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A short piece about the recent discovery in the Valley of the Kings. In February, a headline-grabbing announcement came out of Egypt. Excavators had uncovered what appeared to be the first ancient tomb to be found in the Valley of the Kings since the discovery of King Tutankhamen's in 1922.

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Pharaonic site used as mummification room
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Pharaonic site used as mummification room

A chamber discovered last month in Egyptian old city Luxor was a room used to mummify Pharaohs instead of a Pharaonic tomb.

17 statues of ancient war goddess unearthed in Egypt
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17 statues of ancient war goddess unearthed in Egypt

An Egyptian-German archaeological team has unearthed 17 statues of the ancient Egyptian war goddess Sekhmet in southern ancient city of Luxor after the team found six statues last week.

Whose mask is it, anyway
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Whose mask is it, anyway

Several international experts are claiming that a 3,000-year-old cartonnage mask on display at the St Louis Art Museum in the United States was smuggled out of Egypt.

World's Oldest Sea Vessels Discovered in Egypt
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World's Oldest Sea Vessels Discovered in Egypt

World's Oldest Sea Vessels Discovered in Egypt

Ancient tombs to be renovated in southern Egypt
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Ancient tombs to be renovated in southern Egypt

Ancient tombs in the Valley of Queens on the west bank of Luxor, 700 kilometres south of Cairo, are set to be renovated by a team of Egyptian and US experts.

Story of major discovery in Egypt
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Story of major discovery in Egypt

Like many of the best dream-fulfilled stories, the one about the girl from Iowa who grew up to discover an ancient Egyptian tomb was born of deprivation.

Gallery devoted to ancient Nubia opens in Chicago
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Gallery devoted to ancient Nubia opens in Chicago

The Oriental Institute Museum of the University of Chicago has quietly opened a new gallery devoted to ancient Nubia, the mysterious land from where all that gold came.

Valley of the Queens gets a Getty assist
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Valley of the Queens gets a Getty assist

Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities and the Getty Conservation Institute have entered into a six-year partnership for the conservation and management of the Valley of the Queens.

Hawass Calls King Tut Case Closed
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Hawass Calls King Tut Case Closed

King Tut's case is closed, top Egyptologist Dr. Zahi Hawass has told Discovery News. Other, new exciting findings are waiting to be uncovered from the Egyptian sands

Statues found at ancient Egyptian temple
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Statues found at ancient Egyptian temple

Statues found at ancient Egyptian temple

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