Here is the famous funerary mask found in the tomb with King Tutankhamun -- better known as King Tut -- an Egyptian pharaoh from the 18th dynasty, who ruled from around 1332 to 1323 BCE. (Find out more about Ki... See it!
Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is considered the birthplace of America. The Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution were both debated and signed inside this building. According to ... See it!
The sacred scarab beetle -- a type of dung beetle -- were worshipped by ancient Egyptians. The scarab's image meant the concepts of transformation, renewal and resurrection to this historic culture. ... See it!
These ancient Egyptian symbols -- the crook and flail -- became the symbols of a pharaoh's authority. The shepherd's crook (heka) meant "kingship", while the flail (nekhakha) represented the fertility of the la... See it!
The Eye of Horus -- one version of which is seen here -- is an ancient Egyptian symbol of protection, good health and royal power. (Click on the picture to see a larger, printable version.) ... See it!
Here's inventor, writer, scientist and Founding Father of America, Benjamin Franklin -- seen below holding a kite and an American flag. ... See it!
This ornate scroll design pattern -- useful for crafting (including embroidery) or home decor -- was designed in 1903. It first appeared in the The St Louis Republic newspaper, and is here via our sister site, ... See it!
Here are men and women enjoying a Halloween party, as depicted in the St Louis newspaper in 1902. This art comes to us from our sister site, ClickAmericana.com. Halloween party in 1902 ... See it!
Learn a little about the past with this printable coloring page featuring a (now extinct) Wooly Mammoth, a distant ancestor of today's elephant! Regular printable: Low-ink print version: ... See it!