NILE #19. April-May 2019 - Single issue

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Nile 19, Cover 1A.jpg

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!

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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