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Amazons - Women Warriors - Amazons - Ancient/Classical History
Legends about the amazons, the ancient women warriors, what we know about amazons from mythology, linguistics, archaeology, Strabo, and Herodotus.
Legends of the Amazons and the Legendary Heroes
About the mythological heroes who fought and conquered the Amazons.
Who Were the Amazons? Did They Really Exist?
Did the Amazons actually exist? Were the Amazons man-haters? women warriors who each cut off a breast to be better archers? Dr. Jeannine Davis- Kimball ...
Orange-Winged Amazon Parrot - Species Profile
Orange-Winged Amazons make sweet and affectionate pets and bond closely to their owners. They have excellent speech abilities and a comical attitude that ...
Lilac Crowned Amazon Parrots as Pets - Pet Birds - About.com
Beautiful and interesting, Lilac Crowned Amazon Parrots can be good pets for attentive owners. Read on to learn all about Lilac Crowned Amazons, and exactly ...
Red Lored Amazon Parrots as Pets - Species Profile - Pet Birds
If so, check out this Red Lored Amazon species profile before you bring one home! Full of information on feeding, housing, and caring for Red Lored Amazons, ...
Yellow-Naped Amazon Parrots as Pets - Species Profile - Pet Birds
If you're thinking of getting a Yellow Naped Amazon parrot, then do your research before bringing one home! Yellow Naped Amazons make wonderful pets, but ...
Green Cheeked Amazon or Mexican Redhead Parrots as Pets
Playful and sweet, handfed Green Cheeked Amazon Parrots are good family pets that enjoy interacting with their human "flock". They have a streak of curiosity ...
Blue Fronted Amazon Parrots as Pets - Species Profile - Pet Birds
Blue Fronted Amazon Parrot can make great pets. To learn all about Blue Fronted Amazons and how to care for them as pets, check out this species profile with ...
Double Yellow Headed Amazon Parrots Profile - Pet Birds - About.com
Double Yellow-Headed Amazons are quite large, measuring about 16 inches in length from the beak to the tip of the tail feathers. Average Lifespan: 60+ years.