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Another Tomb in the Valley of the Kings? Another Tomb in the Valley of the Kings?

Just months after archaeologists gleefully clamored over the first tomb to be found in Egypt's Valley of the Kings since 1922, there may be another. Located just meters from the last tomb - KV-63 excavated earlier this year - Nicholas Reeves of the Amarna Royal Tombs Project, working under the Valley of the Kings Foundation, claims the group has detected what he believes will turn out to be another tomb, and possibly a royal one at that.

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Ramses making trip back to Great Pyramids
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Ramses making trip back to Great Pyramids

A giant statute of Pharaoh Ramses II will be moved next month from a congested Cairo square to a more serene home near the Great Pyramids.

Egypt Tomb Reveals Ancient Woven Flowers
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Egypt Tomb Reveals Ancient Woven Flowers

Archaeologists hoped the first tomb discovered in the Valley of the Kings in 80 years would hold the mummy of King Tut's mother.

Researchers to examine last sarcophagus
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Researchers to examine last sarcophagus

Researchers from the University of Memphis are unsure what they'll find when they examine the last of seven ancient coffins found in Egypt's Valley of the Kings.

Egypt restores ancient tableau from Germany
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Egypt restores ancient tableau from Germany

Egypt will restore next month an ancient tableau dating back to the 19th Dynasty from Germany's Tuebingen Institute for Egyptology.

The Egyptian princess who was king
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The Egyptian princess who was king

Pieced together from dozens of works of art and hieroglyphic texts carved between 1479 and 1458 B.C., the story of Hatshepsut, the princess who was crowned as a king, reads like a Shakespearean plot.

Egyptian archaeologists discover ancient Greek carvings
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Egyptian archaeologists discover ancient Greek carvings

Egyptian archaeologists have discovered carvings with Greek inscriptions dating back to the era of the second century Roman Emperor Marcus Aurelius.

Scarcophagi found near Giza pyramids
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Scarcophagi found near Giza pyramids

The head of Egypt's Supreme Council for Antiquities says Egyptian archaeologists have found two ancient sarcophagi close to the pyramids.

Milwaukee Mummies scanned to determine how they died
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Milwaukee Mummies scanned to determine how they died

Two mummies from the Milwaukee Public Museum have received computerized tomography, or CT, scans to help determine how they lived and died.

Mysteries still surround Egyptian chamber
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Mysteries still surround Egyptian chamber

A year after the discovery of a chamber that had lain hidden in the Valley of the Kings for millennia, archaeologists are still asking themselves exactly what they've found.

Ancient tomb sheds new light on Egyptian colonialism
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Ancient tomb sheds new light on Egyptian colonialism

Skeletal remains suggest conquered Nubians participated in governance of colonized state.

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