The excavation is the first to offer evidence of an Egyptian occupation in the center of Tel Aviv 5,000 years ago.
Written in Greek on a piece of pottery, the receipt reveals an astoundingly high tax for a land transfer.
Located east of Amenhotep's burial, the T-shaped tomb features colorful scenes on the walls.
Analysis reveals major cuts to the king's feet, ankles, and lower back, as well as multiple blows to his skull.
A 1,500-year-old book that contains a previously unknown gospel has been deciphered.
After being broken off during cleaning, inappropriate epoxy glue is now holding together the long, narrow beard on the famous mask of King Tut.
Archaeologists surveying the sandstone quarries in Egypt discover a rare wall relief showing an unidentified pharaoh.
The portrait of an unidentified pharaoh has been found in a small rock carved stela in the ancient sandstone quarries of Gebel el Sisila. Continue reading →
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