Meet Dippy the Diplodocus. He's on tour around the UK having left the Natural History Museum in London for the first time since 1905. His show is on the road until 2020 and is next heading to Newcastle on 18th May, having just wrapped up a several month stint in Glasgow's Kelvingrove Art Gallery and … Continue reading Have you met Dippy?
Back in 2017, archaeologists had come across a wealth of Etruscan-based discoveries, including an Etruscan temple on the ‘Mountain Of Jupiter’ and possibly the best-preserved Etruscan site in Italy. Well, this time around the scope beyond the confines of the Italian peninsula, to account for the Sardinian island which also seems to flaunt its Etruscan… via … Continue reading Etruscan Settlement in Sardegna!
https://www.youtube.com/embed/i9-ZPGp1AJE When it comes to the history of incredible inventions, advanced mathematics was one of the major developments that came out of Mesopotamia. Pertaining to this ancient scope, the Babylonians had been in the forefront of devising fascinating new mathematical systems, including what we know today as the sexagesimal (base-60) numeral system. And now, as it… … Continue reading 3700-year old Babylonian tablet may contain the world’s oldest known trigonometric table — Realm of History