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18th century cannon in NYC found to be loaded with ammo

New York - A shocking discovery was made in New York City this week as workers came to clean an 18th century cannon that is kept at Central Park. When the Parks Workers began to clean the relic, a cannon ball and gunpowder were found inside.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 9 comments

Photo essay: Mount Vernon Fair recreates 18th century marketplace Special

Mount Vernon - Over the weekend the annual Colonial Market & Fair was held at the Mount Vernon estate in Northern Virginia. Mount Vernon is the home of U.S. first president George Washington.
Digital Journal Report by Leigh Goessl - 3 comments

Previously unknown Mozart piece found in 18th century music book

A previously unknown work of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart has been uncovered in the state of Tyrol in Austria. The Mozart Foundation in Salzburg reported the music was discovered in the western Austrian state tucked inside a late 1700s music music book.
In the Media by Leigh Goessl - 9 comments

Dildos, 200 plus-years-old, sold at auction

A pair of eighteenth century dildos and their leather-covered carrying case, an extremely rare item, were sold at auction last week for more than $5,300 US.
In the Media by Bob Gordon - 2 comments

18th Century Manuscript Reported Stolen From UCLA Library

Authorities in Los Angeles are investigating the theft of a rare 18th century manuscript about Rome's politically powerful Orsini family.
In the Media by bluecharlie - 1 comment

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Until now: Revisiting the 18th century mariners to discover the most journeyed

Most Australians would probably acknowledge James Cook as the greatest mariner in the 18th century, its brightest star....
Dec 19, 2012 by Robert G Cope - 24 comments


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