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CWA 94

The pharaohs did not lie in splendid isolation in the Valley of the Kings. While they held a monopoly on the spectacular…

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Heliopolis

Heliopolis had the largest boundary of any Ancient Egyptian temple, but little of this extraordinary religious complex remains visible today. As the…

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CWA 90

According to Ancient Egyptian mythology, the world was created at Heliopolis. This significance was reflected in a temple complex that boasted the…

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CWA 88

It sounds more like Hollywood than archaeology: thousands of life-size sculpted soldiers, brandishing real weapons and faithfully guarding an emperor’s tomb for…

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CWA 87

How did Romans drive around their cities? While Classical authors had plenty to say about the coarse manners of the muleteers using…

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CWA 86

Giza is one of the most celebrated archaeological sites in the world. Although it is revered for its spectacular pyramids, research over…

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CWA 80

Crossing the Caucasus, Europe’s highest mountain range, is not for the faint-hearted, and nowhere is so bleak and so inhospitable as Dariali…