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BIBLICAL EXODUS: ARCHAEOLOGISTS DISCOVER REMAINS OF EGYPTIAN ARMY IN RED SEA

It has been alleged that a team of underwater archaeologists has discovered the remains of a large Egyptian Army from the 14th century BC, at the bottom of the Gulf of Suez. This location is about 1.5 kilometers offshore from the modern city of Ras Gharib. This news was announced by Egypt’s Antiquities Ministry.  RED SEA CROSSING The team was originally searching for the remains of ancient ships and artifacts related to the Stone Age and Bronze Age trade in the Red Sea area, but instead, they stumbled upon a…

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UFO 

UFO And Alien Egyptian Artifacts Discovered In Jerusalem Kept Secret By Rockefeller Museum

Alien and UFO circles are abuzz with claims of remarkable ancient Egyptian artifacts discovered in the former Jerusalem home of the famous Egyptologist Sir William Petrie, items that “could rewrite ancient Egyptian history” and indeed the history of the world. A YouTube video released by the website Paranormal Crucible purports to show ancient Egyptian sculpture artifacts originally found in the “Giza complex,” but reportedly taken away from Petrie’s Jerusalem home by representatives of the Rockefeller Archaeological Museum shortly after they were found. According to the Shepard Ambellas, editor-in-chief of the “alternative news” website…

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Ancient Egyptian woman’s face reconstructed from her mummified head

There is more to a serene Ancient Egyptian face than her fine-features suggest. Researchers (from multiple faculties) at the University of Melbourne have combined avenues like medical research, forensic science, CT scanning and Egyptology, to recreate the visage of Meritamun (‘beloved of the god Amun’), an Ancient Egyptian woman who lived at least 2,000 years ago. And the interesting part is – the scientists only had access to Meritamun’s mummified head, which on analysis alludes to how she met her demise at a young age of 18 to 25. But…

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HISTORY 

Researchers confirm: Giant Ancient Egyptian underground Labyrinth exists and could rewrite history

The Incredible Ancient Egyptian underground Labyrinth has been found and confirmed by has been suppressed by mainstream history. It can be easily considered as one of the greatest discoveries of Ancient Egypt, yet only a few know about the existence of the incredible underground Labyrinth of Egypt, believed to hold countless answers to history itself. We have all known how special the Pyramid of the Giza Plateau are, and we have all been extremely fascinated behind the enigmatic origin of these Pyramids but there are places in Egypt that are…

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ARCHAELOGY 

3,800-Year-Old ‘Tableau’ of Egyptian Boats Discovered

More than 120 images of ancient Egyptian boats have been discovered adorning the inside of a building in Abydos, Egypt. The building dates back more than 3,800 years and was built near the tomb of pharaoh Senwosret III, archaeologists reported. The tableau, as the series of images is called, would have looked upon a real wooden boat said Josef Wegner, a curator at the Penn Museum at the University of Pennsylvania, who led the excavation. Only a few planks remain of the wooden boat, which would have been constructed at…

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Ancient Egyptian Stories Will Be Published in English for the First Time

While people may view inscriptions in Greek or Latin as pretty, they still recognize their merit as text. Indeed, writings from ancient Greece and Rome are revered and considered classics of Western literature. Egyptian hieroglyphics, however, are often seen as mere decoration. Sometimes, the characters are literally used as wallpaper. One reason is that schoolchildren and classicists alike have read Greek and Latin widely for centuries. But hieroglyphics and the stories they tell have remained accessible only to a handful of trained scholars. That’s one reason Penguin Classics has published…

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ARCHAELOGY 

Was This Ancient Egyptian Prince the World’s First Archaeologist?

Ramesses II was a pretty legendary pharaoh. He lived to be 90, was great at spreading military propaganda, and had over 100 children. One of those kids was Prince Khaemwaset, who honored his country’s heritage by restoring monuments (while his dad plastered his own name all over previous kings’ statues). Needless to say, Khaemwaset was a true #ThrowbackThursday before it was really cool. Khaemwaset was a son of Ramesses and one of his most important wives, Isetnofret. She produced four children, including Khaemwaset, another son named Ramesses, a daughter named…

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