NILE #12 on PDF. February-March 2018

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NILE #12 on PDF. February-March 2018

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The Nile Top 5. The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities described 2017 as “the year of discoveries,” and it’s pretty hard to disagree. What were the Top 5 discoveries of 2017?

King Tut: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh. The young pharaoh’s world tour begins in May—and it’s a big one. We feature spectacular photographs of some of the key pieces from the exhibition.

Did Cleopatra really die of a snake bite? Or were snakes involved in another, more subtle way?

Aidan Dodson’s The Royal Tombs of Ancient Egypt. In this issue, the
pyramids get smaller, but the funerary complexes grow as we enter the final two dynasties of the Old Kingdom: the 5th and 6th.

Three things that might surprise you about Giovanni Belzoni, the sarcophagus of Seti I and Sir John Soane. Plus, we discover the original beauty of Seti I’s tomb via an incredible recreation at the Antikenmuseum Basel.

Snakes weren’t always the bad guys. In ancient Egypt, they were often revered. So what happened?

Thutmose IV is often forgotten, sandwiched as he is by the great warrior king Amenhotep II, and the “sun king”, Amenhotep III. Yet it may be that Thutmose's legacy outshone them both. Would there have been an Akhenaten without a Thutmose IV?

Plus, The Quiz and lots more. Enjoy your Nile time!

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