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Emin Pasha's story connects to so many other historical things, particularly in the context of both the Ottoman Empire and African history.
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New theories have emerged that make it the right time to once again go back to an old favorite, the Voynich Manuscript.
While many have admired heiress Casati over the years for her life led entirely based on her aesthetics, she was also entirely self-serving.
When people say the Wrights were first to fly, they're talking about a very particular set of circumstances. There are other contenders to the title.
We're revisiting the murder of Mary Ann Bickford on Oct. 27, 1845. Albert J. Tirrell was charged with murder, and his defense was somnambulism.
As Louis XVI's time as king grew less stable, Léonard stepped away from the royal family and into his own business ventures.
Marie Antoinette's hairdresser set the styles of France during King Louis XVI's reign. But when he first arrived in Paris, he had almost nothing.
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For more than 45 years after Emmett Till's murder, his mother continually worked to make sure he did not die in vain.