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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.

Napoleon by Jacques Louis David

Napoleon

Story of Napoleon Bonaparte who declared himself emperor of France on May 18, 1804 and influence Europe for 25 years.

Beethoven 1820 By Joseph Karl Stieler

VLOG Episode 12 | Beethoven’s 250 years

Celebrating one of the most well known composers of all time: Ludwig van Beethoven. December 2020 marks 250 years of his birth, so what better time to celebrate the man and his music?

Eroica by Beetoven

Podcast Episode 15 | Beethoven’s 250 years

A podcast to celebrate one of the most well known composers of all time: Ludwig van Beethoven. December 2020 marks 250 years of his birth, so what better time to celebrate the man and his music?

Bolshevik By Boris Kustodiev Tretyakov Gallery Public Domain Wikepedia Commons

April 17, 2017: Lenin Issues April Theses – Russian Revolution

The April Theses were a series of ten directives issued by the Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin upon his return to Petrograd from his exile issued on April 17, 1917.

Virtual Tours from Home by 360onhistory.com

Virtual Activities You can do from Home

You can virtually access tons of tours, museums, art galleries and libraries from home. Here is a list, which I will be updating on a regular basis. 

Agatha Christie

Podcast Episode 11 | The Queen of Crime – Agatha Christie

At this time of social distancing and self isolation, I hope this podcast on Agatha Christie, the undisputed Queen of Crime, will help you pass some of your free time.

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