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The Tainos were Asian people who migrated to the Carribean Islands. The Tainos had caciques who were their leaders, and they lived in core shaped huts. They were mythological and had many different deities. Their gods were called Zemizemi, and they controlled various functions of the universe,...Read More
Don Miguel Morayta was the owner of the newspaper, “La Publicidad.” He was born in September 1834 in Madrid, Spain. He was a statesman. He was both director and owner of the newspaper. He was a Spanish anti-clerical free thinker, a journalist, and a professor. He was also an...Read More
The Anglo-Saxons were people who inhabited Great Britain from the 5th Century. They comprise people from Germanic Tribes who migrated to the island from continental Europe. The early Anglo-Saxon period includes the creation of an English nation. Many aspects of it are still relevant today,...Read More
Actually, Peter was a real person. At the end of the book it explains that peter was a soldier, and his description matches a real soldier in history. Although the name might not be the same, he was a real person.
I like to have a sense of humor about life in general because if you don’t, you go crazy. The last time I said something funny was when my precious ragdoll cat was walking away from the room, and it looked like he was wearing a pair of bloomers.
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Ibzan appears in the Hebrew Bible as the tenth of the Judges of Isreal. The Talmud asserts that Izban is to be identified from the book of Ruth. He lived in Bethlehem in Judah. He judged Isreal for seven years, and when he died, he was buried in his native place.
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