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  1. The Power of Fire

    The Power of Fire

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    Learn the science and mythology behind fire, from chemical reaction to act of magic. Learn More
  2. WHAT'S UP WITH ECLIPSES?

    WHAT'S UP WITH ECLIPSES?

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    DIG January 2017. Since the dawn of civilization, people have marveled at eclipses and wondered how to predict them and what they meant. Learn about how early astronomers documented eclipses in Babylon, ancient Greece, the Mayan Empire, Revolutionary America, Learn More
  3. A Journey Along India's Ganges River

    A Journey Along India's Ganges River

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    DIG February 2017. According to legend, the Ganges river began in heaven and flowed to earth, the embodiment of Hindu goddess Ma Ganga. Learn More
  4. Isabel I of Castile

    Isabel I of Castile

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    DIG March 2017. Did you know that Queen Isabel declared herself queen of her own kingdom, chose her own husband, united Spain, and established it as a global power? Learn More
  5. BRAZIL: A Land Claimed By A Treaty

    BRAZIL: A Land Claimed By A Treaty

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    This month's issue of DIG explores a country whose history is as complicated, colorful, and dangerous as the Amazon rainforest itself Learn More
  6. Parallel Lives

    Parallel Lives

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    DIG May/June 2017. A fiery orator who opposed a tyrannical king and demanded liberty or death… wait, are we talking about Demosthenes or Cicero or Patrick Henry? Learn More
  7. SUPER STATUES

    SUPER STATUES

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    March of the Terra-Cotta Soldiers - an amazing army of artifacts created in China more than 2,000 years ago is one of the world's archaeological wonders. The chilling tale of a hunter who died in a frozen grave more than 5,000 eyars ago (Austrian / Italian Alps). Ancient pottery and what it teaches about past cultures (Minoan and others). Learn More
  8. Giza Pyramids

    Giza Pyramids

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    What was Khufu thinking? What about his sons? We know some answers but there are still many unanswered questions about the pyramids that majestically rise on the plateau at Giza. Join us as we follow robots up and down shafts, check out mysterious markings, meet a dwarf and his family (well, not actually, but quite true-to-reality statues) and even join an archaeologist on his first dig at the site. Learn More
  9. Satellite Imagery

    Satellite Imagery

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    You've been asking about satellite imagery, how it works, what do they see, and how can they tell they actually see what they say they do! Well, here's an entire issue devoted to just answering questions such as these and more. NASA will be onboard for this one, as well as the pioneer in The Wings Over Armenia program. We'll find out the pros and cons of "seeing" sites from satellites, and check out the view from hot-air balloons and other lower-flying craft. And, we'll be doing this around the world-at Angkor Wat in Cambodia, in Armenia, in Tanis in Egypt, and in the Middle East. Learn More
  10. Dogs

    Dogs

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    Humans' best friend is just waiting for you to read this issue. It's packed with tales of excavated ancestors and even modern customs. You're sure to find the catacombs of Anubis-yes, a cemetery just for dogs-fascinating. And, we'll check out what they are saying about dogs evolving from wolves and an experiment that sought to prove just how an animal can be tamed through breeding. We'll catch a plane for Australia for the real story on the dingo there! And, on our world-wind trip, we'll stop in Rome for a quick stop at the entrance to the Underworld. Three-headed Cerberus is said to be the guard there! And, that's not all-but we won't spoil the suspense. Until then-Woof! Woof! and Arf! Arf! Learn More

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