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Tag Archives: excavation
A New Way To Rob Egypt’s Antiquities
Why a TED Prize Winning Platform May Inadvertently Rob Egypt of Its Buried Antiquities 13/01/2017 09:00 A TED prize-winning platform is promising to teach anyone how to analyse satellite images to identify buried archaeological sites. The mission hopes to uncover … Continue reading
Posted in Egypt, Excavations, TECHNOLOGY, Travel Tagged Egyptologists, excavation, Grave Robbers, valley of the kings Leave a comment
VISITING NEFERTITI – EGYPT’S MOST FAMOUS QUEEN
Already as a little girl, long before I knew where Egypt is or what it is, I saw pictures of Queen Nefertiti hanging in our school. She was the wife of Pharaoh Akhenaten. Of course, we learned about her in school, and … Continue reading
Posted in Egypt, HABIBTI YA MASR, Pharaohs Tagged Archaeologists, Berlin, Egyptian Museum, excavation, Germany, Ludwig Borchard, Queen Nefertiti 1 Comment