Why do Brits and Americans swear so differently? They may share a language, but Brits and Americans swear like strangers. A new book explores the risks of transatlantic banter – and the classic curse that always translates.
'Extraordinary Find': Rare Religious Text Written in Lost Etruscan Language
A 500-pound stone tablet found in the foundation of an Etruscan temple at the Poggio Colla site in Tuscany.... Archaeologists strongly suspect that the text is religious, but have yet to fully translate the find.
The analysis reveals what some of the very first Londoners looked like and where they came from. These initial results come from four people: two had origins from outside Europe, another was from continental Europe and one was a native Briton. The researchers plan to analyse more of the 20,000 human remains stored at the Museum of London.
The artist Gunter Demnig has placed almost 60,000 "Stolpersteine" cobblestones across Europe. The first 50 were placed in Berlin in May 1996. Illegally. Now, it is the biggest decentralized monument in the world.