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Directoire and Empire Periods

23rd October 2008
Directoire (1795-1804) After the Revolution, which was a barren period, artists and craftsmen took up their work again, but this time for the "new rich" instead of the Court and the nobility. They did not abandon the new classic styles, but emphasized ... Read >
Author: Sarah Martin

A history of Cowboy Spurs

09th June 2008
The history of Cowboy Spurs begins in ancient Rome where horse riders wore a basic form of what would become the Western Cowboy Spur to allow them to guide their horses in battle. The spur became an invaluable riding aid and was also used in the Middle... Read >
Author: taoski

History Of The Hairbrush

05th November 2007
Tracing the history of the hairbrush is akin to sifting through a haystack for a needle. And while written documents in regard to the implement are scarce, there are plenty of clues as to its use throughout history by men and women both.The first appearan... Read >
Author: vincent platania

The History of Acne

05th October 2007
Acne is known to affect people even before humans could write. Some Egypt writings mention that Pharaohs used to suffer with Acne. It seems that the word 'Acne' was invented in ancient Greece as people from there were also affected by this disorder. Here ... Read >
Author: John Sern

What is a title of nobility and how to receive it?

25th May 2007
In ancient times, people were separated in different classes. Having a title of nobility is still found in present days, mainly in countries that are either former or present monarchies. This represents a hereditary status that was enjoyed by the highest ... Read >
Author: Clint Jhonson

The Government In Ancient Rome: Who Ruled in Early Rome

08th May 2007
The city of Rome has an historical legacy of 3000 years and was founded in 753 BC by Romulus considered the first King of Rome. Romulus was fed by the she Wolf with his brother Remus when their mother was obliged to leave them in a basket on the docks of ... Read >
Author: stefano sandano

History of the scarf

10th November 2006
The history of the scarf dates back at least as far as ancient Rome. A linen kerchief known as a sudarium (Latin term for "sweat cloth") was used by the Romans to wipe their necks and faces. The ancient Romans developed the scarf into a diverse men's fash... Read >
Author: Patrick Altoft

The History of Necklaces

24th December 2005
Archeologists believe the necklace was born during the stone age about 40,000 years before than previously believed. April 2004, scientists were excavating a cave in South Africa discovered forty-one mollusks that may have been strung as neck jewelry abou... Read >
Author: Martin Smith

COLD SORES - A PANDEMIC?

11th November 2005
Copyright 2005 drbodoh Cold sores virus infects an incredible 89% of the world population, the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) estimates. YES - and 67% of those infected with the cold sores virus will have at least one cold sore event in the next... Read >
Author: Denny Bodoh
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