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What was Elizabeth’s Place in the Royal Family?

   06 Dec 01:00:02   |  ilovehistory

Elizabeth I was born on the 7 th of September 1533. She was the daughter of Henry VIII and his second wife, Anne Boleyn. Before Elizabeth reached the age of three, her mother was charged with adultery, incest, and high treason and executed. By the time of her father’s death in 1547, Elizabeth was third in line to the English throne, behind her younger half-brother Edward and older half-sister Mary. Although she was not expected to inherit the throne, she was not neglected by her father and received an education that would have customarily been reserved for male heirs at the time.

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The Fall of Babylon Prophecy – What Story Does It Tell?

   06 Dec 01:00:02   |  ilovehistory

The fall of Babylon is significant for Biblical history as it is mentioned in a number of books in the Old Testament. In the Book of Isaiah, a story similar to that found in the Cyrus Cylinder is told. Instead of Marduk, it was the God of Israel who chose Cyrus. After the fall of Babylon, the Jews, who had been exiled since their subjugation by Nebuchadnezzar II, were allowed to return home. In another book, the Book of Daniel, the fall of Babylon was already prophesized during the reign of Nebuchadnezzar II. According to this book, the king had a dream, in which he saw a statue with a head of gold, breasts and arms of silver, belly and thighs of bronze, legs of iron, and feet of iron mixed with clay.

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Where are the Falemauga Caves Located?

   06 Dec 01:00:02   |  ilovehistory

The caves are located on Samoa’s main island of Savai'i, which is one of the largest islands in Polynesia. They’re in the region known as Falemauga, from which the caverns received their names. The caves are five miles (eight kilometers) from Malie and near Apaia, the capital of Samoa.

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Leonardo Bansko

   05 Dec 01:00:02   |  leonardobansko

Leonardo Bansko is luxurious restaurant offers a rich menu of gourmet dishes from the Italian and Mediterranean cuisine. There you can taste classic and modern specialities made with orignal fresh products in an exquisite and calm environment.

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Apart Hotel Lucky Bansko

   04 Dec 01:00:01   |  luckybansko

Apart Hotel Lucky Bansko is five-star luxury hotel is based in Bansko and offers top quality services and many attractions and entertainment for adults and kids in the winter and summer season.

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Weight Loss Program Lucky Fit

   04 Dec 01:00:01   |  luckyfit

Lucky Fit is weight loss clinic is situated in Bansko and offers you healthy diet made by a doctor and effective physical exercises in the mountain.

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Legacy of the Ancient Manchu Shaman

   29 Nov 01:00:02   |  ilovehistory

The Manchu people are an ethnic minority in China sometimes called "red-tasseled Manchus", a reference to the ornamentation on traditional Manchu shaman’ hats. Shamanism was the dominant religion of the Tungusic peoples in northeast Asia, and during the Jin dynasty.

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How Many Maya Gods Were Worshipped?

   29 Nov 01:00:02   |  ilovehistory

The Maya were a polytheistic people who believed in a multitude of gods and goddesses. The deities of the Maya pantheon governed every aspect of nature and human life and were quite complex characters. Maya gods and goddesses were dualistic in nature and were changeable. To date, at least 250 Maya deities have been identified.

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Ancient Termite Mounds Found in Brazil

   28 Nov 01:00:01   |  ilovehistory

Researchers reporting in Current Biology on November 19 have found that a vast array of regularly spaced, still-inhabited ancient termite mounds in northeastern Brazil are up to about 4,000 years old and cover an area the size of Great Britain.

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Treasure Hunter Finds the First Celtic Chariot Burial in Wales

   28 Nov 01:00:01   |  ilovehistory

A metal detectorist in Pembrokeshire in Wales has made a discovery that could change how we understand the history of the ancient Celts. The unearthing of a Celtic chariot burial in a Welsh field astonishes experts because this find is the first of its kind in Wales. It is sure to throw light on the Welsh Iron Age and its connections with the wider Celtic world.

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