King Tut's Tomb Could House Remains Of Other Family Members-3

Hidden chambers in King Tut’s tomb could house remains of other family members

Radar scanning of King Tut’s tomb has revealed two hitherto-unknown chambers containing either metal or organic material, Egyptian Antiquities Minister Mamdouh al-Damaty said at a recent press conference. Conducted by Japanese scientist Hirokatsu Watanabu and his team, the survey has uncovered two hidden rooms along the eastern and northern walls of the 3,300-year-old, curse-protected tomb.…

Pharaoh Senebkay Died In Battle 3600 Years Ago_1

Yes, Pharaohs died in battles too – as archaeologists find out!

In terms of history, the Second Intermediate Period pertains to around hundred years (from 1650 BC to 1550 BC) when Ancient Egypt fell into a state of disarray after the so-called invasion of the Hyksos people. As a result, numerous local kingdoms cropped up in different areas of the fertile land - with one of…

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6 amazing things about the Great Pyramid of Giza that still perplex us

The Great Pyramid of Giza from Ancient Egypt has always demanded awe and recognition from us ordinary mortals, and rightly so. The incredible architectural specimen was built in around 2560 BC, and held the record for the world's tallest structure for a whopping 3,800 years with its then-impressive height of 481 ft (146.5 m). But…

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