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5237The discovery of the creature, named Graecopithecus freybergi, and nicknameded ‘Stan-4 hours ago
5236"Hey hey, ho, ho, Afrocentric's got to go" telegraph.co.uk LindyBill-7 hours ago
5235Case in point. What's next?Stan-yesterday
5234we still could not arrive at a uniform understanding of the past. independent.cLindyBill-yesterday
5233It seems to me that if it was possible to uncover every buried human artifact weStan-yesterday
5232Remember strobe-lights? Everything was dark, light flashed every second or so, bJames Seagrove-yesterday
5231And the mystery deepens I'll say. Australian Aborigines working in Turkey, lStan1yesterday
5230Australian Aboriginal symbols found on mysterious 12,000-year-old pillar in TurkJames Seagrove-yesterday
5229Iram of the Pillars Iram of the Pillars, also called "Aram", "IrJames Seagrove-yesterday
5228Yes, the rosy red cheeks are a mystery.Tom Clarke-yesterday
5227How odd that there are all these gigantic strange figures throughout the world. Stan1Sunday
5226The Stone Structures of Saudi Arabia A Close-Up on Mysteries Made of Stone in SJames Seagrove2Sunday
5225I question the artistic choice to rouge their cheeksDMaA-last Saturday
5224Rare Photograph of Billy the Kid Found at a Flea Market The tintype image was pTom Clarke1last Saturday
5223Dave Dix thinks this is great art. Opinions are like assholes... [graphic]FUBHO-last Friday
5222Did crossing your fingers mean in Leonardo's day what it means today?DMaA-last Friday
5221>>When they ask, "is this a da Vinci?", I think people ask the wTom Clarke2last Friday
5220Laughing Shall I Die: Lives and Deaths of the Great Vikings by Tom Shippey [graTom Clarke-last Friday
5219A lot of fakes hanging in galleries and museums. This one seems too big to pull Tom Clarke-last Thursday
5218Good point. The subject matter was unique and might have been given special treFUBHO-last Thursday
5217Why else do I think this is a sham? Experts estimate that there are only 15 to 2Stan-last Thursday
5216Everybody was sick back then 0AD, and in Leonardo's time too...FUBHO-last Wednesday
5215In the BBC documentary they went on and on about the powerful eyes. To me they DMaA-last Wednesday
5214This guy claims it's a fake, but doesn't have many credentials. vulture.FUBHO-last Wednesday
5213That's more than the GDP of the Kingdom of Tonga (@ $403 million).Stan-last Wednesday
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