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Category Archives: Tutankhamun
COULD QUEEN NEFERTITI MAKE THE TOURIST COME BACK?
Article from Egypt’s Independent news – Oct. 17, 2015 As tourists dwindle, Egypt looks for treasure Facing a steep drop in tourist numbers, Egypt is hoping to invest in the future with a big discovery from the past – the … Continue reading
REPLICA OF TUTANKHAMUN’S TOMB OPENS TO THE PUBLIC
This is a very interesting article about how TUTANKHAMUN’S tomb was duplicated It appeared in the AL-TAHRIR NEWS IN May 2014 and was written by NEVINE ABDEL WAHAB Tutankhamun’s replica burial chamber (photo :Factum Arte) A replica of the tomb of Tutankhamun to aid … Continue reading
Posted in Egypt, Luxor. Valley of the Kings, Tutankhamun, Valley of the Kings Tagged Basel, Howard Cater, Humidity, Preservation, Queen Nefertari, Ramses II, Replicas, Seti, Switzerland, Tomb, Tutankhamun, Zurich Leave a comment
TUTANKHAMUN’S NEW HOME- A REPLICA TOMB
CNN) — By Barry Neild It’s not quite the Mummy Returns — more like an attempt to stop the Mummy disappearing in the first place. Archeological experts have built an exact, full-sized replica of King Tutankhamun’s tomb in Egypt, recreating every … Continue reading
Posted in Egypt, Luxor. Valley of the Kings, Pharaohs, Tomb Wall Paintings, Tourism, Tutankhamun Tagged Afterlife, Barry Neild, CNN, Laser Scanners, Murals, Pharaoh, Tomb Paintings Leave a comment
AY WHO? PHARAOH WHO?
I knew nothing about Ancient Egypt before I visited the country — and when I did I was one of countless tourists who are shown the most impressive temples, and told about the most important pharaohs. Understandably, because during a … Continue reading
Posted in Ancient Stones, Egypt, Pharaohs, Tutankhamun, Valley of the Kings Tagged Akhenaten, Ankhesenamun, Pharaoh Ay, Stones, SUV, Tutankhamun, Vizier 1 Comment
DOWNTON ABBEY’S CONNECTION TO EGYPT
Like millions of infatuated followers of DOWNTON ABBEY, now in its 4th Season, I am glued to my television set on Sunday nights. During a recent interview of the present owners, The Earl of Carnarvon and Lady Carnarvon, they talked about … Continue reading
Posted in Egypt, Pharaohs, Tutankhamun, Valley of the Kings Tagged Downton Abbey, England, Highclere Castle, Howard Carter, Lord Carnarvon, Television, Tomb of Tutankhamun 5 Comments
EGYPT’S HOT AIR BALLOONS ARE UP UP AND AWAY AGAIN
TWO WEEKS AGO EGYPT RESUMED THE HOT AIR BALLOONS SIGHTSEEING IN LUXOR ****************************************************************************** Getting up at 4 am was hard. It was dark outside, and I wondered why I had agreed to take a hot air balloon ride. In total darkness … Continue reading
Posted in Ancient Stones, Egypt, Luxor. Valley of the Kings, Pharaohs, Tutankhamun, Valley of the Kings Tagged Burial Grounds, Eternity, Hot Air Balloons, Magic, Pharaohs, Secrets 10 Comments
TUTANKHAMUN – IS OUR BREATH BURYING HIM AGAIN?
The BBC reported a few days ago that there is a possibility the Tomb of Tutankhamun will be closed – the reason is that the breath of the visitors to the tomb are damaging what the heat of the desert has … Continue reading
Posted in Egypt, Luxor, Luxor. Valley of the Kings, Pharaohs, Tourism, Travel, Tutankhamun Tagged BBC, Bill Gates, Cascade Investments, Egypt Daily News, Microsoft, Orascom, Preservation, Tomb of Tutankhamun 6 Comments
PHOTO OF THE WEEK – A HAPPY COUPLE
This happy looking couple sits in the Temple of Karnak, between the first two columns on the left. Egyptologists believe that it is Tutankhamun and his wife Ankhsenpaaten, but they are not sure! While the world speculates who they really are, they live happily … Continue reading
Posted in Egypt, Luxor, Tourism, Travel, Tutankhamun Tagged couples, ever after, happiness, love 12 Comments
EGYPT – WHEN IS A GOOD TIME TO VISIT?
As I found out during my second trip to Egypt in March of this year, courage can have big rewards. Most of my friends and family tried to discourage me from going because they felt it was too dangerous, but I was not … Continue reading
Posted in Egypt, Luxor, Tourism, Travel, Tutankhamun Tagged courage, Crowds, Temple of Karnak Leave a comment
THE SPHINX – THE VOICE OF THE PYRAMIDS
“Sound and Light at the Pyramids is very Hollywood. I wouldn’t bother.” I was told when I asked if it was worthwhile to see it. Well, I don’t always listen and booked myself for Wednesday evening.. It was already dark … Continue reading
Posted in Egypt, Pharaohs, Tourism, Travel, Tutankhamun Tagged Champollion, Cleopatra, Giza, Hieroglyphs, Tutamkhamen 8 Comments