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Radar finds an ancient city in Nile Delta Radar finds an ancient city in Nile Delta

Beneath the flag-like fields of the Nile Delta, an ancient city lingers.

A team of Austrian archeologists using radar and satellite imaging has discovered what is believed to be an ancient city once controlled by the Hyksos, invaders from Asia who ruled Egypt from about 1664-1569 BC.

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Strange bones in Colchester Egyptian Mummy
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Strange bones in Colchester Egyptian Mummy

Strange bones in Colchester Egyptian Mummy: The skull of an ancient Egyptian mummy in Colchester is packed with 'strange bones', a CT-scan has revealed.

First absolute chronology of Dynastic Egypt established
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First absolute chronology of Dynastic Egypt established

First absolute chronology of Dynastic Egypt established: Carbon 14 dating has recently enabled an international team of researchers to establish an absolute chronology of Dynastic Egypt for the first time.

Lost Tomb Of Ptahmes Found in Egypt
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Lost Tomb Of Ptahmes Found in Egypt

Lost Tomb Of Ptahmes Found in Egypt: A team of Egyptian archeologists has rediscovered the ancient tomb belonging to Ptahmes, the mayor of Memphis, the ancient Egyptian capital.

Divers Explore Sunken Ruins Of Cleopatra's Palace
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Divers Explore Sunken Ruins Of Cleopatra's Palace

Plunging into the waters off Alexandria Tuesday, divers explored the submerged ruins of a palace and temple complex from which Cleopatra ruled.

Three New EES Excavation Memoirs
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Three New EES Excavation Memoirs

Three new EES Excavation Memoirs have appeared recently and are now available to buy. Please note that EES members receive 15% off the price of all the Society’s memoirs.

Journey Through the Afterlife: Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead
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Journey Through the Afterlife: Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead

Journey Through the Afterlife: Ancient Egyptian Book of the Dead: For any ancient Egyptian of wealthy standing, the Book of the Dead was an invaluable roll of papyrus which kept within it all the secrets of the afterlife.

Sahure: Death and Life of a Great Pharaoh
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Sahure: Death and Life of a Great Pharaoh

Sahure: Death and Life of a Great Pharaoh: From June 24 to November 28, 2010 the Liebieghaus Skulpturensammlung will present the exhibition Sahure – Death and Life of a Great Pharaoh.

8,000-year-old cave could help resolve ancient Egypt's mysteries
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8,000-year-old cave could help resolve ancient Egypt's mysteries

Archaeologists are studying prehistoric rock drawings discovered in a remote cave in 2002, including dancing figures and strange headless beasts.

57 tombs with mummies found in Egypt
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57 tombs with mummies found in Egypt

Archaeologists have unearthed 57 ancient Egyptian tombs, most of which hold an ornately painted wooden sarcophagus with a mummy inside.

Headless Egypt King Statue Found At Taposiris Magna
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Headless Egypt King Statue Found At Taposiris Magna

A massive, headless statue of a Greek king has been found in the ruins of an ancient Egyptian temple, adding to evidence that the structure could be the final resting place of Marc Antony and Cleopatra, excavation leaders say.

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