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This slab is one of five known examples which may have once been a screen wall in a temple though the location of that temple is vague. The slab was found reused in Alexandria and appears to be one of the British Museum's ear...
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This is a short article to announce funding for a study of hundreds of gold sheets found in this box in the storage of the Cairo Museum. The contents originally were found in Egypt's Valley of the Kings controversial tomb KV5...
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The Destruction of a Temple Monument
tim-theegyptians.blogspot.com

This slab is one of five known examples which may have once been a screen wall in a temple though the location of that temple is vague. The

Berman's Art Fair
sarasniderhan.blogspot.com

Opening night- Toronto International Art Fair- between my favourite Berman painting ever and my portrait of her R.Boil on panel24"x30"2010Wo

PickleBoy on the Job
rachelberman.blogspot.com

That's a picture of me Pickle boy, the lift operator bringing guests to the Pickle show June 21 and 22, 1997. My memory slips me though I do

The Lady of the House
tim-theegyptians.blogspot.com

"The day of bringing King Usermaatre-Septenre, the great god out of this tomb of King Menmaatre- Setymer(en)ptah that he might be taken into

The Mummy on the Boat
tim-theegyptians.blogspot.com

In the summer 2012 issue of KMT magazine we find on pages 34 and 35 images recently found in Milan's Egyptology archives. One photograph of

Unknown Man "E"
tim-theegyptians.blogspot.com

This is the mummy I hear called Pentaware but better known as "Unknown man E". Many of the last one hundred and twenty five years most famou

Tomb of Djehutynakht
tim-theegyptians.blogspot.com

I have long been fascinated by tomb 10a at El Bersha, the tombs occupant a governor named Djehutynakht was buried in what may be the finest

Tuesday's Egyptian: Looking for Amenia
tim-theegyptians.blogspot.com

This statue is of the last king of ancient Egypt's 18Th Dynasty, Horemheb, who reigned from about 1323-1295 BC. The statue was found at his

The Stela of Pasi
tim-theegyptians.blogspot.com

In Berlin stands an Amarna period limestone stela/ DDR 17813, the stela is only 21.7 cm in height and in sunk relief, it portrays two kings

Unearthing Egypt's Greatest Temple
tim-theegyptians.blogspot.com

The mortuary temple of the 18Th Dynasty King Amenhotep III must have been quite the most sumptuous ever created. This king's reign was an ar

Interior of the Sarcophagus of Nectanebo II
tim-theegyptians.blogspot.com

This is the left side interior looking towards the foot of the sarcophagus of Nectanebo II which was later drilled to be a ritual bath at th

Frankenstein c.1910
thearchaeologicalreview.blogspot.com

An old favorite for Halloween, I love the birth of the monster. Happy Halloween!

Great fakes #1: The Getty Kouros
thearchaeologicalreview.blogspot.com

A now famous Greek statue of youth was purchased by the trustees of the Getty museum from a Swiss dealer for 7 million dollars in 1983, the

Amarna, Autumn News for 2013 by Barry Kemp and Anna Stevens
egyptology.blogspot.com

"The continuing uncertainty about security in Middle Egypt has meant a modification to the autumn plans for working at Amarna. At the end of

Animal Tombs in the Valley of Kings
tim-theegyptians.blogspot.com

In 1906 archaeologist Edward Ayrton discovered and excavated three tombs in Egypt's "Valley of the Kings". When he entered tomb KV50 he foun