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Ancient Egyptian Sundial Found Ancient Egyptian Sundial Found

A sundial discovered outside a tomb in Egypt's Valley of the Kings may be the world's oldest ancient Egyptian sundials, say scientists.
 
Dating to the 19th dynasty, or the 13th century B.C., the sundial was found on the floor of a workman's hut, in the Valley of the Kings, the burial place of rulers from Egypt's New Kingdom period (around 1550 B.C. to 1070 B.C.).

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Ancient Shoes Found In Temple
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Ancient Shoes Found In Temple

Ancient Shoes Found In Temple: Seven shoes were deposited in a jar in an Egyptian temple in Luxor, three pairs and a single one.

Rare wood statue of woman pharaoh found
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Rare wood statue of woman pharaoh found

Rare wood statue of woman pharaoh found: In a dig in Egypt, a University of Toronto archaeologist discovered a wooden statue with an hourglass figure and gentle chin that was likely crafted in Hatshepsut’s image.

New Ancient Egyptian Pharaoh Discovered
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New Ancient Egyptian Pharaoh Discovered

New Ancient Egyptian Pharaoh Discovered: Engraved limestone gate unearthed in Karnak temple complex on Luxor’s east bank bears name of King Ahmose’s previously unknown great-grandfather.

Fascinating Mummies heading to National Museum of Scotland
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Fascinating Mummies heading to National Museum of Scotland

Fascinating Mummies heading to National Museum of Scotland: This unique exhibition will feature treasures, dating back to 4000BC, from the National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden.

Secret Egypt Exhibition At The Herbert Coventry
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Secret Egypt Exhibition At The Herbert Coventry

Secret Egypt: Britain's most family friendly museum will be welcoming a new type of mummy into its family next year when Secret Egypt opens at the Herbert Art Gallery & Museum.

From Egypt’s Sands to Northern Hills
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From Egypt’s Sands to Northern Hills

From Egypt’s Sands to Northern Hills: A new exhibition of Ancient Egyptian artifacts is to go on show at Towneley Hall in Burnley and features exhibits from various collections.

New Discovery Reveals Ancient Osiris Rituals
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New Discovery Reveals Ancient Osiris Rituals

New Discovery Reveals Ancient Osiris Rituals: Animal mummies found in Abydos shine light on religious rituals of ancient Egyptians.

Avenue Of Sphinxes In Luxor Are Reborn
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Avenue Of Sphinxes In Luxor Are Reborn

Avenue Of Sphinxes In Luxor Are Reborn: The Egyptian Minister of State has recently announced that the ancient Avenue of Sphinxes connecting Luxor and Karnak shall be reintroduced to the public in March.

British Museums Egyptian treasures to visit Leeds Museum
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British Museums Egyptian treasures to visit Leeds Museum

British Museum’s Egyptian treasures to visit Leeds Museum: The exhibition entitled Pharaoh: King of Egypt featuring over 130 objects will be on show from Saturday, February 11 until June.

Baboon God Statue Found in Ancient Egyptian Ruins
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Baboon God Statue Found in Ancient Egyptian Ruins

Baboon God Statue Found in Ancient Egyptian Ruins: Archaeologists have discovered fragments of a statue of a pharaoh and an ancient god during a routine excavation at Luxor.

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