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A tomb of a Pharaoh was found in this place on Egypt in the years of 1922. Today, an archeologist is getting funds together to be able to dig deeper and find another tomb that would be a great success for the University of Warsaw.
The World of Egyptology Dr. Aidan Dodson (University of Bristol, UK) Meet and greet with light refreshments at 5:30 PM, lecture at 6:00 PM
Don't miss these unique events with British Egyptologist Dr. Aidan Dodson!
Chicago has three significant Egyptian collections, including a large number of mummies. Many have been in the city since the late 19th century. But thanks t...
Egyptians have been making pottery for thousands of years. In a small village in the remote area of Faiyum Governate, the tradition continues
British archaeologist John Romer, 72, believes he has discovered the site where three ancient Egyptian priest kings - Herihor, Piankh and Menkheperre - were buried in Luxor, Egypt, almost 3,000 years ago.
Almost unbelievable story
It seems that the sarcophagus may not actually be that of the man named Nefer, though it was found inside his tomb (thus, it could be that of a family member of his).
Czech press report can be seen here: http://egyptologie.ff.cuni.cz/?req=id:227
wow tattoo before 1000 years
De Universiteit Leiden is een internationaal geörienteerde universiteit met een breed palet aan talentgericht onderwijs voor goede en gemotiveerde studenten, dat wordt geïnspireerd door wetenschappelijk onderzoek.
A global economy held together by interdependence — possibly to a fault. A changing climate causing worldwide disaster. And a warlike people seeking to wreak havoc throughout civilization. It sounds…
oh// a nice touch!!
The tomb, built for a scribe named Horemheb, contained the bones of more women than men, begging the question of whether Horemheb and his father or brother Ramesu had multiple wives at the same time.
One of the many things scholars will be talking about at the ARCE Annual Meeting this weekend.
a different side of Egypt, with me on the left side!!
ARCHAEOLOGISTS have unveiled two colossal statues of Pharaoh Amenhotep III in Egypt’s famed temple city of Luxor, adding to an existing pair of world-renowned tourist attractions.
This is a fantastic step forward using modern technology.
once they were all the same..