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4,300-Year-Old Tombs and Gold-leaf Mummy Discovered in Egypt

Archaeologists in Egypt have recently discovered four 4,300-year-old tombs and a mummy wrapped in gold leaf. Gold mummy The mummy is made up of the remains of a man named Hekashepes and was found preserved within a sarcophagus. It is one...

Egypt Reopens Neferhotep Ancient Tomb in Luxor After 20 Years

After two decades of meticulous restoration work, Egypt has reopened the ancient tomb of Neferhotep, the scribe of Amun, in its former condition with the site now open as a new Luxor tourist attraction. Dating back to the reign of...

Gold Jewelry Discovered at Ancient Tomb in Egypt

Gold jewelry was recently discovered in Egypt at the Tell el-Amarna archaeological site, which is part of the Northern Cemetery. The team from the University of Cambridge was astounded when they discovered an ancient tomb containing glittering gold jewelry. Exploring...

Ancient Tomb of Royal Pharaonic Scribe Discovered in Egypt

An intricately adorned tomb was discovered by Czech Egyptologists working in the Abusir area, Egypt. It belongs to the previously unknown figure pf Djehuti-imhat, a prominent royal Pharaonic scribe in ancient Egypt. The Czech archaeological mission, conducted by the Faculty...

Archaeologists Uncover 5,000-Year-Old Wine in Egypt

A new discovery has been made by an archaeological team from Egypt, Germany, and Austria working in Upper Egypt. They found some 5,000-year-old wine inside sealed jars that had never been opened. This discovery was made in Queen Merneith's tomb...

Mystery of How the Pyramids Were Built Solved by Scientists

The mystery of the construction of the pyramids has fascinated researchers for quite some time. People throughout the ages have wondered how these limestone structures were built with such speed and precision New electron microscopy and topographic studies are solving...

Royal Tomb Found in Luxor, Egypt

A royal tomb dating back 3,500 years was discovered by archaeologists in the area of Luxor in Egypt. Hatshepsut was a female pharaoh, and it is possible that she co-ruled ancient Egypt around the time the tomb was built. In...