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The Brave Japanese-American Educationist and Activist

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The first Asian American Woman to have an American school named after her

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Archeologist Discovered the Childhood Home of Jesus

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An incredible discovery that occurred by mistake

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The 1st-century house at the Sisters of Nazareth site. It may have been the childhood home of Jesus Christ (Source: Ken Dark)
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The 1st-century house at the Sisters of Nazareth site (Source: Ken Dark)

“The Byzantine church Sisters of Nazareth seems as though it was almost certainly the building described by Adomnán. It was very large, very elaborately decorated, and probably from the 5th century.” (Quote by Ken Dark)

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Did Egypt Have Aircrafts 2000 Years Ago?

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The secrets hidden in the Egyptian tombs shake today’s world.

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Saqqara bird, a known model for aircraft of modern time | Photo Credits: Gustocontent
Mummification, Egyptian way of preserving dead bodies | Photo Credits: Discover
The tomb of Tutankhamen | Photo Credits: Enterprise. press
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Egyptian tomb has 2000 years old drawings showing modern-day technology | Photo Credits: Express
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Many Egyptian artefacts were found in an ancient tomb named Pa-di-Imen at Saqqara, Egypt. These included painted walls, pottery, mummies, and the belongings left for dead ones. One such artefact known as the Saqqara bird was placed there in about 200 BC, and it resembled modern-day aircraft because of the shape of its wings and the fuselage. It is a small wooden carving, in the form of a bird, with a beak at the end and a tail. The question arises whether the ancient Egyptians possessed knowledge of flights 2000 years ago or is it just a piece of random art. The aerodynamics experts have designed successful aircraft based on the Saqqara bird by modifying its tail to correct the balance of the flight. The design of the Cirrus SR20 plane is based on the Saqqara Bird.

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