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This Week In History News, Jan. 13 – 19
Military Horse Prepped To Rescue Victims Of Pompeii Found In Its Stable
Florida Otter Terrorizes Locals Before Finally Being Shot By Police
Anastasia Romanov: How The Daughter Of Russia’s Last Czar Became One Of History’s Most Elusive Women
It would be nearly a century following her execution that the mystery surrounding Anastasia's body would be finally allowed to rest.
Shaka: The Controversial King Of The Zulus Hailed As The “African Napoleon”
Historians disagree on how cruel Shaka truly was as a ruler, but his military prowess was indisputable.
This Man Tried To Cure His Back Pain By Injecting His Own Semen
"This is the first reported case of semen injection for use as a medical treatment."
DNA Of An Extinct Wolf Found In A Pack Of Wild Dogs In Texas
Conservationists and biologists alike are optimistic that these findings could repopulation what was once thought to be a lost species.
Inside The Terrifying But Necessary Job Of A Medieval Plague Doctor
The uniform featured an all-leather ensemble with a beak-like mask stuffed with burning herbs and a top hat — which signaled that the person was, in fact, a doctor.