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He has been buried for 3,000 years, dug up, manhandled, cut into pieces, X-rayed and displayed before the modern world. Computerized tomography breathes new life into the ancient king's life and demise.

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DeMille's Hidden city
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DeMille's Hidden city

In 1923, pioneer filmmaker Cecil. B. DeMille built the largest set in movie history for his silent (and early Technicolor) epic, The Ten Commandments.

Egypt retrieves antique taken by American in 1958
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Egypt retrieves antique taken by American in 1958

Egypt received on Tuesday a rare antique made of alabaster with hieroglyphic writings which was taken by an American national from a tomb at the Valley of the Kings in Luxor in 1958.

Egypt Seeks Help in Getting Back Artifacts
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Egypt Seeks Help in Getting Back Artifacts

Egypt announced Wednesday it was launching a campaign for the return of five of its most precious artifacts from museums abroad, including the Rosetta Stone in London.

Rare 18th Dynasty Portrait Sculpture For Sale
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Rare 18th Dynasty Portrait Sculpture For Sale

The scultpure of an 18th Dynasty Amarna Princess, thought to be that of Tutankhamun's sister, from the Mansoor Collection, goes up for auction on eBay.

Glassmakers key to Egypt's status
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Glassmakers key to Egypt's status

Ancient Egypt was mass-producing its own glass objects more than 3,000 years ago, according to evidence from digs in the country's eastern Nile delta.

Brighton's pyramids take shape
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Brighton's pyramids take shape

They stand up to 45ft tall and are a cut above your run-of-the-mill seaside sand castles.

Australia returns stolen artefacts to Egypt
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Australia returns stolen artefacts to Egypt

Ancient artefacts smuggled out of Egypt as part of a major antiquities scam were returned to Egyptian authorities today after being discovered for sale on an Australian Internet auction site.

Pharaoh's tomb to be centrepiece of new exhibition
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Pharaoh's tomb to be centrepiece of new exhibition

The tomb of Pharaoh Thutmosis III, known as the Napoleon of ancient Egypt, is to be built in the City Arts Centre.

Ancient Egyptian battlements uncovered
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Ancient Egyptian battlements uncovered

An Egyptian archaeological team has uncovered battlements from Pharaonic times at the ancient eastern gateway to Egypt in the north of the Sinai Peninsula.

Statue of Neferhotep unearthed
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Statue of Neferhotep unearthed

The statue of pharaoh Neferhotep was discovered at Karnak Temple on the outskirts of Luxor, 720 kilometres south of Cairo.

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