The Egyptian Goddess Mafdet was a powerful being who protected the pharaohs of Egypt and king of the gods, Rē. As time passed, Mafdet was
Pre-Classical History (to 600 BCE)
Winner of the Fall 2017 StMU History Media Award for Best Article in the Category of “Gender Studies” Best Overall Research For most of modern memory,
Traditional wayfinders of Polynesia, Micronesia, and Melanesia relied solely on natural elements such as celestial bodies, the winds, swells, the climate, and birds to navigate
Sati, also known as “Suttee,” was a tradition that was practiced in ancient India from the early centuries BCE to the mid-1990’s. In this tradition, widows were burned at
Cowrie shells are the shells of small marine snails that are widely distributed in warm seas. Their texture is very smooth due to their glossy
The saying, “Like father, like son” is many times referred to as a son who follows his father’s footsteps and who shares similar beliefs and values.
Early humans before the neolithic era lived in small nomadic communities. Certain prehistoric communities started to make their own innovations regarding tools. They were able