The sandstone object was erected by a pharaoh during military campaigns and is over six feet tall. The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities announced this Monday the identification of a stone plaque that is at least 2,600 years old and contains numerous hieroglyphs. Galileo magazine passed on information about
An archaeological project by the Municipality of Amadora unveiled the face of an inhabitant of Amadora when she was still a Roman. A reenactment that can be followed on video. More than 2000 years ago, Amadora was of the Romans, a people who left much more than their fingerprints there.
During the 4th and 3rd centuries BC, the Romans met the Greeks who were installed in the southern region of what is now Italy since the 8th century BC In addition to some conflicts and exchanges of goods, these two peoples exchanged, or rather, began to exchange something equally important
Researchers and radiologists at the University of Cairo, Egypt, seem to be increasingly close to discovering the origin of the mysterious “screaming mummy”, discovered in 1881 near Luxor and one of the most valuable objects of investigation in the last 140 years. With a frightening appearance, the fossil dated around
The pyramid may represent an important step in a pharaoh’s quest to build the ‘perfect’ pyramid. At the necropolis of Dahshūr, an ancient Egyptian burial site on the west bank of the Nile, stands an odd-looking pyramid dating back some 4,600 years. Known as the “Bent Pyramid” because it boasts a