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Tutankhamun archaeologist's London flat on sale for £9.75m
The house that King Tut bought... and now it's up for a pharaoh price tag! Lavish five-bedroom apartment archaeologist Howard Carter lived in after discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb goes on sale for £9.75million.
The Greatest Clash in Egyptian Archaeology May Be Fading, But Anger Lives On
After 200 years, the sad story of Qurna, a so-called ‘village of looters’, is coming to a close,
Om Ahmed has a lovely view, but no one to share it with.
All of her neighbors have gone, their houses slowly crumbling in the stiff Nile breeze. Most of the surrounding buildings have already been destroyed. Except for the workers excavating a tomb beneath her and the occasional lost tourist or nosy desert fox, this talkative old lady seldom sees another soul. “It’s very lonely,” she says. “You can’t imagine how lonely.”
Cazenovia mummy makes hospital visit to undergo medical testing
photo by Jason Emerson
On a cold, snowy Sunday night, when the Cazenovia Public Library was closed and silent as a tomb, members of the library staff opened the glass case containing Hen, the library’s Egyptian mummy. Standing silently by was an official from the Onondaga County Coroner’s Office, who carefully placed this 2,000-year-old relic onto a stretcher, covered it with a sheet and deposited the body into the office “bus” for a ride to Crouse Hinds Hospital in the city.
Egypt uncovers ancient tombs at Luxor
Archaeologists in Egypt have displayed items, including a mummy, from one of two previously unexplored tombs in the ancient Nile city of Luxor.
For more information and other stunning photos, see
- Two ancient Egyptian New Kingdom-era tombs opened at Luxor necropolis
- Photos: Two ancient Egyptian tombs were just opened in Luxor
- Archaeologists discover two ancient tombs in Egypt
- Archaeologists discover 3,500-year-old tombs in Egypt's Luxor
- Two ancient tombs discovered in Egypt's Luxor
- Egyptian mummy and ancient treasures 'in near perfect condition' discovered in 3,500-year-old tombs
- Egyptian archaeologists discover 3,500-year-old mummified body as they explore pair of ‘exceptional’ tombs
‘Egypt Uncovered: Belzoni and the Tomb of Pharaoh Seti I’ at Sir John Soane’s Museum, London
©Bristol Culture: Bristol Museums and Art Gallery. By permission of the trustees of Sir John Soane’s Museum
To coincide with the 200th anniversary of the discovery of the tomb of Pharaoh Seti I by the Egyptologist Giovanni Battista Belzoni (1778–1823), Sir John Soane’s Museum in London will present Egypt Uncovered: Belzoni and the Tomb of Pharaoh Seti I – a new exhibition revealing the story behind the Museum’s most treasured possession.
The Map That Revealed How Ancient Egyptians Pictured the Afterlife
© Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
In the spring of 1915, in the dry, heavy heat of the Egyptian desert, an expedition of archaeologists unearthed the final resting place of a man and his wife.
The team—made jointly of representatives from Harvard University and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston—made their discovery in a place called Deir el-Bersha, on the east bank of the river Nile and far south of the pyramids of Giza.
Journey on an adventure into ancient Egypt with new Eye of the Amulet slot
Games developer, iSoftBet has jumped on the ever-growing Egyptian-themed slots bandwagon and launched a new title, Eye of the Amulet, exclusively with LeoVegas Casino. Players of other casinos will have to wait until December 12 to get their hands on the new slot, when it will be available at other operators.