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Exhibition ‘The stamp at the service of Illustrated Spain’ in Nuevo Baztán

Exhibition ‘The stamp at the service of Illustrated Spain’ in Nuevo Baztán

The Interpretation Center of Nuevo Baztán presents “The stamp at the service of Illustrated Spain”, an exhibition that analyzes the use of engraving in the 18th century to promote a change in the country's image and the normalization of aesthetics and artistic taste The illustrated people of the second half of the 18th century made a new Spain known in Europe through engraving.

Two 3,500-year-old pig-shaped clay figurines found in Poland

Two 3,500-year-old pig-shaped clay figurines found in Poland

Despite their small size, the anatomical features of the animals were made in great detail, said the lead archaeologist of the research.A group of archaeologists from Poland found two clay figurines during an excavation in Maszkowice, in the south of the country. pig-shaped more than 3.

They find 'hidden treasures' when exploring a Mayan 'highway' with LiDAR

They find 'hidden treasures' when exploring a Mayan 'highway' with LiDAR

A group of scientists from the University of Miami (USA) have explored with modern laser technology a Mayan stone road of 100 kilometers that 13 centuries ago, connected the ancient cities of Cobá and Yaxuná in the Yucatan Peninsula. study, published in the Journal of Archaeological Science, is the first investigation of the Mayan 'highway' with 'LiDAR' technology, consisting of a laser that deeply scans the ground even through thick vegetation, revealing the topography of the terrain, thus like any artificial feature.

Beveridge Report

Beveridge Report

Beveridge Report

Smith Takes Control of Jamestown - History

Smith Takes Control of Jamestown - History

Pocohontos protecting Captain SmithIn the spring of 1608, Captain John Smith, who was a natural leader, took control of the settlement. Smith overcame one of the major problems of the settlement, the unwillingness of many of the noblemen to work. He made a simple rule: no work ... no food.Smith spent time scouting for food, and on one of those missions, one of the greatest stories in American history took place.

Nullification

Nullification

Short of secession, nullification is the most extreme position of the states& 39; rights philosophy. This view is an extension of Jefferson& 39;s belief in the supremacy of individual and states& 39; rights over federal governmental powers.The nullification concept was first raised by the Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions in 1798-99 in reaction to the Alien and Sedition Acts.