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Category Archives: History and Archaeology
1-8 Jan – French forces under the Duke of Guise conquered the fortress at Calais, the last English territory in France (1558). 1 Jan – German scientist William Rontgen announced his discovery of x-rays (1896). 1 Jan – All cigarette … Continue reading
Better be wise by the misfortunes of others than by your own. In critical moments even the very powerful have need of the weakest. It is thrifty to prepare today for the wants of tomorrow. Aesop (620 BC – 560 … Continue reading
In the absolute sense, time is dictated by the rhythms of nature as determined by the Creator. In the past it was viewed as the distance in history (as opposed to geography) between events. In that mindset, the idea of … Continue reading
History is the story of man, who we are and where we came from. More importantly it is the story of God’s work with and for man. As such every part of it is important, even parts that don’t please … Continue reading
This summer my family and I explored Fort Ligonier, an eighteenth century British fort in Western Pennsylvania, and the Bushy Run Battlefield, a historic site of the Seven Years War (1756-1763). My children opined about what it must have been … Continue reading
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For anyone interested in a primary on archeology and the Book of Genesis, this may fit the bill. Archeology in Genesis
16 Jan – In the Marcellus Flood, also known as the Grote Mandrenke (“great drowning”), up to 100,000 people died across the British Isles, the Netherlands, northern Germany, and Denmark (1362). 17 Jan – Kobe, Japan was demolished by a … Continue reading