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Ancient rock-cut burial graves at the Al-Hamidiyah necropolis go back 4,200 years.

Hundreds of ancient tombs carved from rock have been discovered in Egypt according to the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities which made the announcement confirming the presence of over 250 graves car...
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Surprise discovery of first pregnant Egyptian mummy

Polish scientists have discovered that a mummy once thought to be a priest was actually a pregnant woman.  The discovery was made by researchers at the Warsaw Mummy Project and published in the Journ...
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Lost 'Golden city' discovered in Egypt

A 3,400-year-old lost city discovered in Egypt remains largely untouched and left alone by prior residents. The 3,400-year-old city, discovered by archeologists near Luxor is the largest ancient se...
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Golden Pharaoh parade broadcast on 200+ global channels

  The remains of Queen Hatshepsut, Egypt’s only female Pharoah was part of the golden parade alongside 21 other royal mummies, making their way to the country’s new national museum.  22 Pharoah...
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World’s oldest beer factory uncovered in Egypt

  A team of Egyptian and American archeologists has uncovered the world’s oldest mass-production breweries at a prominent Egyptian site. The 5000-year old brewery was dug up by a team of researche...
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Golden-tongued mummies discovered near Alexandria

  Archeologists working at a burial site near Alexandria have uncovered ancient mummies with golden tongues. It is believed that the golden-tongued amulets helped the dead speak in the afterlife w...
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Explore Ancient Kush as Sudan opens up

Kush, once an influential civilization in Africa, is nothing more than a forgotten relic of its glorious past. Located in Northern Sudan, the ancient rulers of Kush reached the height of their power...
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The American University in Cairo (AUC) to digitise rare Egyptian manuscripts

The American University in Cairo (AUC) has begun digitising its collections of rare Egyptian manuscripts. The burning of the historic Egyptian Scientific Institute on 17 December 2011 spurred the A...
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