ANCIENT EGYPT IN GLORIOUS, GLOSSY PRINT:
Golden Treasures of the Pharaohs
Gold. For the Egyptians it was proof that eternity was real. We feature some spectacular golden treasures from Cairo’s Egyptian Museum, now on show at the Grimaldi Forum in Monaco.
What are the clues in Tutankhamun's tomb that point to the union between Nefertiti and her king?
That Black Sarcophagus.
For 17 days in July, the Twittersphere obsessed over an ominous, black sarcophagus that had been unearthed in Alexandria. Was there an ancient evil inside? The truth turned out to be far nastier.
Life in a Pyramid Builders' Town.
One site more than any other gives us a unique insight into the lives of those who built and maintained a pyramid: that of Lahun, built by King Senwosret II around 1870 B.C.
Seti I's strange bedfellows.
Ever since the discovery of his tomb, Seti I has been bizarrely associated with pseudo-archaeology and mysticism, which have dogged the memory of one of Egypt’s greatest rulers.
A Pharaoh's Legacy.
King Ptolemy II could never have guessed what his greatest gift to Egypt would be.
Plus, The Nile Quiz, Looking Back and lots more.
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