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Ancient Egypt: Soldier’s Tomb Discovered in Luxor (Upper Kemet)

A tomb belonging to a soldier called Djehuty Shed Sou has been discovered in Dra’ Abu el-Naga, a site located on the West Bank of Luxor city the ancient Thebes, the historical and religious capital of Kemet in Upper Kemet. The information has been announced by the Minister of Antiquities Khaled el Anani. According to …

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Ancient Egypt: African Scholars Debunk The Latest Genetic Studies

In 2017, a team of scholars suggested, based largely on the results of an ancient DNA study of later period remains from northern Egypt, that the ‘ancient Egyptians’ (AE) as an entity came from Asia (the Near East, NE), and that modern Egyptians “received additional sub-Saharan African (SSA) admixtures in recent times” after the latest …

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Ancient Egypt: How to Spot Manipulations. Analysis of Latest Discoveries

Last Sunday, Discovery Channel broadcasted a two-hour special presented by the “explorer” Josh Gates and the Egyptian Egyptologist Zahi Hawass. As expected they have unveiled the mummy of an individual who lived in Kemet. According to the information they gave us, it is the mummy of a high priest. The day before the show, we …

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Ancient Egypt: New Queen discovered in a 5th dynasty Tomb

An Egyptian archaeological mission has discovered the tomb of a Fifth Dynasty dignitary named Khuwy during an excavation and documentation survey carried out in south Saqqara, and has also discovered the name of the queen to whom a pyramid complex in the area belonged. The tomb consists of a superstructure with an L-shaped offering chamber, …

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Ancient Egypt: Medu Neter Inscriptions Found at a Mining Site

Archaeologists have uncovered more than 100 ancient inscriptions carved into rock at Wadi el-Hudi, where the ancient Egyptians mined amethyst. In addition to the carved-rock inscription, the researchers also found 14 stele (inscriptions carved on a stone slab or pillar) and 45 ostraca (inscriptions written on pieces of pottery). Analysis of the newfound inscriptions is underway. So …

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Ancient Egypt: 3000 Year Old Port Used By Builders Found

Archaeologists in Egypt have discovered a 3,000-year-old port where stones were transported to be used in the building of temples and obelisks. The Antiquities Ministry said Tuesday the port was located near the Gebel el-Silsila archaeological site in upper Egypt, near the southern city of Aswan. It says the port dates back to the 18th dynasty, which …

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These West African Kings Could be Directly Related to Pharaohs

Kemet, land of pharaohs and pyramid builders. Those kings who controlled the world during millennia and whose culture and influence can still be felt in today’s cultures. Did they know that their greatness will create so many trouble among people more than 2000 years after the fall of their Kingdoms? It became the source of …

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