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Chimeras are mysterious, half-human, half-beast mythological entities whose presence is littered in the history and popular lore of several civilizations. The ancient Greek mythology portrayed chimeras as frightful creatures, which were in fact a combination of several animals. They sported the head of a lion, body of a goat and the posterior of a serpent .The Centaurs, perhaps the most widely mentioned chimera was the fusion of a horse and a man, was thought to be followers of Dionysius, the eccentric Greek God of fertility and wine.
What will you remember about 2011? Will it be the dates of 1/1/11, 1/11/11, 11/1/11, or 11/11/11? Perhaps will you remember 2011 as the Year of the Rabbit in the Chinese calendar or maybe you’ll remember a special occasion or experience you had in 2011. Whatever you recall, hopefully it will be anything but the following outrageous stories.
Created by David Shore, the made for TV drama House is characterized by following the anti-social Dr. Gregory House (played by Hugh Laurie) and his team of diagnostician Dr's as they diagnose patient illnesses which are often obscure and un-resolvable by standard medical care.
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Before the reality shows took over, nighttime soap operas used to be what drew most people to the television set each night. One of the most notable and most memorable nighttime soap operas of them all was Dallas, starring Larry Hagman as J.R. Ewing. The popular television series ran...
With the increasing popularity of DNA testing I decided to satisfy my curiosity and jump on the DNA bandwagon. The results were both interesting and surprising.
This article examines the legendary origins of the rich Lydian "white gold" (electrum), which King Croesus the Rich later melted down and minted into one of the West's first pure gold and silver system coinage systems. According to legend, the Lydian gold was the legacy of King Midas, who washed away the cursed golden enchantment at the headwaters of the Pactolus River. The rich kingdom of Lydia was conquered by foes, but the legacy of its coinage spread throughout Greece and Asia Minor, and became a central pillar in the development of most Western monetary systems in later eras.
"Love Never Dies" is the sequel to the one of the greatest hits to have ever graced Broadway, "The Phantom of the Opera". Andrew himself is back to breath life into his most famous creation, but has he created an Angel of Music or a Angel of Hell?
Folk hero, legend, killer of 21 men before he reached the age of 21? Or, in reality, an adenoidal moron, a lucky bastard whose luck finally ran out? The complete picture of the man/boy known more infamously today as Billy The Kid will likely never be clearly drawn.
Ruth Ellis, the last woman executed in Britain before it abolished capital punishment, was a bleached-blonde party-girl. Her crime, shooting her lowlife boyfriend to death was, was not very interesting or unique. The only reason Ruth Ellis' execution is remembered today is simply this: she was pretty. And pretty people make for better copy.