The History of Alzheimer’s Disease

This post may contain affiliate links. The Wandering Antiquarian may earn a commission from purchases made through these links. Alzheimer’s disease has long been the primary ailment to cause dementia with its symptoms known for being associated with old age since the age of the ancient Greeks. However, it is not a normal part ofContinue reading “The History of Alzheimer’s Disease”

Health Benefits of Tea

This post may contain affiliate links. The Wandering Antiquarian may earn a commission from purchases made through these links. Most people are either coffee people or tea people. Since I have already written a post all about coffee, and since I am a tea person personally, it only make sense that I finally write aboutContinue reading “Health Benefits of Tea”

History of the Record Player

This post may contain affiliate links. The Wandering Antiquarian may earn a commission from purchases made through these links. Music has been around since the dawn of civilization thanks to the talent of musicians, but for many thousands of years, if there were no musicians around, there would be no music. We take music on-demandContinue reading “History of the Record Player”

How Do Bees Make Honey?

This post may contain affiliate links. The Wandering Antiquarian may earn a commission from purchases made through these links. Everyone knows honey to be that delectable thick, golden liquid made by bees and commonly used as a natural sweetener. Bees buzz around collecting nectar from flowers and then hurry back to their hive, but whatContinue reading “How Do Bees Make Honey?”

How Did Life Begin on Earth?

This post may contain affiliate links. The Wandering Antiquarian may earn a commission from purchases made through these links. Every living thing on earth shares DNA. This means we are all related, our origin rooted somewhere billions of years ago to some primordial bacterium. But how did this bacterium come into being if there wasContinue reading “How Did Life Begin on Earth?”

Neanderthal Brain Vs. Human Brain

This post may contain affiliate links. The Wandering Antiquarian may earn a commission from purchases made through these links. Humans are one of the most successful species on the planet. Humans began as hunters and gatherers but since have created agriculture, civilization, culture, language, architecture, writing systems, social norms, governments, religion, organized militaries. Further still,Continue reading “Neanderthal Brain Vs. Human Brain”

Twitter University: Can You Get an Education From Social Media?

This post may contain affiliate links. The Wandering Antiquarian may earn a commission from purchases made through these links. Have you ever wondered if it was possible to obtain a significant education from the social media platform, Twitter? Twitter is often seen as just a way for people to meet new people, keep in touchContinue reading “Twitter University: Can You Get an Education From Social Media?”

The Death of a Language: How To Preserve Endangered Languages

This post may contain affiliate links. The Wandering Antiquarian may earn a commission from purchases made through these links. Language is one of the most essential aspects of human life, allowing people to communicate with others and express their emotions, beliefs, values, and how they see the world as well as allowing people to teachContinue reading “The Death of a Language: How To Preserve Endangered Languages”

Two Worlds Collide: Technology and Ancient History in Museums

This post may contain affiliate links. The Wandering Antiquarian may earn a commission from purchases made through these links. Recently, more and more museums have been utilizing digital aspects to improve the public viewing of artifacts and other wares. These digital aspects can include the creation of replicas via 3-D printing, and uploading detailed modelsContinue reading “Two Worlds Collide: Technology and Ancient History in Museums”

The Anthropological Question: To Research Online or Offline?

This post may contain affiliate links. The Wandering Antiquarian may earn a commission from purchases made through these links. Does online or offline research provide a more accurate answer to an anthropological question? The answer to this question can vary drastically depending on the kind of anthropological question one is asking. The main component usedContinue reading “The Anthropological Question: To Research Online or Offline?”

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