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Alexandria (Egypt)

City, chief port, and second-largest city of Egypt, situated between the Mediterranean and Lake Maryut; population (2006) 4,110,000. It is linked by

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American Museum of Natural History

The anthropology department at the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) is one of the oldest, largest, and most important such departments in

Open Ancient Greece
Ancient Greece

Ancient civilization that flourished 2,500 years ago on the shores of the Ionian and Aegean Seas (modern Greece and the west coast of Turkey).

Open Ancient Pueblo Peoples
Ancient Pueblo Peoples

Member of a prehistoric American Indian people who lived in the Rio Grande Valley of New Mexico and other parts of the southwest from 100 BC to AD

Open Ancient Rome
Ancient Rome

Ancient Rome was a civilization based on the city of Rome . It lasted for about 800 years. Rome is traditionally said to have been founded as a

Open Anning, Mary, 1799-1847
Anning, Mary, 1799-1847

Place : Greece Subject : biography, physics English palaeontologist who found the first ichthyosaur skeleton, the first plesiosaur, and a pteradactyl.

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Archaeology

( ärkēŏl'Әjē ) [Gr.,=study of beginnings], a branch of anthropology that seeks to document and explain continuity and change and similarities and

Architecture, Greek

the art of building that arose on the shores of the Aegean Sea and flourished in the ancient world. Palaces of the Minoan civilization remain at

Open Athens (Greece)
Athens (Greece)

Capital city of Greece and of ancient Attica; population (2003 est) 747,300, urban agglomeration 3,247,000. Situated 8 km/5 mi northeast of its port

Open Atlantis
Atlantis

A legendary vanished island in the Atlantic Ocean. The legendary lost island of Atlantis is mentioned by the Greek philosopher Plato (c.428–c.348 bc )