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Nefertiti displayed in Milan tourist festival Nefertiti displayed in Milan tourist festival

Queen Nefertiti traveled to Italy yesterday in a Pharaonic cortege on an Egyptian plane, to take part in the Egyptian tourist festival due to be held in Milan on June 18-19 under the auspices of the Egyptian Tourism Promotion Authority and EgyptAir.

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New location for museum of antiquities
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New location for museum of antiquities

Minister of Culture Farouk Hosni stated that the first phase in constructing the Grand Museum of Egypt at Cairo-Alexandria desert road has already started.

Beer and Wine Jars Unearthed in Egypt
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Beer and Wine Jars Unearthed in Egypt

Archaeologists uncovered a 5,000-year-old chamber believed to have been used for the burial rituals of Egypt's first major pharaoh.

Ancient Necropolis found in Egypt
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Ancient Necropolis found in Egypt

Archaeologists say they have found the largest funerary complex yet dating from the earliest era of ancient Egypt, more than 5,000 years ago.

Ancient Egyptian ships discovered
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Ancient Egyptian ships discovered

The first remains of ancient Egyptian seagoing ships ever to be recovered have been found in two caves on Egypt's Red Sea coast, according to a team at Boston University in the US.

Egyptian Lion Mummy Found
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Egyptian Lion Mummy Found

French archaeologists have unearthed the first mummified lion ever found in an Egyptian tomb.

Tutankhamun's face reconstructed.
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Tutankhamun's face reconstructed.

entists have created the first ever bust of the ancient Egyptian King Tutankhamun based on 3-D CT scans of his 3,300-year-old mummy.

Tutankhamun curse caused by tomb toxins?
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Tutankhamun curse caused by tomb toxins?

Lord Carnarvon, a British sponsor of archaeology in Egypt, died shortly after attending the tomb's opening, inspiring speculation that supernatural forces were at work.

Papyrus Reveals New Clues
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Papyrus Reveals New Clues

Classical Greek and Roman literature is being read for the first time in 2,000 years thanks to new technology.

Cairo museum shows off lost treasures
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Cairo museum shows off lost treasures

Exhibit launches fruits of museum's excavation of its own hallways, Zahi Hawass, shows off one of the stunning gold necklaces previously hidden from view at the Egyptian Museum.

Archeology meets Advanced Visualization with SGI Technology
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Archeology meets Advanced Visualization with SGI Technology

In a world first, using SGI's visualization technology, British Museum visitors can see for the very first time what lies beneath the wrappings of a 3,000-year-old mummy, while it remains completely intact.

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