It’s almost a century since the largest volcanic eruption in historic time. Tambora, in Indonesia, created so much pollution that it caused temporary global cooling – the so-called ‘year without a summer.’
The Goddess “Eostre,” pagan symbols, and the Christian holiday are at odds with one another; is Easter a melding of pagan and Christian celebrations?
The First Georgians: Art and Monarchy, at The Queen’s Gallery, Buckingham Palace, looks at tastes and styles of George I and George II, the new dynasty from the House of Hanover.
Experts chart the story of how Vesuvius destroyed Herculaneum in its archaeological remains, showing how they differ from nearby Pompeii.
Would you trade luxury and your Sunday roast dinners to spare the suffering of other species? Many thinkers have challenged Peter Singer’s moral philosophy.