A dictionary of thousands of words chronicling the everyday lives of people in ancient Egypt — including what taxes they paid, what they expected in a marriage and how much work they had to do for the government — has been completed by scholars at the University of Chicago.
Daily Archives: September 18, 2012
University of Oregon psychologist was on the team, which confirmed the presence of magnetic particles
Huge decorative work shows empire’s cultural strength in a region ‘off the radar screens’
In 1460 the first Battle of Northampton saw the forces of the Duke of York, father of King Richard III, assault the fortified encampment of the Lancastrian Army of Henry VI and amid gunfire and the clash of thousands of soldiers win the day.