In Egypt's New Kingdom, this was where creation began.Read More
Tutankhamun's golden mask goes in for restoration - to fix the last restoration.Read More
The moment Anubis brings Sennedjem's mummy back to life.Read More
Today is the summer solstice. Here the sunrise appears through the central axis of Karnak Temple.Read More
Tutankhamun hits the small screen in July. Will it be awesome?Read More
Tutankhamun's grandmother remembered.Read More
Explore the beautiful 'Sun Court' of Amenhotep III after dark.Read More
A whole new way to experience the New Kingdom pharaohs' sacred burial ground.Read More
Is it safe to visit Egypt?Read More
The Karnak Temple attack takes us back 5,000 years.Read More
There are some sun temples out there somewhere.Read More
This is going to be bad news for cat lovers.Read More
In 760 B.C. the 'Black Pharaohs' decided that Egypt needed saving - from itself.Read More
Why these 3,000 year-old fakes were just as good as the real thing.Read More
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Pictured is a Princess of Amarna, one of Akhenaten's six daughters, displaying the elegant sensuality that is characteristic of the later years of the king's rule. Today the statue is in the Louvre, Paris.