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King Solomon's Mines (1885) is a popular novel by the Victorian...

wikipedia - 14 Sep 2016
King Solomon's Mines (1885) is a popular novel by the Victorian adventure writer and fabulist Sir H. Rider Haggard. It tells of a search of an unexplored region of Africa by a group of adventurers led by Allan Quatermain for the missing brother of one of the party. It is the first English adventure novel set in Africa, and is considered to be the genesis of the Lost World literary genre.
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Watch 'Tomb Raider,' Then Watch These Movies

Film School Rejects - 17 Mar 2018
One is the 1937 King Solomon's Mines, which is the first adaptation of the iconic Allan Quartermain adventure novel. That one changes the plot a bit to involve a female lead who winds up having to find her father (rather than a brother, as in the novel ...
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The most romantic novel you've never read

The Fayetteville Observer - 18 Feb 2018
It's easy to forget that “romance” can refer to more than courtship and sweet nothings. Up until the 20th century, and sometimes still, fiction was regularly divided into two categories: Novels were realistic accounts of contemporary life and manner ...
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The virtue of laziness

The Coastal Journal - 07 Mar 2018
Swashbuckler type, from the '40s on, deep sexy voice, great thighs, star of “King Solomon's Mines” and other films? His second wife was Jean Simmons. No, not that gross member of KISS dude with the two-foot-long grotesque tongue. He is Gene and she was ...
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Hatari!: The Great African safari

The Navhind Times - 16 Mar 2018
Filmed lavishly on exotic locations in northern Tanganyika – present day Tanzania – 'Hatari!' followed a slew of safari films like 'King Solomon's Mines' (1950), 'The African Queen' (1951), 'The Snows of Kilimanjaro' (1952) and 'Mogambo' (1953). It is ...
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Found: Fresh Clues to Mystery of King Solomon's Mines

National Geographic - 03 Apr 2017
3,000-Year-Old Donkey Dung: A Clue to King Solomon's Mines? By Michelle Z. Donahue. PUBLISHED April 2, 2017. Manure preserved for millennia by the arid climate of Israel's Timna Valley is adding fresh fuel to a long-simmering debate about the biblical ...
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Judgement of Solomon - 21 Feb 2018
Solomon was just a young lad when he assumed the throne. In fact, he was a mere twelve years of age.1 In those days, prior to the construction of the Temple, the altar that was built by Moses was situated in Gibeon. Soon after he became king, Solomon ...
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Pregnant Woman's Remains Unearthed in King Solomon's Mines

Breaking Israel News - 02 Nov 2017
According to archaeologists, the woman was in the first trimester of her pregnancy when she died and was buried near an ancient Egyptian temple, close to what archaeologists later named “King Solomon's Mines,” where it is believed that the site was ...
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The 15 all-time biggest movie snubs in Oscar history

Yahoo News - 23 Feb 2018
Starring Joseph Cotten and Orson Welles, Carol Reed's film noir (based on Graham Greene's novel) is widely regarded as one of cinema's crowning 20th-century achievements — although not by the academy, which instead preferred the Deborah Kerr-headlined ...
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King Solomon's Mines

The London Economic - 25 Jul 2017
One interesting result of this research is the true location of King Solomon's 'gold mines' at Ophir. If the United Monarchy was Egyptian, then these famous but elusive mines must have belonged to the Tanis pharaohs. So where were the gold mines of the ...

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