NILE MAGAZINE BACK ISSUES
2019

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NILE #21. SEPT-OCT 2019. THE ONE WITH KIYA’S CANOPIC JAR ON THE COVER

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NILE #21. Sept-Oct 2019 - Single issue
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Women of Power and Influence: Part 3
The final article in a three-part series on the remarkable royal women of ancient Egypt who, out of duty or ambition, stepped beyond the ancient world’s traditional roles and shaped Egypt’s history. 

The Enigmatic Mummy from KV 55: Part 2
When tomb KV 55 was discovered in 1907, a crumbling mummy was found inside that has perplexed Egyptologists ever since. Who was it? The answer promises to identify the father of Tutankhamun.

Avaris
The third chapter of a five-part series on royal residences in the Nile Delta. This time, it’s Avaris: the city of the Hyksos 'invaders'.

Belzoni
Showman, strongman, engineer, excavator of tombs and temples, mover of massive masterpieces—Giovanni Belzoni left a legacy in Egyptology that was, in every conceivable way, large!

From Gurob to the Getty
“Put simply, if Helen of Troy’s face launched a thousand ships, then at present the Gurob model is the nearest we can approach to that ship type” (Shelley Wachsmann, 2018). A new exhibition at the Petrie Museum examines a unique model found at Gurob in the Faiyum.

Egyptian Art Reconstructed
A new feature to NILE Magazine where you can experience ancient tomb and temple reliefs as they looked when they were brand new.

 Plus lots more! Enjoy your Nile time.

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NILE #20. JUNE-JULY 2019. THE ONE WITH HATSHEPSUT ON THE COVER

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NILE #20. June-July 2019 - Single issue
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Women of Power and Influence: Part 2
The second article in a three-part series on the remarkable royal women of ancient Egypt who, out of duty or ambition, stepped beyond the ancient world’s traditional roles and shaped Egypt’s history.

A New Temple at Abydos
This issue’s ARCE Update highlights the discovery of a temple palace of Ramesses II, which forever changes the archaeological landscape of Abydos.

River Spirit
The incredible photography of Chester Higgins highlights some of the shared cultural legacies between the ancient people who made up the empires of Aksum (modern Ethiopia), Kush (Sudan) and Kemet (Egypt).

New Light on the Bent Pyramid
A new photogrammetric survey of Sneferu’s Bent Pyramid at Dahshur was carried out in 2018. The data collected provided significant and valuable new information about the construction of the monument.

A Royal Affair
The Ptolemies were as ruthless as they were incestuous. In this particular dynasty, the end always justified the means. Diana T. Nikolova looks at Ptolemies VI and VIII (and Cleopatras II and III), and their cosy-yet-murderous relationships.

The Enigmatic Mummy from KV 55: Part 1
 When tomb KV 55 was discovered in 1907, a crumbling mummy was found inside  that has perplexed Egyptologists ever since. Who was it? The answer promises to identify the father of Tutankhamun.

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NILE #19. APRIL-MAY 2019. THE ONE WITH A TALL, DARK AND HANDSOME TUTANKHAMUN ON THE COVER

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NILE #19. April-May 2019 - Single issue
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Tutankhamun's Treasures
After wowing sellout crowds in Los Angeles, Tutankhamun’s world tour continues. This time, the blockbuster exhibition hits Paris. We take a close look at more of the stunning pieces from Tutankhamun’s tomb.

Women of Power and Influence
The first article in a three-part series on the remarkable royal women of ancient Egypt who, out of duty or ambition, stepped beyond the ancient world’s traditional roles and shaped Egypt’s history.

Queens of Egypt
A new National Geographic exhibition in Washington, D.C., showcases Egypt’s powerful women: from the founding queen of the New Kingdom, Ahmose-Nefertari, to Egypt’s last queen and reigning pharaoh, Cleopatra.

A New Tomb & A New Queen
Excavations at South Saqqara have unearthed a fabulously-decorated 5th Dynasty tomb. The Egyptian-Czech mission has also discovered the owner of a large pyramid there; it belongs to a previously unknown queen!

Bubastis
The history and development of the city of Bubastis, the main cult centre of the cat goddess Bastet.

Hatnub and the Great Pyramid
How research by Roland Enmarch led to a discovery that could offer clues to how the Great Pyramid was constructed.

Marsh Birds of the Gods
The last article in a four-part series on bird symbolism in ancient Egypt. Lesley Jackson takes a look at the waterbirds that inhabited Egypt’s marshes.

Plus, the Nile Crossword and lots more! Enjoy!

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NILE #18. FEBRUARY-MARCH 2019. THE ONE WITH RAMESSES II ON THE COVER

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NILE #18. February-March 2019 - Single issue
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2018's Top Discoveries
Ancient Egypt made plenty of headlines last year: from the Big Black Sarcophagus, to the revelation that there was no hidden chamber in Tutankhamun's tomb after all. But what were the most significant discoveries of the year?

Discovering Abu Simbel
A brilliantly-illustrated, guided tour.

Is Ramesses III overrated?
Ramesses III is sometimes described as Egypt’s last great pharaoh. So why did his reign end in murder and an attempted coup?

The Bent Pyramid
It’s one of Egypt’s oldest pyramids, and still one of the least understood. Why the bend? Why the two entrances? Some of the answers are in this issue.

Animals in Magic and Medicine
The ancient Egyptians were famous for their medical knowledge. Did they learn it initially from observing animals  (and sacrificing them)?

Ptolemy I
The Ptolemaic Dynasty is famed for its last ruler, Queen Cleopatra VII. But what do we know about  the man who created it?

Plus, the Nile Crossword and lots more! Enjoy!

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