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Category Archives: Ancient Stones
Egypt says Village found in Nile Delta predated Pharaohs
CAIRO (AP) — Egypt said Sunday that archeologists have unearthed one of the oldest villages ever found in the Nile Delta, with remains dating back to before the pharaohs. The Antiquities Ministry said the Neolithic site was discovered in Tell … Continue reading
Posted in Ancient Stones, Egypt, Egyptologists, Excavations, New Discoveries Tagged Ancient Village, Disvcoveries, History 1 Comment
Egypt’s Hope For The Future
Egypt is building the world’s largest solar park. The $2.8-billion Benban complex is located in Egypt’s Western Desert. Egpyt has set up ambitious goals to get at least 42 percent of the country’s energy from renewable sources by 2025. … Continue reading
Posted in Ancient Stones, Egypt, Government, New Discoveries, Travel Tagged KarmSolar, Renewable sources, Solar Energy, Western Desert 2 Comments
Luxor – Room With A View
It is often said that Luxor has the biggest museum in the world – KARNAK – but it also has one of the most beautiful hotels. The Winter Palace. The lush tropical fauna surrounding the swimming pool in the back … Continue reading
Posted in Ancient Stones, Egypt, Luxor Tagged Agatha Christie, Karnak, Oasis, Rivers, The Nile Leave a comment
Photo Of The Week – With Or Without A Head
Even when you have lost your head others still admire and point to you …… This is part of the Mortuary Temple of Ramesses III at Medinet Habu – an important New Kingdom structure on the West Bank of Luxor … Continue reading
Posted in Ancient Stones, Egypt, Excavations, Luxor, Travel Tagged Medina Habu, New Kingdom, Statues, Temples Leave a comment
Photo Of The Week – Can Feet Tell
…..how tall and big a person is? If the answer is yes this was a really colossal statue. A pity the rest of it got lost. … Continue reading
Posted in Ancient Stones, Egypt, Egyptologists, Travel Tagged Gods, Karnak, Pharaohs 1 Comment
Photo of the Week – REALLY?
What do you think? Do those little red stones really keep up the granite blocks? More from Egypt soon Brigitte
Posted in Ancient Stones, Egypt, Luxor. Valley of the Kings, Travel Tagged Feet, Granite, Stones Leave a comment
Egypt – New Discoveries
Archaeologists discover three ancient tombs in Egypt 15 August 2017 From the section Middle East Image caption A sarcophagus from one of the three tombs found at burial grounds south of Cairo Archaeologists have discovered three tombs that date back … Continue reading
Posted in Ancient Stones, Egypt, Excavations, Tombs, Tourism Tagged Archaeologists, Burial Grounds, Cairo, Graveyards, Tombs 2 Comments
Egypt’s Artefacts Coming Home!
Egypt restores 484 artefacts from abroad: Antiquities Minister Al-Masry Al-Youm Egypt’s President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi held on Saturday a meeting with Prime Minister Sherif Esmail and Antiquities Minister Khaled Anani to discuss recent Egyptian archaeological discoveries and artefacts … Continue reading
Posted in Ancient Stones, Egypt, Egyptologists, Excavations, Tourism, Travel Tagged Antiquities Trade, Artefacts, Cairo, Grand Museum 0pening 4/18 2 Comments
Photo of the Week – Bigger than Life
Everything being equal – but was it the case in Ancient Egypt? No, the Ancient Egyptians saw themselves as bigger, taller, and stronger than ordinary mortals. … Continue reading
Posted in Ancient Stones, Egypt, Luxor, Tourism, Travel Tagged Pharaoh, Ramses II 2 Comments
PHOTO OF THE WEEK – THE SPHINX
How many sphinxes are there in Egypt? Whenever the Sphinx is mentioned the picture that comes up in most people’s mind is the image of the Great Sphinx of Giza. It is the most famous, it is the biggest, but there are … Continue reading
Posted in Ancient Stones, Egypt, Tourism, Travel Tagged Giza, Memphis, Pharaoh, Pharaoh Djoser, The Sphinx 2 Comments