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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 ...

 

The World Heritage Organization (WHO) has offered the antiquities ministry a grant of $100,000 to help restore the Abu Mina monastery in Alexandria.

The monastery is one of the oldest Christian sites in Egypt, and was placed on ...

 

A Spanish-Egyptian team has uncovered two 26th Dynasty tombs during excavation work at Al-Bahnasa archaeological site in Minya.

Al-Bahnasa was known in the ancient Egyptian era as ...

 

Prof Olaf Kaper, an archaeologist at Leiden University in the Netherlands, believes he may have solved one of the greatest mysteries in ancient history – what happened to the 50,000-man army of Persian King Cambyses II in the Egyptian desert.

According to the Greek historian Herodotus (484-425 BC), Cambyses II, the oldest son of Cyrus the Great, sent his army from Thebes to ...

 

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