A journal of a young Edward VII has been published online in conjunction with a photography exhibition documenting the monarch’s travel abroad when he was the Prince of Wales
Researchers say the English King was not a bloodthirsty villain. He was just a bit insecure.
The disaster is one of the most famous in history, but scientists have been divided for decades as to what actually caused it.
90 years of TIME history, encapsulated in an eye-opening two-minute video. Enjoy!
Where has the time gone? It was back in March of 1923, that the first issue of TIME hit newsstands. As we prepare to celebrate our 90th birthday, a look back at world history as told through 90 memorable cover stories.
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A noted French pathologist has attempted to reconstruct the face of one of France’s most revered monarchs from an embalmed skull discovered two years ago in an attic.
Climate change – and drier weather – may have help killed off the Sumerian language and may have amplified Mesopotamia’s eventual decline.
A Polish millionaire says his workers accidentally destroyed the 18th century chateau he was renovating, but villagers in the vineyard town of Yvrac smell a rat.
Thanks to a treasure trove of conmen specializing in irreplaceable and historical paraphernalia, thousands of artifacts have slowly gone missing over the years including original patents, documents signed by Voltaire and …
An new poll indicates nearly a quarter of all French people bathe every other day–or even once per week. Though the minority, those grubby few may suffice to reinforce Anglo-American stereotypes of an ill-scrubbed France.
It’s one of those rare times that — just maybe — it’s possible to turn $5 into $300,000.