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Just a few weeks ago, three tins of ancient papyri belonging to the University of California, Berkeley, finally arrived home, shipped across the Atlantic more than a century after they were collected in Egypt.

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The Splendor of Egypt to Debut in Seoul
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The Splendor of Egypt to Debut in Seoul

An exhibition featuring 180 pieces of ancient Egyptian monuments will be held at the National Library of Korea in Seocho-dong in Seoul from April 6 to 12, 2006.

Ancient Egypt inspires Brazilian artist
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Ancient Egypt inspires Brazilian artist

An admirer of Egyptian culture, Eduardo Vilela has already travelled to the Arab country to photograph the originals and then transform them into replicas.

Bowers Unwraps a New Mummy Exhibit
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Bowers Unwraps a New Mummy Exhibit

This mummy exhibit, designed by Paul Johnson, who is the Bowers Museum director of exhibition design, introduces visitors to the Egyptian perspective of death and the afterlife through 140 ancient Egyptian artifacts.

Egyptomania
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Egyptomania

Since visitors first brought back tales of great pyramids and fabulous pharaohs, ancient Egypt has fascinated outsiders as a land of extravagant beauty and inexplicable mystery.

B1 Media Brings Egyptian Book of the Dead to Life
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B1 Media Brings Egyptian Book of the Dead to Life

B1 Media has completed 69 visual effects shots, including 3D and live-action, for the History Channel’s “Egyptian Book of the Dead.” Morningstar Entertainment produced.

Journey to eternal life of Pharaoh
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Journey to eternal life of Pharaoh

PASS through the black curtain and you enter a different world . . . a perilous world populated by five-headed serpents and terrifying demons.

Arish museum to open within days
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Arish museum to open within days

Al-Arish museum is getting ready to receive tourist as monuments pieces are being moved to it from eight other museums in preparation for its inauguration, expected to be within days.

The Pyramid Savers
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The Pyramid Savers

We all know and love Raiders of the Lost Ark, but now it looks like another group of Joneses are helping to save Egyptian antiquities.

Unwrapping the mysteries of mummies
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Unwrapping the mysteries of mummies

Egyptian priest Nesperennub undoubtedly would've been amazed that his body — mummifed around 800 B.C. — would be subjected to a CT scan 2,800 years later.

Egypt Centre to have virtual tomb
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Egypt Centre to have virtual tomb

A virtual reality pharaoh's tomb is being developed in Swansea so school children can journey to ancient Egypt.

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