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Top 5 Most Notorious Crimes of Passion

Crimes of passion, associated with the brutal act of murdering a loved one, are often driven by intense emotions such as sexual jealousy, revenge,...

When Did Ancient Egyptians Start Using Hieroglyphs?

Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs were commonly etched into stone and used in temples, tombs, and other monuments, with the first fully formed sentence found around...

The Ancient Lemnian Language and Its Connection to Etruscan

The ancient language of Lemnian, which was spoken on the Greek island of Lemnos in the first millennium BC, was very closely connected with...

Ancient Greek Temple of Zeus Unearthed in Sinai, Egypt

Archaeologists recently unearthed the ruins of a temple for the ancient Greek god Zeus in the Sinai Peninsula, authorities in Egypt said. In a statement,...

Homo Sapiens Used Bow and Arrow 40,000 years Earlier than Thought

In a cave in the south of France, researchers have recently found artefacts that suggest Homo sapiens were the first in Europe to use...

Will Trump Pull the US Out of NATO if He Wins Election?

Donald Trump's recent suggestion the US would not protect NATO allies failing to spend enough on defense has sent shockwaves across Europe. The Republican frontrunner...

The Day Greece Chose the Aegean Islands Over Northern Epirus

On February 13, 1914, Greece signed an international agreement that sealed the fate of Hellenes of Northern Epirus and the Aegean islands. Greece abandoned...

Egyptian Papyrus Featuring Greek Letters is Part of World’s Oldest Book

A fragment of papyrus from ancient Egypt, which once featured Greek letters, may be part of the world's first book, pushing the origins of...

Ancient City of Messene to Get Museum Worthy of Its Illustrious Past

Ancient Messene, the large classical city-state on the Peloponnese, will get a new museum that will showcase a curated selection of 19,000 movable artifacts...

Why Greeks Break Plates: The History Behind the Custom

The sound of a plate smashing, shattering loudly as it meets the floor, is distinctive and tends to turn heads in a restaurant. Most...