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A Celtic Symbol Called the Triskele

The triskele is an interesting and often seen Celtic symbol. It is one of the better known and more used symbols throughout the Celtic areas and can be found on such things as tattoos, shields, ..
(August 17, 2008)
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Bocce A Sport the Elderly Can Play

Bocce can be one of the most exciting, easy and relaxing sports an older person can do. The rules are very basic and once you learn them you will be able to start right away (after you buy a Bocce ..
(June 18, 2008)
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Celtic Symbol Meaning Celtic Shield Knot

Celtic shield knots can be identified as any of the Celtic knots with for distinct corner areas. They usually resemble a square but sometimes they are a square shaped emblem within a circle. As in ..
(June 26, 2008)
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Producing Rose Oil How Roses Are Turned Into Oil For Perfume

One of the most popular scents for perfume is the scent of real roses. Traditionally it is believed that Arab chemists were the first to find a way to produce useable perfume oils from roses. Rose ..
(July 27, 2008)
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King John of England - Short History and Accomplishments

John of England was born Christmas Eve 1167 and died October 19, 1216. He became King of England in 1199 and had a very interesting history. His succession to the throne came after his brother King ..
(June 26, 2008)
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Medieval Swords - A Brief European History

The medieval sword owes its development to the Roman Spatha which was a long sword, not meant to be affective against armor (since there was little armor then). Medieval swords developed in ..
(June 28, 2008)
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The Idea of Karma, the Cycle of Life

Karma is believed by millions of people throughout the world. Many Christian cultures have incorporated a notion of karma. For many, karma is a more reasonable idea than eternal damnation for the ..
(May 01, 2008)
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Pennsylvania Irish History - The Early Years

In the early years of Pennsylvania, the Penn family invited settlers of all kinds to colonize the state. To this call, responded many Irish, mostly from the northern Irish provinces. The massive ..
(January 21, 2008)
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