The tomb of the Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamen was discovered in 1922 by British archeologist and egyptologist Howard Carter. It was the biggest discovery in the history of archaeological research in Egypt (and probably anywhere in the world) because of the richness and intact state of the artefacts found.
Qilakitsoq is an old Eskimo settlement in western Greenland, famous for the discovery of mummified bodies of women and children in 1972. The mummies, dating to the 15th century, were preserved by a cold wind blowing steadily through their tomb. They are now in the Greenland National Museum in Nuuk.
Ammassalik is the former municipality in southeastern Greenland which has become a part of a new municipality Sermersooq, together with Ittoqqortoormiit, Ivittuut, Nuuk and Paamiut.
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Louis Hjelmslev (1899-1965) was a Danish linguist, educated in comparative linguistics in Copenhagen, Prague and Paris, the main centres of the discipline at that time. Together with his colleagues he founded The Linguistic Circle of Copenhagen, which was inspired by the Prague Linguistic Circle and heavily influenced by structuralism. Hjelmslev's ideas formed the basis of the Copenhagen School of Linguistics.
Piano version of a German love song, very popular during the World War II and particularly famous in Marlena Dietrich's interpretation.
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