Template:Did you know
|next DYK update: 00:00, 25 October 2020 (UTC)
Earliest time for |
Current time: 10:03, 24 October 2020 (UTC)Last updated: 10 hours ago (verify · reset · purge)
- ... that the first large bathhouse in York was built at the bottom of Marygate (pictured) in 1836?
- ... that Eli is an opera by Walter Steffens, who based the libretto on a mystery play by Nelly Sachs which dealt with the suffering of Israel?
- ... that journalist Robert Evans had his hand broken by a member of the Proud Boys while covering the George Floyd protests in Portland, Oregon?
- ... that according to Slavic mythology, the creation of the world required the cooperation of a "good god" and an "evil god"?
- ... that If You Could Be Mine was the first novel to win first prize in two different categories in the same year from the Publishing Triangle?
- ... that Pellegrino Strobel worked with Luigi Pigorini to study the Bronze Age Terramare culture in northern Italy?
- ... that the essay "In Praise of Polytheism" dismisses all similarities between Enlightenment philosophy and striptease?
- ... that being introduced to Whiskey enabled one of Samuel Corson's patients to regain his speech after 26 years?