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How Food Plays a Role in Chinese Culture for Kids

29th October 2012
Just like any other culture, food is very big in the Chinese culture for kids and adults alike. Some people know about the food that is in the Chinese culture because of the various Chinese restaurants that are around. You will see many different types o... Read >
Author: SpeakMandarin

Wooden Jewelry Box Form, Function and Style

13th July 2011
Ever since the first necklace was created, "Iíve got nowhere to keep my pearls" has been a common lament of womenkind everywhere. Making a small box out of wood quickly became a natural solution to such difficulties. While archaeologists regularly find sm... Read >
Author: Edan K Alvo

The History of Wind Chimes

17th May 2011
Many people nowadays view wind chimes as a purely decorative object, often displayed in a garden or a patio. However, they have a rich history dating back almost five thousand years and being a part of many cultures and generations. They are also consider... Read >
Author: Harry Pearce

PREHISTORIC MEGALITHIC SITES IN IDUKKI DISTRICT

24th March 2011
PREHISTORIC MEGALITHIC SITES IN IDUKKI DISTRICT AT DEVIKULAM TALUK, NEAR MUNNAR, KERALA A survey team of the Kerala State Archaeological Department inspecting a rock-shelter believed to be 2,500 to 3,000 years old at in Devikulam taluk. A team of a... Read >
Author: shahidini

Ancient Egyptian Symbols Expressed in Jewelry

07th January 2011
With about 6,000 years of recorded history behind it, Egypt has certainly built a rich treasure of culture, practices and beliefs, many of which still have great meaning in modern life. Some of ancient Egyptian symbols, for instance, are still manifested ... Read >
Author: David W

Currency .. the invention of Pharaohs.

29th June 2010
In the archaeological discovery is the first of its kind, a number of researchers and archaeologists Egyptian treasure of coins dating back to the times of some of the Pharaonic, the importance of this discovery that it denies scientific evidence categori... Read >
Author: Egypt Ala Carte

The Seben Extreme- A Bounty Hunter Metal Detector Review

08th December 2009
If you are looking for a solid bounty hunter metal detector review then read on to take an in depth look at the Seben Extreme. This bounty hunter metal detector has many uses and can be used in many different environments, but I do not want to get ahead o... Read >
Author: Larry Y. Hodge

Why Do We Drink Beer?

28th January 2009
So, why do we drink alcohol? Any idea? Yes, to get drunk I know, but what I mean is why do we drink alcohol as a species, why is it a social activity and when did it all begin? Actually no-one can be sure when the first alcohol was imbibed as our hairy an... Read >
Author: Stevo

Mayan engineers constructed pyramids and elevated walkways from stone.

26th November 2008
They crafted immense pyramids, some of which were two hundred feet high, from stone, earth, and rubble. Mayan engineers constructed causeways and elevated walkways from stone. One of the wild jungle, without the benefit of motorized construction vehicles.... Read >
Author: sulamita

Trends in Technology in Paleolithic Era

09th July 2008
How can we define technology The term technology is derived from the Greek word," Technologia" which means material objects, such as tools, crafts, machines, hardware, utensils etc. For inventing a newish model, technology needs some sort of environmen... Read >
Author: MUmarF

A Brief History of Braces-Are Americans Stuck in the Dark Ages?

14th August 2007
Braces, in one form or another, have been around since 400-500 BC. According to the AAO (American Association of Orthodontists), archaeologists have discovered mummified ancients with crude metal bands wrapped around individual teeth1. In the hundreds ... Read >
Author: Jim Martinez
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