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A New Pharaoh was discovered, The Royal name of the 17th Dynasty at Karnak Temple
  • 20/03/2012 09:48

A New Pharaoh was discovered, The Royal name of the 17th Dynasty at Karnak Temple

During his visit yesterday to Karnak temple, Dr. Mohamed Ibrahim(Minister state of Antiquities) announced the discovery of a new pharaoh’s name from the 17th dynasty that was not known to Egyptologists which helps in revealing the chronological order of the Kings of this dynasty.

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Raising Amenhotep III's colossus
  • 20/03/2012 09:41

Raising Amenhotep III's colossus

Colossus of King Amenhotep III to be erected on Saturday at its funerary temple on Luxor’s west bank

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Pocket Pets: Early Explorers Brought Guinea Pigs to Europe
  • 20/03/2012 09:34

Pocket Pets: Early Explorers Brought Guinea Pigs to Europe

It may seem a prestigious post for a rodent, but the guinea pigs that are fixtures in elementary school classrooms today were once ambassadors from a new land.

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Remains of Ancient Palace Discovered
  • 18/08/2011 20:51

Remains of Ancient Palace Discovered

Hidden beneath an ancient palace in what is now central Sudan, archaeologists have discovered the oldest building in the city of Meroë, a structure that also may have housed royalty.

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Burial site find delays new Skye medical centre
  • 18/08/2011 20:47

Burial site find delays new Skye medical centre

An archaeologist has uncovered the remains of an ancient burial cist and pottery at the site of a new £1.3m health centre on Skye.

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Salme Yields Evidence of Oldest Sailing Ship in Baltic Sea
  • 18/08/2011 20:35

Salme Yields Evidence of Oldest Sailing Ship in Baltic Sea

The ancient ship burial site in Salme on the island of Saaremaa still has some surprises in store.

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Iron Age people gave interiors of dwellings a decorative streak
  • 18/08/2011 20:32

Iron Age people gave interiors of dwellings a decorative streak

Archaeologists in Saxony-Anhalt have discovered a 2,600-year-old wall painted in bright patterns. It reveals that Iron Age houses were not the drab constructions they were once thought to be.

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Egyptian tomb mystery may be world's first protractor
  • 07/08/2011 16:29

Egyptian tomb mystery may be world's first protractor

The bizarre object was found in the tomb of an ancient Egyptian architect. For over 100 years, it has languished while archaeologists debated its function.

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Ancient dog skull unearthed in Siberia
  • 06/08/2011 09:14

Ancient dog skull unearthed in Siberia

A very well-preserved 33,000 year old canine skull from a cave in the Siberian Altai mountains shows some of the earliest evidence of dog domestication ever found.

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  • 02/04/2010 09:48

Maya fountain unearthed by archaeologists

Add plumbing to the mysterious arts of the ancient Maya, investigators report. In a J ournal of Archaeological Science study , anthropologist Kirk French and civil engineer Christopher Duffy of Penn State report on a conduit designed to deliver pressurized water to Palenque, an urban center in southern Mexico , more than 1,400 years ago .

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