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Gemstones: Through the Pages of History

27th June 2012
The world’s gemstone market is dominated by only a “select few”, despite the fact that there are actually more than 100 gemstones out of the 2000 identified minerals mined from the bowels of the earth. These “select few” enjoy the distinction of being cal... Read >
Author: David W

Myanmar Proposed Travel Itineraries

18th June 2012
In the heart of Asia, there lies a small country called Myanmar (formerly known as Burma). It is the country of Golden Pagodas and rich Buddhism tradition. The article below suggests some possible routes which allow to see all of Myanmar.Myanmar is called... Read >
Author: MTraveler

Woodcraft: The ancient Art of mankind

21st September 2011
Woodcraft: The ancient Art of mankind The production of decorative frames, fine sculptures, and odd shapes is possible by Woodcraft, while this is not true for other media such as , ceramic, metal, and glass.The ability of forming wood is entirely differ... Read >
Author: Woodcraft919

Combine Art-work And Necklaces

15th September 2010
Wearing necklaces is a great way to enhance your features and bring out the glow in your skin. There are several researches that show that necklaces have been in use since many ancient civilizations. The birth of these necklaces is believed to be in the S... Read >
Author: Dianne Bray

World history lesson plans

11th June 2010
World history lesson plans can be more challenging to formulate than U.S. history lesson plans, as it is difficult to establish parameters of what should be included in the lesson and what should not. However, with careful organization and attention to de... Read >
Author: Peters Publishing

Early History of Travel

24th May 2010
Nomads are nomads. Nomads are always on the move for their food and flocks. Until man settled down in farming communities mankind could never really get ahead nor develop. It was not until whole groups and communities settled down permanently in rich well... Read >
Author: Terry S Vostor

A History of the Different Kinds of Mulberry Trees

18th February 2010
the Orient to fatten silkworms for the silk trade. General Oglethorpe, in 1733, imported 500 white mulberry trees to Fort Frederica in Georgia to encourage silk production at the English colony of Georgia. William Bartram, the famous early American exp... Read >
Author: Abel Jones

The Evolution of Insulation

02nd February 2010
Even though it might be considered by many to be a "modern luxury," insulation is by no means new. In fact, civilizations like the ancient Egyptians and the ancient Romans utilized forms of insulation. The use of insulation to regulate temperatures and pr... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

An introduction to Ed Hardy Swimwear

01st May 2009
Swimsuit begins its history in ancient Greece and Rome. In these ancient civilizations, public bathing was a common and popular tradition, although on the whole men bathed in the nude. During middle ages in Europe, men and women rarely bathed, in fact pub... Read >
Author: Alfred Thomas

Chakra Meditation - A Whole New Life!

09th March 2009
Meditation provides a much-needed succor to the battered mind and soul. This fact is known for centuries to ancient civilizations, like Hindu. However, the Western world has only just realized the potency of meditation as a means towards a healthy physica... Read >
Author: Paul White

Information On The Use And History Of The Hairbrush

07th October 2008
Humans have been brushing out their hair throughout history. It has been documented that human beings were brushing paint onto walls so they were probably able to adapt this tool for the hair. It was necessary for the ancient civilizations to remove dirt ... Read >
Author: Vincent

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 jewelry from Egypt

28th November 2005
Copyright 2005 Jason BibbAncient Egyptians are very well known all over the world for their remarkable jewelry, especially the ones discovered from the period of the Middle kingdom's reign. Egyptians started manufacturing jewelry during the Badari and Naq... Read >
Author: Jason Bibb

CARAVANS

12th August 2005
We will start with the definition of caravan. A caravan is a group of travelers or merchants banded together and organized for joint support and protection while traveling through unsettled or unfriendly country. Caravan trade, however, is associated with... Read >
Author: David Chandler
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