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Hatshepsut es una de las mujeres más poderosas en el mundo antiguo y uno de los mejores monjes en Egipto antiguo. Ella era el quinto faraón de la décimo octava dinastía de Egipto y gobernó más largo que cualquier regla(jefe) en la historia egipcia


Los habitantes de Jerusalén tenían un secreto. Habían participado en una de las mayores obras de ingeniería del mundo antiguo. Es increíble lo que los seres humanos pueden lograr cuando sus espaldas están contra la pared. Los habitantes de Jerusalén, frente a una muerte segura, encontraron un camino secreto para conseguir una fuente constante de agua en Jerusalén.

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How to Make Viking Soap

The Vikings were very clean compared to the other cultures of their day. In fact, according to cleric John of Wallingford, the Vikings combed their hair daily, changed their woolen undergarments often and bathed each week. Viking Answer Lady also states that archaeological evidence shows that the Vikings made their own soap. Their soap contained...


Massive underground tunnels known as Göbekli Tepe connect Scotland and Turkey. This massive structur


An ancient artifact found in Egypt: The Power of Love. The only Power religion rejects. This World would be a better place with more Love and less religion.


Hatshepsut, the woman king! She successfully ruled Egypt for about 20 years (c. 1479–1458 BC) as a pharaoh. She dressed in traditional male garb and often had herself depicted as a male ruler in Egyptian art.


Nefertiti - who was married to the Pharoah Akhenaten and was the mother of Tutankhamun. She ruled alongside Akhenaten during the eighteenth dynasty (1550-1292 BC). Nefertiti means, “The beautiful one has arrived.” She lived in Tell El Amarna, a city constructed by the pharaoh to worship their god Aten.