Strabo in his Geography (17 1.54) talks about the “one eyed Kandake” who fought the Romans. Between 30 BC and 22 BC the Romans and Meroites were at war. Meroitic-Kush never became part of the Roman empire – although the Romans tried to make it part of the empire.
Found beneath the floor of an English cathedral, a large calfskin canvas featuring what appeared to be a map of the world. Once recovered and repaired, the map was found to date to 1285. Cities and towns are depicted on the medieval Mappa Mundi, more than 500 ink drawings illustrate biblical events, exotic plants and animals, wild and strange creatures from legends, and dipictions from classical myths. The remarkable artifact remains the largest medieval map still known to exist.
Due diligence reporting shouldn’t be a question, it should be a given. When discussing conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), the issue of ‘conflict minerals’ is almost always a part of the conversation. Conflict minerals refers to the tin, tantalum, tungsten, and gold (3TG) that are mined in the DRC’s eastern region, and have a history of being used as a source of funding …
What is the strange sound that has pro,outed the Canadian military to conduct an investigation in search of its cause? Hunters say it's coming from the bottom of the sea and claim it is scaring wildlife.