Yearly Archives: 2015

Discovery at the temple of Thutmosis III in Luxor

The work in the tombs located in the necropolis below the Temple of Millions of Years of Thutmosis III starts to bear fruit. The Egyptian-Spanish team under the direction of Dr. Myriam Seco Álvarez has discovered two tombs from the Middle Kingdom (2137-1781 BC), which brought to light very interesting material dating from a relatively…
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Graeco-Roman cemetery discovered in Alexandria

The Egyptian Minister of Antiquities, Dr Mamdouh El Damaty, announced on 20 January 2015 that a cemetery dating back to the Graeco-Roman period has been discovered in Alexandria. Inside the cemetery, were found 20 pottery lamps, 18 small glass vessels, and several pottery vessels. The cemetery was discovered during an illegal excavation carried out by…
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A Window Into the Real Ancient Egypt?


[caption id="attachment_2898" align="alignnone" width="770"] Tourists at the Temple of Kom Ombo[/caption] It is already almost the fourth anniversary of what many call - wrongly so, in my opinion - Revolution. I would rather call it an awakening: it is as if the country has been aroused suddenly from the slumber into which it had slowly…
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