These 4,000-Year-Old Recipes Sound Surprisingly Tasty
Although a food historian attempted to recreate one recipe for a meeting in 1988, the others hadn't been tasted by anyone in more than 4,000 years.
Bangladesh to Replace ‘Virgin’ With ‘Unmarried’ Before Bride’s Name in Muslim Marriage Certificate
Activists see the verdict as a ‘landmark’ win over a provision that violates the right to privacy and is discriminatory against women who want to get married.
Centuries-Old Sea Captain Diaries Are Confirming Modern Climate Science
Whalers voyaged to locations far beyond established sea lanes, which means their logbooks are filled with rare and valuable weather observations.
The First Lesbian Porn and 10 Other Revealing Artifacts from Lesbian History
The Lesbian Herstory Archives also include a Japanese "dyketionary" and a diary documenting what it was like to be queer in 1950's small-town Ohio.