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Advances in carbon dating could help solidify biblical timeline

Fine-tuning our methods for dating artifacts could lead to greater accuracy.

Coronavirus lockdown: Museums and cultural sites you can visit online

When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. Enriching things to do during the coronavirus outbreak.

Vatican converts vast collection of manuscripts into coloring books

Download these free coloring books and bring classic artworks to life! Don't forget to share.

Learning more about the Herod Jesus met

While often seen as a biblical villain, Herod Antipas seemed a better ruler than his father.

How Leap Day can bring us closer to God

This special day every four years reminds us of God’s dominion over time, creation, and every part of our lives.

Holy water bottle from the Titanic held a goodbye note

A year after the ship sank, the bottle was found, just a few kilometers from the sender's hometown in Ireland.

Finding treasure on the bank of the Thames, mudlarks connect with history

Medieval pilgrims' tokens and other artifacts bring hobbyists into another world.

Pius XII was talking to the United States when he spoke of the loss of “sense of sin”

It was 1946 ... and he observed that legislation and treaties can never be enough to rein in the unlawful ambitions of man.

New technology reveals the rough sketches under da Vinci’s masterpieces

The technique could provide insight into the creative methods of the world's most famous artists.

Excavating England’s religious history at Bath Abbey

The entire community of Bath is welcomed to share in the unearthing of history.

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