearance, according to a research led by the Institute of Geosciences (IGEO) , a mixed center of the CSIC and the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM).

Restoration of a palace of the First Caliphate on the Sea of ​​Galilee

Restoration of a palace of the First Caliphate on the Sea of ​​Galilee

The Department of Ancient Studies at the University of Gutenberg has received € 30,000 through the Cultural Preservation Program of the German Federal Foreign Office to help with the restoration of a Caliphate palace on the shores of the Sea of ​​Galilee. The palace complex covers a square of 5.