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Erotic Plaque

This terracotta plaque dates back to the old Babylonian period. It depicts a male and female having sex in a missionary position. Such scenes were mass-produced in southern Mesopotamia during the old...
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Jonathan Trumbull

Jonathan Trumbull served as the chief justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court from 1766 to 1769, then as governor from 1769 to 1783. He was the only one of the pre-War governors who continued to serve throughout the conflict, no doubt because of his ardent support of the colonial side in disputes with Britain.
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Russian Revolution - November 1917

Russian Revolution - November 1917 Following the March Revolution, in November 1917 Russia got the world's first communist government. Lead by Lenin, communists took over the vital city of St Petrograd and removed the Provisional Government from power. Lenin had already proved himself to the workers of the city with his slogans “Peace, bread and land” and “All power to the soviets”.
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Preah Vihear Temple

The Preah Vihear Temple is a sacred Angkorian site on the border between Cambodia and Thailand dedicated to the Hindu deity, Shiva.The earliest history of the site of the Preah Vihear Temple can be traced to the ninth century AD, although the temple itself and that which can be seen today mostly dates to the eleventh century.
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