Tag: Egypt

Lucia Marchini 5 days ago
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A fresh approach to a celebrated collection On 18 October 2018, the new Albukhary Foundation…

Lucia Marchini 2 months ago
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Heliopolis had the largest boundary of any Ancient Egyptian temple, but little of this extraordinary…

Lucia Marchini 2 months ago
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According to Ancient Egyptian mythology, the world was created at Heliopolis. This significance was reflected…

Lucia Marchini 6 months ago
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It sounds more like Hollywood than archaeology: thousands of life-size sculpted soldiers, brandishing real weapons…

Lucia Marchini 8 months ago
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What is it? William is the nickname given to this small Egyptian Middle Kingdom statuette…

Lucia Marchini 8 months ago
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How did Romans drive around their cities? While Classical authors had plenty to say about…

Lucia Marchini 10 months ago
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Giza is one of the most celebrated archaeological sites in the world. Although it is…

Nick Bartos 1 year ago
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Apparently, we now live in a ‘post-fact’ world. The new American president denounces the truth…

Nick Bartos 2 years ago
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Crossing the Caucasus, Europe's highest mountain range, is not for the faint-hearted, and nowhere is…

Nick Bartos 2 years ago
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The results of cutting-edge CT imaging on Ramesses III, Hatshepsut, Tutankhamen, and a host of…

Lucia Marchini 2 years ago
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In February 1221, the Mongols unleashed one of the most devastating attacks on the medieval world.…

Lucia Marchini 2 years ago
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Revealing Egypt’s international port From the late 7th century BC, the Nile Delta port of…