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Blog Post 5 The past three weeks we were very busy working on a number of projects. Salima Ikram came to work on the animal bone deposit in the tomb of Karabasken. Her time at the site, although sh...
“PAPYRUS: The Plant That Changed the World — From Ancient Egypt to Today’s Water Wars,” by John Gaudet. Pegasus Books. 279 pages. $28.95....
It has been a number of years since I last posted this video and wanted to make sure my readers who wished to see it would find it here. Enjoy!
The chapel was initially discovered through illicit digging under a local resident's house!
Imagine if you found an Ancient Egyptian chapel under your house!
by Annie Shanley (Atlanta Science Tavern Contributor) Dogs were popular pets in ancient Egypt and were the objects of genuine affection by kings, nobles, and laborers. While not all ancient animals...
The 3,500-year-old Djoser Pyramid - the world's oldest brick building - is being restored by Welsh specialist engineers using a grout-filled 'sock' they invented
It is one of the greatest archaeological mysteries of all times: the disappearance of a Persian army of 50,000 men in the Egyptian desert around 524 BC. A professor has now unearthed a cover-up affair and solved the riddle.
Our new video series, where we speak with Egyptologists and discuss major issues all around ancient Egypt.
Scientists from the Polish-Egyptian Archaeological and Preservation Mission at the Temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahari are using computed tomography and X-ray to study more than 2.5 thousand years old mummies of the priests of the god Montu - told PAP Zbigniew E. Szafranski, director of the Research Station of the Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw in Cairo.
Museum Pieces - Faience throwstick of Akhenaten http://t.co/DRfpsKNgZv http://t.co/pkaGsjLMNn
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