Holidays 2017

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Author of the Miriam bat Isaac Mystery Series

Author of the Miriam bat Isaac Mystery Series

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June Trop

Lyssa, second from the left, was held to be the spirit of rabies. Here she is depicted wearing a short hunting skirt and is crowned with a dog's head representing the madness of rabies.

The library of scrolls on the Orion

Flax grows wild in the region extending from Northern Africa to India and north to the Caucasus Mountains in Western Europe.

Fanciful image of the lighthouse on Pharos Island

Can a boy and girl make up a set of identical twins?

Fanciful image of the lighthouse on Pharos Island

The Abandoned Village on Pharos Island

Lawrence Alma-Tadema’s 1885 painting “A Reading of Homer”

Abyzou

Every story begins with an idea

Sixteenth Century Depiction of Maria Hebrea

A bloody handprint and spatters were used to solve a murder in Rome.

With a fanciful imagination, you can picture this mandrake root to be shaped like a human being.

Pytheus of Tarsus

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