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  1. Lighthouse of Alexandria (3491 bytes)
    1: ...Pharos of Alexandria''" after the island on which it resided), was considered one of the [[Seven Wonde...
    3: ...the 3rd century BC and remained operational until it was largely destroyed by two [[earthquake]]s in t...
    7: ... Alexandrian mint, there were four statues of [[triton]]s blowing horns, one on every corner of the bu...
    9: Legend has it, the fire from the lighthouse could be used to bu...
    14: [[Italian language|Italian]] (''faro''), [[Portuguese language|Portugue...
  2. List of explorers (24013 bytes)
    1: ...sion]]). For the science fiction book, see [[Expedition (book)]].''
    21: ...tish Empire|British]] naval officer, several expeditions to the [[Canada|Canadian]] [[Arctic]]
    30: ...7]]?), [[Morocco|Moroccan]] [[Berber]] Muslim, visited [[Mecca]] several times, travelled to [[Central...
    35: *[[Vitus Bering]]
    36: *[[Vittorio Bottego]] (1860,1897), Italian explorer of the [[Giuba]] region in north-ea...
  3. Steel (28384 bytes)
    3: ...up to 5.1 percent [[carbon]]; ironically, alloys with higher carbon content than this are known as [[c...
    5: ...steels are iron-based alloys that can be [[plasticity (physics)|plastically]] formed (pounded, rolled,...
    8: ...ke copper and tin, liquid iron dissolves carbon quite readily, so that smelting results in an alloy co...
    11: ...pearance, or the similar but less beautiful [[bainite]].
    13: ...cal composition. As such, it requires extremely little thermal [[activation energy]] to form.
  4. Actinium (7046 bytes)
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    25: | [[Density]], [[Mohs hardness scale|Hardness]]
    56: ...Kelvin|K]] (1050 ?[[Celsius|C]] / 1922 ?[[Fahrenheit|F]])
    67: | [[Vapor pressure]] || unknown [[Pascal|Pa]] at 1323 K
    69: | [[Velocity of sound]]
  5. Conventional Egyptian chronology (10774 bytes)
    7: ...tes or even several whole chronologies as possibilities. Consequently, there may be discrepancies betw...
    9: It should be noted that there is a 60 year discrepan...
    15: ...Predynastic Egypt is from [http://xoomer.virgilio.it/francescoraf/ Late Predynastic and Early Dynastic...
    17: * The dates of Dynasties 11 to 20 are from Kitchen, "The Basics of Egyptian Chronology in Relati...
    18: * The dates of Dynasties 21 to 26 are from Kitchen, ''Third Intermediate Period in Egypt'' (1973...
  6. Iron Age (8996 bytes)
    3: ...ent. The adoption of this new material coincided with other changes in past societies often including ...
    5: ...n Europe and Asia whilst in the rest of the world it was adopted directly after one or other sub-phase...
    7: ... "cheaper" than bronze and contributed greatly to its adoption as the most commonly used metal. The ar...
    10: ... being fashioned from iron recovered from [[meteorite]]s (see [[Iron#History|Iron: History]]). By [[30...
    13: ...xcavation of [[Ugarit]] (see [[Ugarit#History|Ugarit: History]] and [[Steel#History of iron and steelm...
  7. Hittites (17910 bytes)
    1: The '''Hittites''' is the conventional English-language term fo...
    3: ...te polity disintegrated into several independent city-states, some of which survived until around 700 ...
    5: ...om the "[[Hattians]]", an earlier people who inhabited the same region until the beginning of the 2nd ...
    7: ...ered the Anatolian Hittites in the 19th century initially believed the two peoples to be the same, but...
    9: ...r their skill in building and using [[Chariot#Hittite|chariot]]s.
  8. List of mathematicians (37424 bytes)
    1: ...glish language|English]] [[alphabet]]ical [[transliteration]] order (by [[surname]]).
    12: ...[[Ralph Abraham|Ralph H. Abraham]] (USA, [[University of California, Santa Cruz]])
    14: *[[John Couch Adams]] (United Kingdom, [[1819]] - [[1892]])
    16: *[[Maria Gaetana Agnesi]] (Italy, [[1718]] - [[1799]])
    23: *[[Giacomo Albanese]] (Italy, Brazil)
  9. Thomas Aquinas (12692 bytes)
    3: ...rsity of St. Thomas (Minnesota)|St. Thomas University]] in Saint Paul, [[Minnesota]], are named for hi...
    7: ... normal career-path for a younger son of the nobility.
    9: ...liest biographers, the family even brought a prostitute to tempt him, but he drove her away.
    11: ... the most important influence in his development; it made him a comprehensive scholar and won him perm...
    14: ...ter of his order at [[Valenciennes]]. At the solicitation of [[Pope Urban IV]] (therefore not before t...
  10. List of philosophers (79981 bytes)
    6: *[[Firmin Abauzit]], (1679-1767)
    43: *[[Rogers Albritton]]
    112: *[[Titus Pomponius Atticus]], (110-32 BC)
    163: *[[James Beattie (writer)|James Beattie]], (1735-1803){{fn|C}}{{fn|R}}
    239: *[[Richard-Bevan Braithwaite]], (1900-1990){{fn|O}}
  11. Neptunium (9972 bytes)
    1: <!-- Here is a table of data; skip past it to edit the text. -->
    21: <td>[[Density]], [[Mohs hardness scale|Hardness]] </td><td>...
    35: ...5f<sup>4</sup>6[[d-orbital|d]]<sup>1</sup>7[[s-orbital|s]]<sup>2</sup></td></tr>
    46: ... </td><td>910 [[Kelvin|K]] (1179?[[Fahrenheit|F]])</td></tr>
    56: ... </td><td>ND [[Pascal|Pa]] at 1323 K</td></tr>
  12. Tutankhamun (15224 bytes)
    2: ...dash; [[1323 BC]], lived c. [[1341 BC]] &ndash; [[1323 BC]]), during the period known as the [[New Kingd...
    8: ...th around [[1342 BC]]-[[1340 BC]], and would make it less likely that Amenhotep III was his father.
    10: ...rally thought that most if not all the responsibility for them falls on his vizier [[Ay]] and perhaps ...
    16: ...me is [[Transliteration of ancient Egyptian|transliterated]] as twt-&#705;n&#7723;-&#7881;tn.
    18: ...hrone, Tutankamun took a praenomen. This is transliterated as nb-&#7723;prw-r&#705;, and realised as N...
  13. History of science in the Middle Ages (30877 bytes)
    2: ... [[Middle Ages]] - the ''middle'' period in a traditional schematic [[Periodization|division of Europe...
    4: ...nd [[translation|translating]]. Notwithstanding, with the beginning of the [[Renaissance of the 12th c...
    6: With this view the medieval men of science went in se...
    14: ...olic Church|Catholic Church]], being the only institution to survive the process, maintained what was ...
    16: ... on previous ignorance about the period combined with popular [[stereotype]]s.

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