The Ardnamurchan Viking Ship Burial consisted of a Viking ship that was 5m long and 1.5m wide. 200 rivets and fragments of mineralised wood was all that remained of the vessel. The remains of a Viking were found within the boat. The remains consisted of two teeth and two small fragments of bone. Found with the body were weapons, including a sword with a decorated hilt, an axe, a spear and a shield.
A first half half hat-trick by Joe Burgess set up a 34-10 victory for the Bears over Wyong Roos at Morrie Breen Oval. Both teams had eight wins a piece heading into this round and a victory today was important for their semi final aspirations. It was Wyong who would take the early lead with a successful Tyler Cornish penalty kick. That goal would be the only joy Roos fans would have as the Bears stuck their claws in.
Molly Pitcher is a person who never left family and had no fear. When you have those wonderful qualities someone is bound to notice. That’s what happened to Molly Pitcher Hayes, she started out as a servant, and ended her life being a hero of the Revolutionary War. Did you know that Molly Pitcher Hayes is not actually her real name?
The tomb of the Red Queen was discovered in 1994 in Chiapas, Mexico, where it had lain untouched for thirteen centuries (Discovery Channel, 2005). Her tomb is located within the complex containing the Temple of the Inscriptions at Palenque (Tiesler, 2004, p. 82). Temple XIII, the structure that houses it, stands to the right of the Temple of the Inscriptions, where Pacal II was buried with very similar funerary details, including an abundance of the red pigment cinnabar (mercury sulfide), which was applied to the skin in layers and the placement of their remains in the only limestone sarcophagi found within the mayan cities to date (Discovery Channel, 2005). The tomb is located at the center of the temple. The flesh of the Red Queen’s body, quite possibly Pacal II’s wife Tz’ak-b’u
Sandra Kay Yow is one of the most inspirational coaches. When she was in high school she once scored 52 points in a game. Her coach then predicted that she would make history in basketball. She thought it was insane at the time. In 1965 she began coaching at Allen Jay High school.
Robin Morgan a poet and mother of one boy, Blake Morgan that became a musician. Born January 29, 1941 (now 75 years old). Grew up in Mount Vernon, NY then, moved to Sutton Place in Manhattan. Robin Morgan’s father “Mates Morgenstern” never showed up to his child getting born, but then later during WW2 Mates Morgenstern died in war, ever since that happened Robin Morgan grew up with no father. Berkeley Morgan (her mother) got her into modeling as a toddler herself, she was young for the age of five.
John Marsden was born on the 27th of September, 1950. Marsden was born in Victoria, Australia, despite this, he spent his first 10 years of life in the country towns of Kyneton, Victoria and Devonport, Tasmania. His name has a high aspect of respect, due to the fact of being a nephew of well-known colonial Anglican clergyman and magistrate, Samuel Marsden. At the age of 10, Marsden moved to Sydney and later attended, The King’s School, Parramatta, renowned for its military style and approach towards education. Marsden’s hobbies during his spare time included education, scrabble, reading, writing and backyard cricket.
Nathaniel Hawthrone was born on July 4, 1804 in Salem, Massachusetts to parents who both had a strong Puritan background. Puritans are known for their dominating personalities and strong opinions. They are men of action who do not care about other’s feelings. His family was known as lawyers, businessmen, and sea-captains. Nathaniel’s mother, Elizabeth hoped for something different for her son.
Katherine Dunham was a revolutionary African American anthropologist, choreographer and dancer of the twentieth century. Dunham was born on June 22, to an African American father and a French Canadian mother in Chicago 1909. In her early life, Dunham pursued and earned her bachelor, master and doctoral degrees in anthropology while pursuing dance as a topic of interest at the University of Chicago. She originally attended college at the request of her family, whom persuaded her into a teaching career. She later, became the first African American women to attend and earn these degrees at the school.
LAI: “... So massive no ordinary man could lift its carved and decorated length. He drew it from its scabbard, broke the chain on its hilt, and then, savage, now, angry and desperate, lifted it high over his head and struck with all the strength he had left, caught her in the neck and cut it through, broke bones and all….” Pg72.
Discovered in March, 1974 – the funereal army of Qin Shi Huang, the first emperor of China includes a massive collection of eight thousand soldiers, over a hundred chariots and distinct horses, and several officials, acrobats and courtesans as a man-made site of tribute to one of the most influential historical figures of the region. A group of farmers uncovered the site, but much remains buried still – partly owing to reverence towards the emperor. It is part of an entire necropolis built around what is believed to be an auspicious site for the emperor’s mausoleum. Gold and Jade mines flank the landscape. Work is ongoing at this site, which is around 1.5 kilometers east of Emperor Qin Shi Huang's Mausoleum in Lintong, Xian, Shaanxi Province.
ing Tuts Death Mask is an ancient artefact that was discovered in 1925 by British Archaeologist Howard Carter. The Death Mask was discovered in Thebes, Egypt in the Valley of the Kings inside his four-room tomb; tomb KV62. This was the traditional burial place of his predecessors. It was thought to be created in 1323 B.C. specifically for King Tut but later it was discovered that it was meant for his step mum Nefertiti.