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Pharaonic tomb find stuns Egypt Pharaonic tomb find stuns Egypt

Archaeologists have discovered an intact, ancient Egyptian tomb in the Valley of the Kings, the first since King Tutankhamun's was found in 1922.

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Rising water threatens great temples of Egypt
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Rising water threatens great temples of Egypt

Some of the world's most precious archaeological treasures - the ancient Egyptian tombs and temples at Luxor - are being devastated by salt water that is eating their foundations

Statue of Egyptian queen unearthed
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Statue of Egyptian queen unearthed

A US archaeological team has unearthed a statue of Queen Ti, one of the most important women in ancient Egypt and wife of Pharaoh Amenhotep III.

Mwah ... is this the first recorded gay kiss?
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Mwah ... is this the first recorded gay kiss?

A WALL painting in an ancient Egyptian tomb, showing an intimate embrace between two male manicurists, could be the first recorded depiction of an openly homosexual couple.

Ancient Egyptian images: Gay couple or conjoined twins?
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Ancient Egyptian images: Gay couple or conjoined twins?

A wall carving discovered in an Egyptian tomb four decades ago was first made controversial by archeologists who later argued the image of two men embracing represented an ancient depiction of homosexuality.

The Woman Who Would Be King
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The Woman Who Would Be King

She led armies and trade expeditions, built one of the greatest monuments in Egypt, and switched her appearance from female to male in order to rule as pharaoh.

Statues of goddess, Kushite king found
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Statues of goddess, Kushite king found

Egyptologists have discovered two 3,400-year-old statues of the lioness-headed war goddess Sekhmet and a rare statue depicting a king with Nubian features.

Dwarfs honoured in ancient Egypt
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Dwarfs honoured in ancient Egypt

The ancient Egyptians looked on dwarfs as magical figures and elevated some to the status of gods, an American doctor's study says.

Misplaced museum
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Misplaced museum

Today, while Nubians regularly flock to the museum, singly or in groups, on family or school outings, they outnumber by far foreign and Egyptian tourists and sightseers.

Sex experts head to Wales to talk Egyptian
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Sex experts head to Wales to talk Egyptian

Sex experts head to Wales to talk Egyptian: SEX, drugs and music, cosmetic surgery, gay hairdressers, desperate housewives and a mysterious sex manual ... is it a new TV offering aimed at overshadowing the BBC's sex and swords drama Rome?

This mummy has four feet
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This mummy has four feet

Nellie, who dates back to the Ptolemaic period between 305 and 34 B.C., has four feet.

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