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New study confirms that Molière wrote his own works

New study confirms that Molière wrote his own works

A study by two researchers from the National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS) and the Ecole Nationale des Chartes has concluded that Molière (Jean-Baptiste Poquelin), born in Paris in 1622, was the author of his theatrical works. The results of the work have been published in the journal Science Advances.

Megaloceros matritensis: the giant deer that populated the Manzanares river valley in the Pleistocene

Megaloceros matritensis: the giant deer that populated the Manzanares river valley in the Pleistocene

The researcher at the National Museum of Natural Sciences (MNCN-CSIC) Jan van der Made has described a more recent descendant of Megaloceros savini, which is a dwarf form of the giant deer group. The new species, called Megaloceros matritensis, is closely related with others of the genus of giant deer Megaloceros.

They find an important Bronze Age monument of still unknown use in the United Kingdom

They find an important Bronze Age monument of still unknown use in the United Kingdom

In addition, archaeologists discovered charred remains of a hazelnut shell that dates back to the Mesolithic and is more than 7,000 years old. The remains of an important Bronze Age monument, dating back more than 4,000 years, and of a possible camp prehistoric, they were found in the town of Beaulieu, located in the county of Hampshire, in the United Kingdom.

GENERAL THOMAS MALEY HARRIS, USA - History

GENERAL THOMAS MALEY HARRIS, USA - History

VITAL STATISTICSBORN: 1835 in Swedesboro, NJ.DIED: 1864 in Kennesaw Mountain.CAMPAIGNS: Shiloh, Corinth, Perryville, Stone& 39;s River, Chickamauga,Chattanooga, Missionary Ridge, Knoxville, Atlanta, Kennesaw Mountain.HIGHEST RANK ACHIEVED: Brigadier General.BIOGRAPHYCharles Garrison Harker was born on December 2, 1835, in Swedesboro, New Jersey.

Archaeologists Discover a 3,200-Year-Old Pagan Ritual Hall in Israel

Archaeologists Discover a 3,200-Year-Old Pagan Ritual Hall in Israel

Excavators from Israel have announced the discovery of three millennia-old pagan ritual evidence, which supports the hypothesis of pagan worship at Tel Burna back then. Experts suggest that the new finds could shed light on Tel Burna and Canaanite ritual practices.

Riverside Municipal Museum

Riverside Municipal Museum

Located at 3580 Mission Inn Avenue in Riverside, California, Riverside Municipal Museum is a community depository that collects, exhibits, and interprets cultural and natural history.The museum opened its doors on December 12, 1924, when the widow of the business magnate Cornelius Earle Rumsey donated his collection of Native American artifacts to the City of Riverside.