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Tag Archives: Queen Nefertari
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
ABU SIMBEL – SOME MIRACLES HAPPEN TWICE
The bus, which brought us from the airport, joined other buses in a parking lot near a large hill. Once our group was together we started walking up a sandy path. Our guide told us to be patient, that we … Continue reading
Posted in Ancient Stones, Egypt Tagged Abu Simbel, Aswan High Dam, heat, Husband, Lake Nasser, Planes, Queen Nefertari, Ramses II, tourists, water, Wife 6 Comments
RAMSES II – CAN HE GET EVEN TALLER?
The photo I posted a few days ago of a statue of Ramses II at Karnak Temple in Luxor made him look like a giant. But it is a small giant compared to the statues he had built of himself at Abu Simbel, in … Continue reading
Posted in Ancient Stones, Pharaohs, Religion, Tourism Tagged Abu Simbel, Aswan High Dam, Lake Nasser, Queen Nefertari, Ramses II, Unesco World Heritage 2 Comments