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The Thorsberg Moor, located near Süderbrarup in
Anglia, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, is a peat bog
where the Angles deposited votive offerings for
approximately four centuries. Among the numerous
artifacts discovered at this site are two round
wooden shields dating back to the 3rd century CE.
(the '200s) These shields are significant as they provide
insights into the weaponry and defensive tools used
during this period. Despite their age, the shields have
been remarkably well-preserved, offering valuable
information about the materials and construction
techniques of the time. The Thorsberg Moor is
recognized for its wealth of archaeological finds,
which, in addition to the shields, include clothing,
both Germanic and Roman, objects of both Roman
and Germanic workmanship.

Look like the ones in the Vikinng movies!

Woman's dress.

Man's red tunic.


Difference Between Buffalo and Bison

Explains differences and similaritities: size, aprearance,
habitats, biomes, habits, species...

We wonder why they left out the Gaurs?


by Careen Keelin
Pontiac, born c. 1718, on the Maumee River now in
Ohio, died April 20, 1769, near the Mississippi River
at present day Cahokia, Illinois, was an Ottawa chief
who became a great intertribal leader. In 1763 he
organized a combined resistance, known as Pontiac's
War, to British power in the Great Lakes area.

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The story of the Pazyryk Carpet
The world's oldest rug

Going in Ancient History and Archaeology
and Art


44,000-year-wolf found
Kinda freeze-dried

Includes a video about the discovery of
a frozen baby wolf cub in the Yukon
(with big ol' puppy paws)

Going in Dinos & Paleo



NASA Climate Change

Estimating the Circulation and Climate of the Ocean

The seas are important drivers of Earth’s global climate.
Yet, increasing greenhouse gases from human activities are
altering the ocean before our eyes. From warming to rising
sea levels, learn how the ocean is changing:



Passage Tombs We have a lot of links to sites featuring passage
tombs/passage graves like Newgrange in Ireland and Wayland's
in England. This link from Ireland is a good explanation
of what makes a burial site a passage grave.

Gavrinis is a big passage tomb in Brittany, France.

"Gavrinis (Breton: Gavriniz) is a small island in the
Gulf of Morbihan in Brittany, France. It contains the Gavrinis
tomb, a Neolithic passage tomb built around 4200–4000 BC,
making it one of the world's oldest surviving buildings. Stones
inside the passage and chamber are covered in megalithic art.
It is likened to other Neolithic passage tombs such as
Barnenez in Brittany and Newgrange in Ireland." - Wikipedia

Going in Ancient History and Archaeology
and Art


Hi, kids! I'm Dakota! I am one of the Brittanies here at
Good Sites for Kids! I'm a retired hunter and a mama.
My fur-sister Lily and I are American Brittanies, both
rescues, and both South Dakota natives. When we're not
helping out on the site, we patrol the property,
chase rabbits and squirrels, say hi to the kids at the school
playground and the dogs next door, rack out on our doggie
beds, beg for treats, and hang out with our humans!
National Brittany Rescue (Kodie)
American Brittany Rescue (Lily)


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