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  • History Roundup 21: Has The Nebelung Treasure Been Found? February 22, 2014

    Author: Beach Combing | in : History Roundups , trackback

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    Note that in Feburary, as an experiment, we’ll be releasing history links roundup most days at 12.00 GMT. If you want the proper post on Plato and ancient meteorites with special reference to Egypt and a grudging nod at Atlantis, then please click.

    1) Have We Found the Nebelung Treasure?!: Ask the man with the metal detector (who may be on his way to prison).

    2) Have We found Fort Caroline: in Georgia?

    3) The World’s First Airfield: in Ohio!

    4) The Bad Vikings Are Back: ‘long haired tourists who occasionally roughed up the tourists…’

    5) The New Dial Telephone: a short video explaining use of

    6) Roman and Greek Vision: were they colour blind?

    7) The Nazis and Dinosaurs: oh wow…

    8) Possible inaccuracies in Pompei: lava bombs… who would have guessed it

    9) A psych report on Krushchev:  15 page pdf included

    10) The Fate of Michael Rockefeller: was he eaten?

    11) Ancient Palaces in Japan: Makimuku

    12) A History of Exercise: and avoiding the same

    13)  US Admiral’s Diary: it is coming on line

    14) 2000 Year-Old Bulgarian Fortress: nice pictures

    15) Eating Ancient Grains: millet, teff…

    16) The Lost Children of Alexander the Great: in Pakistan!

    Other links: Cranberries, Linger (catchy 90s pop), fight in the Ukrainian Parliament (there’s a post in this), the prehistory of galaxies, the BLACK KNIGHT SATELLITE (and Philip K. Dick), revenge for red wine stains and inflated livers – how humans gave grapes acne, civil war in Balochostanearth hums and our return to grazing.