10 Crazy Cases Of Moving Or Weeping Religious Artifacts

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10 Crazy Cases Of Moving Or Weeping Religious Artifacts10 Crazy Cases Of Moving Or Weeping Religious Artifacts

Many religious artifacts, predominantly statues or images of the Virgin Mary or Jesus Christ, have been subject to claims of miracles or divine events. While the vast majority of these are exposed as hoaxes designed for monetary gain or even to attract more people to the church, some are still without explanation. Perhaps the fact […]

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Top 10 Recent Ancient Finds That Are Surprisingly Large

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Top 10 Recent Ancient Finds That Are Surprisingly LargeTop 10 Recent Ancient Finds That Are Surprisingly Large

The ever-prolific field of archaeology continuously churns out new and significant discoveries. When you imagine such finds, perhaps you envision scientists down in the dirt, using small brushes to uncover tiny bone fragments or shards of pottery. Such seemingly insignificant bits can, of course, rewrite history. Archaeologists have been

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Jamie Murray and Martina Hingis reach US Open mixed doubles final

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• Pair beat Horia Tecau and Coco Vandeweghe 6-4, 7-6 (8)
• Chan Hao-ching and Michael Venus win other semi-final

All in all it has been a mixed week for the Murray family. On Wednesday Andy confirmed he would probably miss the rest of the season to let his hip heal; on Friday his elder brother Jamie combined with Martina Hingis to reach the final

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10 Monuments More Controversial Than The Confederate Statues

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10 Monuments More Controversial Than The Confederate Statues10 Monuments More Controversial Than The Confederate Statues

The word “monument” comes from the Latin verb monere, meaning “to warn.” The media coverage around the debate of whether or not the Confederate monuments in the US should be removed has highlighted something significant: what historians have argued as being the inherent politics ingrained in our monuments. This goes back to

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