Monthly Archives: July 2015

A New Angle on the Great Pyramid

BY DR. ANDREW BAYUK

[metaslider id=3862] Long the source of great wonder and speculation, the interior of the Great Pyramid, demonstrates one of the most well-constructed and elaborate designs of any pyramid emerging from within the pyramid age. Various theories have been proposed for the purpose and reason for the layout and configuration of its chambers. Innovative features have…
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Pic of the Day

Painting from the tomb of King Ay, New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty – King's Valley 23, Western Thebes, Valley of the Kings - This painting from the burial chamber of Pharaoh Ay depicts ducks in a papyrus marsh. All information and media on this website, unless noted otherwise, are © Laboratoriorosso and cannot be used or distributed…
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Discoveries made at Tell El-Farkha by the Polish Mission

The Ministry of Antiquities has announced a number of discoveries made at the Tell El-Farkha site, in the Dakhaleyya Governatorate, during the excavations performed by the Polish Mission headed by Dr Marek Chłodnicki. During the 2014 campaign all three koms forming this site were examined by reopening previously established trenches. On the Western Kom excavations…
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Pic of the Day

Painting from the tomb of King Amenhotep II, New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty – King’s Valley 35, Western Thebes, Valley of the Kings - In this painting on a pillar of the funerary chamber of Amenhotep II, the king wears the royal nemes headdress and is receiving life from Osiris, king of the Netherworld, wrapped as…
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