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100 Years of Knowing Tut: The latest scholarship and discoveries on Tutankhamun
The Cataclysm of 1650 BCE: Research shows a fascinating historical basis for the destruction of Biblical Sodom.
Uncovering the oldest stone tools in the world (upcoming article)
The Allure of Pompeii: The latest spectacular discoveries at ancient Pompeii (upcoming article)
America’s Ice Age Hunters: Emerging new discoveries suggest that humans may have been in the Americas over 20,000 years ago.
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