King Alfonso VIII handed over the castle of San Servando to the Knight Templars so that they could defend the city. One of the Templars was named Nuño Alvear
Approximately 33 kilometres off the coast of São Paulo (Brazil), in the Atlantic Ocean, there exists one of the deadliest places in the world known as Snake Island.
Leonardo da Vinci was a very intelligent and prolific man whose outstanding genius was centuries ahead of his peers. He built a Robotic Knight in 1495
Ching Shih was a chinese prostitute turned pirate that commandeer the famous Red Flag Fleet. She was the most successful chinese pirate woman, but also the most succesful in history,
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Hundreds of medieval torture devices were conceived and created with the sole purpose of inflicting pain. Today, we are going to review one of those devices known as the Judas Cradle.
In more recent times, funeral clown services are making a comeback throughout Europe and the USA. However, funeral services have diversified their services not just to clown funerals, but also thematic ones, such as Star Wars parades or Disney characters.
The Green Children of Woolpit is a Medieval British folk tale that has come down to us all the way from the 12th century AD. The legend comes from a small…
The Mechanical Turk Chess Master Machine, commonly known as ‘The Turk’, was purportedly an automaton capable of playing top-level chess, defeating most of the leading intellectuals and figures of his time.