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This is a great printable activity to use at the beginning of the school year as a "get-to-know-you" activity. I love that it integrates math, works for a wide range of grade levels, and is fun and engaging for students. This printable should be used with 2"x 2" post-its.

This is a great printable activity to use at the beginning of the school year as a "get-to-know-you" activity. I love that it integrates math, works for a wide range of grade levels, and is fun and engaging for students.

Helmet of  Russian czar Ivan Grozni

Helmet of Russian Tsar Ivan Grozni

A 5000-year-old water system has been unearthed during the second season of a rescue excavation project at the Farash ancient historical site at the Seimareh Dam reservoir area in western Iran. Over 100 sites dating back to the Neolithic, Bronze Age, Copper Age, Stone Age, Parthian, Sassanid, and early Islamic periods were identified at the dam’s reservoir in 2007.

A water system has been unearthed during the second season of a rescue excavation project at the Farash ancient historical site at the Seimareh Dam reservoir area in western Iran. Over 100 sites identified at the dam’s reservoir in

Viking Chain Necklace with Pendants, 9th-12th Century ADA bronze double ring linked chain with eight pendants, four in silver, consisting of one with pseudo-Islamic inscription; two with conjoined...

archaicwonder: “Viking Chain Necklace with Pendants, Century ADA bronze double ring linked chain with eight pendants, four in silver, consisting of one with pseudo-Islamic inscription;

Al Naslaa, Saudi Arabia, I wonder how the ancients managed this?

Located at the Tamya Oasis in Saudi Arabia is a fascinating megalith called Al-Naslaa. It is perfectly split in half and has curious symbols.

Herod the Great's Tomb- The scientist found Herod Skull. No skeleton for the worm eats it up. He was fulfillof hatred n thinks he the King of Heaven.

Most scholars had assumed King Herod the Great, who ruled Judea between 37 and 4 B., was buried at the Herodium complex in the mountains south of Jerusalem. But his final resting place remained a mystery until when archaeologists uncovered Herod's