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Seated woman of Catalhoyuk, Museum of Anatolian Civilizations

Video Episode 19 | Mother Goddesses – When Women were Worshipped

Mother Goddess figurines from across the globe signify a time when women were worshipped. Women-centered fertility cults existed for millennia and even flowed into Christianity and Neo-pagan religions

8000-year-old figurine from Catalhoyuk. Catalhoyuk Research Project

Podcast Episode 22 | Mother Goddess – When Women Were Worshipped

Podcast on Mother Goddess figurines from across the globe signify a time when women were worshipped. Women-centered fertility cults existed for millennia and even flowed into Christianity and Neo-paga...

Image of a human head depicting neuroscience

An Abbreviated History of Neuroscience | Guest Blog

Our guest blog An Abbreviated History of Neuroscience from its history to current status, talking about where we were vs where we are today.

Burning of three witches in Baden Switzerland 1585 by Johann Jakob Wick

Podcast Episode 20 | Burn The Witch – A Brief History of Paranoia

Podcast on the European and American witch trials of the 15th and 16th centuries, including those in Salem, Massachusetts.

Burn the Witch by 360onhsitory.com

Video Episode 17 | Burn The Witch – A Brief History of Paranoia

Short video info-graphic on the European and American witch trials of the 15th and 16th centuries, including those in Salem, Massachusetts.

Human computers

Fantastic Women Series – NASA’s Computers

NASA's Computers. One small step for a man, a giant push from the women behind him: How a group of women heroes helped put a man on the moon.

Voynich Manuscript from Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Yale University

The Mystery of the Voynich Manuscript

The Voynich Manuscript is a mysterious book that has puzzled experts as to its true purpose. Its writing and illustration have not been deciphered.

Persepolis, Capital of the Persian Empire

Video Episode 13 | Persepolis – City of Persians

Ancient capital of the Persian Empire, the ruins of Persepolis lie near Shiraz in Iran. It was burned down by Alexander the Great and is now a UNESCO site.

Statue at Persepolis by Ali Solaymani from Pixabay

Podcast Episode 16 | Persepolis – City of Persians

Ancient capital of the Persian Empire, the ruins of Persepolis lie near Shiraz in Iran. It was burned down by Alexander the Great and is now a UNESCO site.

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