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The Getty makes its digital lamps catalog available to scholars and the curious.
Thousands of women share the ideals of St. Ignatius of Loyola, but there's only one official Jesuit woman in their congregation.
These new archaeological findings date back to the 3rd and 4th centuries.
Some recently studied remains of the ancient city of Lachish shed light on the historicity of the biblical text.
Care to know some details on what happened between the years 284 and 1000?
Former plantations built by slaves powerfully remind us, whatever our backgrounds, to join our sufferings to Christ's for the sins of the world.
Ignaz Semmelweis' name doesn't quite roll off the tongue the way Lister's does, but he saved many lives by his observations.
Have you visited your local frigidarium lately?
The answer lies in Ancient Greek and Roman literature and astronomy.
Roman historians' writing and archaeological evidence confirms the identities of political figures during Jesus' time.