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FangLaHeyHey Espesyal : Tinolang MayaMaya! by aliwan avenue on Mar 25, 2013Komo kwaresma medyo iwas raw sa laman as in baboy , baka among other flesh (flesh???). Sa aking kaharian, talagang bihira nang masayaran ng laman ang aking mamahaling cookware dahil syempre nagkakaedad na kami ng LolaJoji ko. Feeling healthy cooking...



8 Uses Of Medieval Technology In The Modern World by Computer Technology Blog on Mar 3, 2013Follow @ryderskull88 Despite living in a technologically advanced and increasingly digitally integrated world, it's surprising just how many technologies that we still use today have been... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my websit...



Going Solo for Archaeology Travel by Solitary Wanderer on Jan 3, 2013In this guest post, archaeologist Thomas Dowson tells why he likes traveling solo on his trips to archaeological sites all over the world.The post Going Solo for Archaeology Travel appeared first on Solitary Wanderer.



Going Solo for Archaeology Travel by Solitary Wanderer on Jan 3, 2013In this guest post, archaeologist Thomas Dawson tells why he likes traveling solo on his trips to archaeological sites all over the world. The post Going Solo for Archaeology Travel appeared first on... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my we...



Internet Archaeologists Find Ruins Of... by laugh with moi on Dec 7, 2012Internet Archaeologists Find Ruins Of ‘Friendster’ Civilization inspiration of the Tumblr Nation exploration of Cole “peasant” Sprouse...



Wonders of the World: Angkor Wat (with gallery) by dragonanswers on Sep 24, 2012Deep in the Cambodian jungle is one of the Wonders of the World. The ancient temple complex of Angkor is the largest religious structure in the World as has had a turbulent history as the major religions of Asia wrestled for power and influence, it h...



Unique tombs found in Mulanay, new treasure hunt in Marinduque by marinduquegov on Sep 19, 2012Feb. 26, 2011 photo released by the Philippine National Museum. Filipino archeologists gather items around a limestone coffin at Mount Kamhantik, near Mulanay town in Quezon province, eastern Philippines. Archeologists have unearthed remnants of what...



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Of pirates, buried treasure stories and some more by marinduquegov on Jun 30, 2012I’ve said before in related posts that most people who grew up here in Marinduque have heard of stories of gusi filled with gold being unearthed by poor, industrious people who must have done a lot of good in their lives to be worthy of being led b...