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Blog Visitas Guiadas Egipto

Cat statues, mummies among large collection unearthed in Saqqara’s animals necropolisGiza tombs of Qar and son Idu open after restorationRoman-era catacomb discovered at Saqqara necropolisIn Photos: Asasif coffins arrive at Grand Egyptian Museum for displayIn Photos: Tutankhamun’s treasures go on display in London for first time since 1972An Egyptian-German archaeological mission working at Heliopolis Temple in Matariya has uncovered a number of blocks from royal colossi and a huge mud...
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Three thousand years ago, the village of Deir el-Medina in ancient Egypt was home to a community of artisans, all living and working together on the tombs of the Valley of the Kings necropolis. But new evidence has emerged that tombs were not their only creative outlet. Infrared imaging has revealed a range of tattoos on the previously unstudied mummified corpses of seven women. The ink was scattered across their...
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Ptolemaic-era temple discovered in Sohag
Archaeologists have discovered a 2,200-year-old temple in Egypt. It is believed to belong to Ptolemy IV Philopator of the Ptolemaic Kingdom. The structure of the ancient cemetery was found by chance as excavators supplied sewage lines to the village of Kom Ashqaw in the city of Tama, north of Sohag, according to the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities’ posts on its official Facebook page. A team of researchers have uncovered a...
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Discovery Channel will produce three promotional films about the Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM), which is scheduled to open in 2020, the Ministry of Tourism said on Sunday. These films are part of the partnership established by the Tourism Ministry with Discovery announced in September, the ministry said in a statement. The films will be shown on various network channels around the world, before the museum opens to the public, to...
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Three people, at least two of them women, were buried in the city of Luxor some 3,500 years ago. A team of French archeologists has discovered their coffins in the necropolis of al-Asasif, complete with original paint. Egyptian authorities on Wednesday confirmed the latest archeological discovery to come from the ancient city of Luxor— three painted wooden coffins bearing hieroglyphic writings. “The coffins are dated to 18th dynasty (1550-1295 BC) and...
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