Ancient Logbook Documenting Great Pyramid’s Construction Unveiled

Ancient Logbook Documenting Great Pyramid’s Construction Unveiled

Here, one of the papyri in the ancient logbook, which documented the construction of the Great Pyramid of Giza. A logbook that contains records detailing the construction of the Great Pyramid of Giza...

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Mystery of the Mummy from KV55: Dr. Zahi Hawass

Mystery of the Mummy from KV55: Dr. Zahi Hawass

Akhenaten, Egypt’s first and only monotheistic Pharaoh, has intrigued Egyptologists for centuries. Has the Egyptian Mummy Project finally found his mummy? The Valley of the Kings, on the west bank of the Nile...

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The Secret Sphinx Tunnels!?

There have been rumours of passageways and secret chambers surrounding the Sphinx and during recent restoration work several small tunnels have been re-discovered. One, near the rear of the statue extends down into it for about nine yards. Another, behind the head, is a short dead-end shaft. The third, located mid-way between the tail and […]

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Discovery in Matariya Egypt

ROME – The Egyptian-German Archaeological Mission to Matariya (Ministry of Antiquities of the Arab Republic of Egypt, Egyptian Museum University of Leipzig, University of Applied Sciences Mainz) has discovered new evidence for a sanctuary of Nectanebo I (380-363 BC) in the temple precinct of Heliopolis, according to Dr. Mahmoud Afify, head of the ancient Egyptian […]

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Is Egypt Blocking The Discovery Of Nefertiti’s Tomb?

A well known Egyptologist named Nicholas Reeves may have found Nefertiti’s resting place in two hidden chambers in King Tut’s tomb.  His preliminary radar scans of the monument have found “two open spaces, with signs of metal and organic matter” behind the tombs western and northern walls. His theory is that undiscovered chambers lie behind the […]

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Archaeologists Find Sunken Egyptian City

Archaeologists Find Sunken Egyptian City

In an article written by ABC News back in June of 2001, they make mention of an ancient Egyptian city that was discovered 6.5 km off of modern Egypt’s coastline...

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What lies beneath?

What lies beneath?

A tantalising clue to the location of a long-sought pharaonic tomb NOTHING has inspired generations of archaeologists like the discovery in 1922 of the treasure-packed tomb of Tutankhamun...

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Tut’s gem hints at space impact?

Tut’s gem hints at space impact?

In 1996 in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, Italian mineralogist Vincenzo de Michele spotted an unusual yellow-green gem in the middle of one of Tutankhamun’s necklaces...

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