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Italy - Federico II University in Naples: - The Mount Vesuvius volcano, in the first century AD, in the year 79 AD, was the fiercest and strongest in Earth's history since birth, and its temperature was sufficient to convert some of the brains of its victims into glass.
North Africa:- The Amazighs celebrate these days by entering the year 2970, and the date for celebrating this holiday varies between the Amazighs between the twelfth and thirteenth of January, and the date varies between Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco.
On the anniversary of the birth of a century and a century
Egypt/ 101 years have passed since the birth of the late Egyptian President, Mohamed Anwar El-Sadat, who was born in the village of Mit Abu El-Kom in Menoufia Governorate on December 25, 1918.
During an exhibition at the famous amphitheater in Saqqara, south of Cairo, the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities announced details of a new archaeological discovery.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:-- A book entitled "The March of Death: A Memoir of a Survivor", the story of Serpohi Hovagyan, is a living testimony to the massacres of the Ottomans against the Armenians.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:-- The Assassif cache, which was recently discovered in the Assassif area of the western mainland in Luxor, is a new enrichment of the exhibits of the Great Egyptian Museum.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- The Supreme Council of Antiquities in Egypt revealed the fact that Tutankhamun was killed, and that the fracture on the back of the skull was the result of an opening made after his death to place the embalming material on it, according to the radiation carried out on the skull.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates:- If it was England that exported Jews to the land of Palestine in the 1940s, it was also the first to expel them from its territory three centuries earlier, and thus be the first of Europe to do so, even before Spain.