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The Most Evil Men In History Attila, " The whip of The Devil " reign of terror across Europe in the fifth century

Attila the Hun photo; wikipedia.orgAttila the Hun was born in 406, and much of his life was known as the king of the Huns. In his youth he lived at the court of Ravenna, as a hostage. His presence was a guarantee that the Huns led by his uncle will n...
by Potent Scientia Est on Oct 26, 2016

Predator: Dark Ages (2015) BRrip

Sinopsis: Un grupo de caballeros templarios se cruza con un Depredador. Ahora, tendrá que darle caza para sobrevivir. Titulo: Predator: Dark Ages Calidad: BD720p Audio: Ingles / vose Pais: Reino Unido Año: 2015 Genero: Acción. Ciencia ficción ...
by Peliculasmas.com on Jun 6, 2015

Watch The Trailer For The ‘Predator’ Fan Film ‘Dark Ages’

On the day I introduce my 11-year-old son to the original Arnold Schwarzenegger classic Predator, I find out about a Kickstarter campaign that financed the “best possible Predator short film, with the production of a Hollywood Blockbuster.” The f...
by Geeks of Doom on Apr 14, 2015

Why Oak Is Made In The Crafting Of Oak Furniture

Why oak is created within the crafting of Oak furnishings are not so difficult to reply to once one will get a glance at how beautiful this wood could be once it’s been cut, formed in finished. Oak and oak furniture appear to become a match whi...
by Come Flip on Jan 25, 2015

Philosophy Wire: The Dark Age of genetics.

Philosophy Wire by Spiros Kakos [2014-10-26]:Human "language gene" makes mice smarter. [1] Neuroscientists identify the key role of language gene. [2] Scientists discover that schizophrenia is not a single diseases but multiple genetically distinct d...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Oct 25, 2014

Release from hospitals. The new dark ages of science…

Michael Schumacher discharged from hospital, ‘difficult road’ still ahead. Or in other words: Michael Schumacher “released from hospital”, as the …Continue reading →...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Oct 18, 2014

Release from hospitals. The new dark ages of science…

Michael Schumacher discharged from hospital, ‘difficult road’ still ahead. Or in other words: Michael Schumacher “released from hospital”, as the …Continue reading →...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Oct 18, 2014

Science and the New Dark Ages…

Just in case you were looking for some ideas for your next dystopian novel… in a new feature, the BBC …Continue reading →...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Sep 4, 2014

Science and the New Dark Ages…

Just in case you were looking for some ideas for your next dystopian novel… in a new feature, the BBC …Continue reading →...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Sep 4, 2014

Thursday's thought for the day

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by That's Going Too Far! on Aug 21, 2014

Comic Review: Dark Ages #1

Dark Ages #1 Written by Dan Abnett Art by I.N.J. Culbard Edited by Daniel Chabon Covers by I.N.J. Culbard Dark Horse Comics Release Date: August 13, 2014 Cover Price: $3.99 Dark Ages #1 is part medieval historical fiction, part Lovecraftian terror, a...
by Geeks of Doom on Aug 12, 2014

Horrible History - The Great Plague & Other Fun Plague Videos

History's Turning Points - AD 1347 - The Black DeathYou can play this game and create your own fun, super, and realistically fake plague here.  Come on Pandemic 2 is fun to play, you know you want to!
by Wicked Things Horror Blog on Feb 22, 2014

The Battle of Tours

In 570 the woman Amina bore a son who, according to eastern storytellers, cried out immediately at birth, “There is no god but Allah, and I am his prophet!” He was Mohammed, the “Promised One,” and it was he who gave the Arabs their religion.
by Laboring In The Lord on Oct 11, 2013

Butter,Thieves,and Bread Tablecloths: A slice of brioche history

Before I began my professional toils and tinkerings in the food world, history was just a subject that triggered the snooze button in my brain. Nonetheless, once I started traipsing around countries through their distinctive cuisines, I found myself...
by The Word Magicians Kitchen on Aug 21, 2013

Silves is getting ready for the Dark Ages

Silves is preparing in earnest for the 10th medieval Fair, a massive 10-day event which takes over the entire city and transforms its streets into a living, breathing medieval town. It’s just about to start on the second of August and it will last...
by Algarve Portugal on Jul 31, 2013

Middle Ages – An era of light!

Many people refer to the Middle Ages as a “dark” era. But take a look closer. Why do they say …Continue reading »...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Jul 13, 2013

The Ax of the Apostle

The Ax of the Apostle He is called the apostle to the Germans and was perhaps the greatest missionary of the Dark Ages. Boniface was an Englishman, born in 680. He entered a monastery and at age 30 was ordained. His abilities guaranteed a rising care...
by Laboring In The Lord on Jun 5, 2013

The Battle of Tours

In 570 the woman Amina bore a son who, according to eastern storytellers, cried out immediately at birth, “There is no god but Allah, and I am his prophet!” He was Mohammed, the “Promised One,” and it was he who gave the Arabs their religion.
by Laboring In The Lord on Oct 11, 2012

Muslim inventors & scientists

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by Do it the Moroccan way on Apr 5, 2010


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