he Records of the Past Exploration Society was set up in 1900 by Reverend Henry Mason Baum in Washington, D.C. Membership was made up of academics with degrees, church leaders and professionals, especially those with an interest in archaeology. Baum was particularly interested in biblical archaeology, but was also experienced in American antiquities. The society
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A probably fictional 17th-century female pirate.
Student who died as the result of a head injury received in the Red Lion Square disorders in London in 1974.
A female pirate who operated in the Caribbean during the 18th century.
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A battle reportedly fought between the Celtic Britons and invading Anglo-Saxons, possibly in 516.
An English pirate who operated around the West Indies and the eastern coast of America during the early 18th century.
Five members of parliament whom King Charles tried to have arrested in the House of Commons on 4 January 1642.
An attempt in 1558 to foretell the duration of the the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.