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Ancient Egypt: Cemetery dating back to pre-dynastic era discovered

The Ministry of Antiquities’ mission working in Ismailia’s Hassan Dawood archaeological area revealed a part of a multi-layered cemetery dating back to the Roman, Greek, and pre-dynastic eras. Head of Egyptian Antiquities Sector Ayman Ashmawy explained that the discovered part is a multi-layered cemetery, whose upper layers consist of mass graves of mud-bricks from the …

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Ancient Egypt: What Was The True Relationship Between Kush And Kemet?

Most Egyptologists use the term Nubian to refer to the Kingdom of Kush, which is the territory located south of Kemet. But the same Egyptologists also use the word Nubian to describe any representation that has the appearance of an indigenous African person or individuals with what some call “Negroid features”. And that practice creates …

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A Real Archaeologist Reacts to Egyptology Reality-TV Shows

The opening of three Egyptian sarcophagi, or stone coffins, shown live on an American reality-TV program, created a sensation on some social-media and news outlets. For many archaeologists and heritage specialists around the world — and especially those in Egypt — the episode raises serious questions and concerns.  Archaeology as a discipline and Egypt as …

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The Hyksos May Have Conquered Lower Kemet Without Invading it

The Hyksos, this name is known by all the Kemet’s enthusiasts. These mysterious people who invaded the northern part of Kemet. They were a confederacy of nomad Semitic tribes, possibly from Western Asia and they were known from the Kemites as Aamu, but also as Aat-t which means invaders, plague bearers or rebels. Most scholars …

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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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