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This Ancient Egyptian queen became famous after the discovery of her bust, but her tomb has never been found… or at least, not officially
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As Stephen Frears' new film hits the big screen, Alice Barnes-Brown sat down with the comedian/activist to find out what lessons we can learn from this unlikely love story in a "time of Brexit, Trump and hate"
Invented by pharmacist John Pemberton, ‘Coca-Cola’ debuted as an ‘Intellectual Beverage’ and ‘Brain Tonic’ in Atlanta in 1886
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Vikings in Britain, 500th anniversary of Martin Luther, Battle of the Bulge, the spies who tried to kill Lenin, the first ‘talkie’, Elizabeth Woodville, Stonehenge, top 10 foods that changed the world, photos from the Atomic Age and more!
The writer and historian gives her opinion on the fall of Anne Boleyn
Billions of mourners watched as Diana, Princess of Wales, was laid to rest after the tragedy that took her life in Paris
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