Apparently some people communed with spirits to locate the first underground oil reserves.
Rumor had it that these machines were once the Prince’s servants, whom he murdered and transformed into anatomical displays. Scholars showed otherwise.
Start by saying yes to antioxidant-rich barley pap, and avoid wine tainted with newts.
This story is as enriching as the added nutrients in the legendary white bread.
Whether the 2020s will roar remains to be seen, but people have been coming up with nicknames for decades since the Elegant (18)80s.
Not everyone can be a pampered pooch.
His theory of general relativity was well known in the U.S., but his 1921 visit caused a sensation.
Struck with “Berggeschrey,” or “mountain clamour,” early modern nobles of Saxony dolled up the dirty and dangerous work of the mines with gold and glitter.
The counterfeit currencies issued in response to 1837’s coin shortage were worthless—or were they?
In the 17th century, Nathaniel Giles had the right to conscript young singers into the British royal children’s choir. He and a business partner went a step further.