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Akhenaten - a story about love and politics on Broadway

In the heart of Luxor and on the walls of the Karnak Temple, a dramatic story on religion, politics and love is inscribed. Akhenaten was the first documented pharaoh and human to deny all known gods and create a new religion that only glorifies one god, the sun...

At the southern tip of Roda Island stands Manial Palace, an exquisite example of ...

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 ...

 

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