Monday, May 25, 2015
Ancient Egypt this week: Lost and found temple, Nefertiti controversy, Wining and Dining, Amun temple, and Tut, Tut again
Lost remains of ancient Egyptian temple found at bottom of quarry
Archaeologists excavating an ancient quarry at Gebel el Silsila, dating back to the New Kingdom and Roman eras of Egypt's past, have unearthed the lost temple of Kheny.
Bust of Queen Nefertiti: Egypt’s most fascinating artifact after Tut’s mask
Several museums all over the world house ancient Egyptian treasures; but the iconic bust of Queen Nefertiti, currently on display at Berlin’s Neues Museum, remains one of Egypt’s top plundered artifacts.
Wining and Dining in Ancient Egypt
Your lesson this week is food for the gods; wining and dining in ancient Egypt.
Pharaoh on the move