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A cache of medieval Arab gold coins may already be the largest in the eastern Mediterranean, and there's probably more to come.

These gold coins are among thousands recently discovered by ...

 

In January 2014 archaeologists found the tomb of a previously unknown pharaoh called Woseribre Senebkay. The tomb was discovered at the Abydos archaeological site near Sohag in Egypt, 300 miles south of Cairo. The skeleton of Senebkay was found in ...

 

The mountains surrounding Saint Catherine’s Monastery in the Sinai Peninsula look deserted and devoid of life, but hidden between ...

 

Archaeologists have discovered the nearly 3,500 year-old tomb of a royal stable master from the pharaonic era in the famed temple city of Luxor, Egypt.

The tomb was found by ...

 

Four rock-hewn New Kingdom tombs uncovered in Aswan may change the history of Elephantine Island East Aswan inhabitants have accidentally stumbled upon what is believed to be ...