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Pharaoh Tutankhamun’s Burial Chamber Could Contain Door to Nefertiti’s Tomb

According to a reputable British Egyptologist, the finding of concealed hieroglyphics in Tutankhamun's tomb supports the hypothesis that the legendary Egyptian queen Nefertiti is buried nearby in a secret chamber. Although the notion remained unverified following inconclusive radar scans, Nicholas...

Alexander the Great Campaigns Influenced Egyptian, World Cuisine

Alexander the Great had an enormous influence on the ancient world as a result of the Greek conqueror's military campaigns, including Egypt.

Ancient Greeks Left Their Mark in Egypt in 591 BC – in Graffiti

The urge to leave your mark for posterity is nothing new, as ancient Greek graffiti carved into an Egyptian Temple clearly shows.