The first known examples of the hairstyle date back to ancient Egypt, where dreadlocks appeared on Egyptian artifacts. Mummified remains of ancient Egyptians with dreadlocks have even been recovered from archaeological sites. What cultures wore dreadlocks? Vikings, Aztecs, and Germanic tribes were also known to wear dreadlocks. How did CeltsRead More →

What are multiple millenniums called? The plural of millennium may be rendered as millennia or as millenniums. Millennium is a Modern Latin word, derived from the Latin word mille which means thousand and the Latin word annus, which means year. As a Latin word, the plural of millennium is renderedRead More →

The Red Army are the overall main antagonist organization of the 2003 animated series Eddsworld, being a group of soldiers who attempted to rule the world (possibly) and serve the Red Leader (possibly Tord). Did Tord lose his arm? In Advanced Education, Tord’s appearance has changed a bit since hisRead More →

Siddur, (Hebrew: “order”) plural siddurim, or siddurs, Jewish prayer book, which contains the entire Jewish liturgy used on the ordinary sabbath and on weekdays for domestic as well as synagogue ritual. Who wrote the machzor? Named for one of its owners, the Luzzatto machzor was written and illuminated in southernRead More →

Every episode of “Sesame Street” was an hour long until 2015. After getting positive station and viewer feedback, the show’s producers decided to change the format to 30 minutes focusing on a single topic as this would keep kids engaged through the entire episode. Also, shorter episodes are cheaper toRead More →

Moon Butterfly, also known as Moon the Undaunted, is the 36th Queen of the Kingdom of Mewni, ruling alongside her husband River Butterfly, and the mother of Star Butterfly. She was the previous wielder of the Royal Magic Wand before passing it down to her daughter on her fourteenth birthday.Read More →

The centaurs were believed to live in the forests of Thessaly, beyond the laws of man. These mythical creatures may actually have had a basis in reality as there was a tradition in Thessaly of hunting bulls on horseback and the very word centaur may have originally meant ‘bull-killer’. WhatRead More →

Akbar and Jahangir are two Mughal emperors that ruled over the northern and central parts of India with distinction. In fact Jahangir was the son of Akbar. The full name of Jahangir was Nur-ud-din Salim Jahangir whereas the full name of Akbar was Jalaluddin Muhammad Akbar. Who killed Emperor Jahangir?Read More →

Hush puppies are made up of corn meal batter that has garlic powder, onion powder and a hint of paprika for some added spice. The cornmeal batter has flour, cornmeal, a little sugar and buttermilk as a sweetener and aiding in smoothing the batter. Mixed these all together and yourRead More →