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History OF The Photo ID

“For Fast, Easy and Certain Identification, Nothing Bests a Photograph”. On October 9th, 1804, the Governor of Massachusetts issued a passport to a man claiming to be Joseph Warren Revere, the son of ...More...

Cupid or Eros

An image of the god Cupid or Eros, from Keightley's Mythology, 1852....More...

THE BATTLE OF THE BLACK SEA

The battle of Mogadishu also known as the battle of the black sea, Was fought on 3rd October 1993 and 4th octomber. The war involved a Task force Ranger sent by United states government from the Delta...More...

PROTEUS

Proteus was a sea god with the girt of prophecy and shapeshifting....More...

Strato

Greek Anthology section on the Roman Period from Hadrian to the accession of Commodus. ...More...

Blown tablewares

The blown vessels of the Roman world differ from the cast and mould-blown vessels in that their forms are not generally comparable with stone, metal and pottery equivalents....More...

How to Find Out If a Print Is Worth Anything?

If you're curious how much that lovely art print on the wall or in the attic is worth, the best way to put a price on it is to take it to a professional appraiser. But there are a few things you can do at home before you seek the assistance of a professional....More...

Iowa Fast Facts

Want to learn more about Iowa? These fast facts provide information about its admission to the union, its state symbols, important people from Iowa, and key events in state history. ...More...

Crimean War: Battle of Inkerman

Battle of Inkerman was fought November 5, 1854, when the Russians attacked Allied positions outside Sevastopol. Striking at the Allied left on the Inkerman Heights, the Russians fought in heavy fog. The Battle of Inkerman resulted in a Allied victory which crippled the fighting spirit of the Russian...More...

Venus

Venus was the Roman Goddess of spring, love, and beauty....More...