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History

Is this where Pilate condemned Jesus?

The praetorium is where the Roman governor would have resided.

In search of the lost art of ancient Roman concrete

Their unknown recipe makes concrete that grows stronger over time.

The Amelia Earhart mystery continues

Blogger debunks the newfound "evidence"

Vatican and Jewish museum’s joint exhibition brings 2,000 years of art, history to Rome

“The Menorah: Worship, History and Myth” presents a collection from numerous museums around the world.

Pope Francis once saved a man’s life and now, almost 4 decades later, they meet face to face

Alfredo Luis Somoza described his meeting with Pope Francis as part of an "intense day" in Rome

Did Amelia Earhart die in captivity?

Newly found image suggests she survived a crash in the central Pacific

Alternative universe: How the U.S. Constitution was defeated

The fun of exploring alternative history isn’t seeing history as it was, but as might have been.

A 12th-century treatment for weight loss

The Trotula, a medieval treatise on women’s health, includes certain weight-loss tips we may not want to apply today.

5 Times the 4th of July has been an important date in America

July 4th has been meaningful for us more than once.

Palermo archbishop overwhelmed with emotion as synagogue returned after 524 years

Recognition by the International Raoul Wallenberg Foundation of Monsignor Corrado Lorefice

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