Author documents ancient graffiti of North Korea

The elites of premodern Korea carved their names into rocks in the sacred mountains of KÅ­mgangsan for much the same reason that today's graffiti taggers wield cans of spray paint: reputation and control.

Researchers interpret Cherokee inscriptions in Alabama cave

For the first time, a team of scholars and archaeologists has recorded and interpreted Cherokee inscriptions in Manitou Cave, Alabama. These inscriptions reveal evidence of secluded ceremonial activities at a time of crisis ...

Researchers prove Leonardo Da Vinci was ambidextrous

Researchers at the Uffizi Gallery in Florence have proved what was suspected for a long time: that Renaissance genius Leonardo Da Vinci was able to write, draw and paint with both hands.

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