- Surviving a plane crash; the history of candy
- As humans cultivated sharper cravings, the world leaped to satisfy them: From a French slave, we got cheaper vanilla; from Mesoamericans, we got chocolate, and both were once considered aphrodisiacs. Asia gave the world marshmallow. The peanut, it's ...
- Khor Kharfot: The Mormon Connection to a Muslim Land
- The dig is under the direction of Dr. Richard Hauck and his Archeological Research Institute. Dr.
- Mesoamericans at Teotihuacan kept Ferocious Animals Captive and May Have Fed
- Much has been written about human sacrifice in Mesoamerica, but a new study says the people of Teotihuacan up to 2,000 years ago had a wild animal captivity and sacrifice program that included jaguars, pumas, lynxes, foxes, eagles and rattlesnakes. And ...
- A guide to the must-see artworks in DC
- An enormous Olmec head with down-turned lips and a heavy headpiece sits outside the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History — but it's a reproduction of an original meso-American carving. Smaller, but even more exquisite and genuine, Olmec ...
- Chocolate history: The early days, Mesoamericans, culture and rituals
- Chocolate is… who am I kidding – we all know what chocolate is. It's dark, sweet, delicious pleasure. But chocolate, this seemingly simple food actually has a rich and complex history which stems for some 4,000 years.
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