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Sukhoi SU-25 'Frogfoot'(5 of 6)

Sukhoi SU-25 'Frogfoot'(5 of 6)

Sukhoi SU-25 & 39;Frogfoot& 39;(5 of 6) Side view of the Sukhoi SU-25 & 34;Frogfoot& 34;.How to cite this article:Dugdale Pointon, T. (31 March 2007), Sukhoi SU-25 & 39;Frogfoot& 39;(5 of 6) , http://www.

14 May 1942

14 May 1942

14 May 1942May CaribbeanFrench authorities on Martinique agree to allow the United States to open bases on the island.

They find mummified llamas that would have been buried alive by the Incas more than 500 years ago in Peru

They find mummified llamas that would have been buried alive by the Incas more than 500 years ago in Peru

Radiocarbon dating of the find also shows that the Incas reached the Acari Valley earlier than previously thought. Four mummified llamas, among other offerings, were unearthed by archaeologists at a site in Tambo Viejo, which was an Inca administrative and ceremonial center. in the Acari Valley, located on the southern coast of Peru.

History of LST - 450 - 500  - History

History of LST - 450 - 500 - History

LST - 450 - 500LST - 451 LST - 451 was laid down on 20 July 1942 at Vancouver, Wash., by Kaiser, Inc.; launched on 6 October 1942; and commissioned on 12 January 1943. During World War II, LST-451 was assigned to the Asiatic- Pacific theater and participated in the following operations: Capture and occupation of Saipan-June and July 1944 Tinian capture and occupation-July 1944 Leyte landing-October 1944 Lingayen Gulf landing-January 1945 Assault and occupation of Okinawa Gunto-April 1945 Following the war, LST-451 performed occupation duty in the Far East until mid-February 1946.

Bust of a Woman from Laleli

Bust of a Woman from Laleli

This marble bust, which was produced in an atelier at Byzantium, might have been part of a collection of works of art decorating the palace which was built over the Rotunda. Late 2nd century to early...

Decipher how the Pleistocene glaciations determine the distribution of species in Europe

Decipher how the Pleistocene glaciations determine the distribution of species in Europe

A group of researchers, in which the National Museum of Natural Sciences (MNCN-CSIC) and the University of Alcalá collaborate, has analyzed how the glaciations that occurred during the Pleistocene (between 2 million and 21,000 years ago) influenced the distribution Specifically, they have worked with the Coleoptera genus Carabus and have verified that the glaciations caused the mixture of species of different lineages and a distribution based on responses to climate in the north and geographical features in the south.