In the last century, few crafts have changed as radically as the visual arts. Painting and sculpture was transformed by a radical shift in style.
An ancient tablet believed to depict the Biblical Tower of Babel has been deciphered 100 years after its discovery and may represent the firs
According to author Alan Arnold, in 1979 “Margaret Thatcher … won the election and became Britain’s first woman prime minister.
The chicken as you know it may be thanks to Jesus.
This week on March 23rd will mark the 2021st anniversary of the birth of Jesus.
A cache of nine bronze coins that may have been stashed by terrified Christians fleeing ahead of invading Persian forces has been found in an archa
The people of Paris have come together in a day of mourning to mark the one year anniversary of the Islamic terror attacks which claimed the lives
In Iran this week, a young woman named Golrokh Ebrahimi Iraee was sentenced to five years in prison. Her crime?
Jerusalem’s “Old City” was, until the mid-19th century, the entire urban area of the Holy City.
The woman in an iconic photo shown kissing an ecstatic sailor in Times Square celebrating the end of World War II has died.
Archaeologists from the Jerusalem-based Temple Mount Sifting Project believe they have reconstructed a unique architectural element from the Second
Images like these have been very popular on the internet recently, with this listicle from The Poke giving some great examples of the genre, as wel
In 1908, Minnesota 8th graders were expected to answer a number of questions on American history in order to gain entrance to high school.
Last February, archaeologists unearthed a unique rock-carved underground church in Nevsehir, in the central Turkish region of Cappadocia.
Last month the executive board of the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) overwhelmingly (26-6) approved a r
Thousands of Muslims flocked to the capital of Bosnia’s Serb region on Saturday (May 7) for the reopening of a historic mosque destroyed during war