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The 1955 letter to Rayner Unwin will be auctioned on March 11.
Gallery claims it was ‘fraudulently induced’ by New York based art dealership to buy allegedly stolen 11th century sculpture.
Museum of London Archaeology wants to record items washed up in thousands of sites around the UK.
War-weariness among the public and wariness among politicians mean next year could be the first since at least 1914 that British soldiers, sailors and air crews are not engaged in fighting.
Wendy Doniger's "The Hindus: An Alternate History," was met with outrage upon publication in India.
The genetic atlas of human mixing events was published on Thursday in the journal Science.
Under the draft bill, Spain is offering citizenship to any person — whether Jewish or not — whose Sephardic origins can be certified.
Keynes was a pioneer in personal finance, too.
The Shelby Cobra revolutionized the racing world upon making its 1964 debut.
Just in time for the new movie, the Center for Jewish History has released a Flickr collection dedicated to the Monuments, Fine Arts and Archives section.
Research will be done to find out more about the life of a west African slave who became a successful entrepreneur in England.
An argument about what to call the sea between South Korea and Japan has spread to the United States.
Dickens stipulated there was to be no statue of him in his native land, but Portsmouth unveiled a bronze statue for the author's 202nd birthday. Should they have?
Life, death, and Sputnik.
Details of the extraordinary markings have been published in the science journal Plos One.