An ancient Egyptian temple first recorded and described between 1906 and 1925 and then forgotten has been located.
Remains of the long lost temple of Kheny have been unearthed at Gebel el Silsila, north of Aswan.
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.
Incest left the young pharaoh with a club foot, feminine hips and a large overbite.
The ancient Egyptians who built the pyramids may have been able to move massive stone blocks across the desert by wetting the sand in front of a contraption built to pull the heavy objects, according to a new study.
The remains of a previously unknown pharaoh who reigned more than 3,600 years ago have emerged from Egypt's desert sand.
British researchers believe they've found evidence explaining how the boy king died and, in the process, they made a shocking discovery.
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