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Archaeologists in Egypt have unearthed an ancient gymnasium that dates back to the third century B.C. The site is the first ever gym found in Egypt dating back to the ancient Helle...
Egypt displays previously unseen King Tut artifacts - SFGate
-SFgate - Wed Nov 15 13:01:10 EST 2017
An Ancient Egyptian artefact, gold sheet depicting Tutankhamun smites a Nubian captive in the presence of Queen Ankhesenamun, displayed in a glass case during the opening of the ex...
Ancient Greek Gymnasium From 2,300 Years Ago Discovered In Egypt
-International Business Times - Tue Nov 07 22:57:37 EST 2017
Archaeologists in Egypt have unearthed an ancient gymnasium that dates back to the third century B.C., which falls in the ancient Hellenistic or Greek period. The discovery was mad...
Archeologists discover ancient gymnasium near Egypt's Cairo
-Fox News - Mon Nov 06 04:08:30 EST 2017
CAIRO –  Egypt's antiquities ministry says archaeologists have discovered remnants of an ancient gymnasium dating back about 2,300 years, from the Hellenistic period. The disc...
CAIRO (AP) — Egypt's antiquities ministry says archaeologists have discovered remnants of an ancient gymnasium dating back about 2,300 years, from the Hellenistic period. The disco...
Archeologists discover ancient gymnasium near Egypt's Cairo
-Boston Herald - Mon Nov 06 07:05:02 EST 2017
This undated photo released by the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities shows an ancient dining room dating back about 2,300 years, from the Hellenistic period, a discovery made by a G...
Egypt displays previously unseen King Tut artifacts - SFGate
-SFgate - Wed Nov 15 13:01:10 EST 2017
Ancient shields made of wood covered with gesso and gold leaf displayed in a glass case during the exhibition of unseen treasures from King Tut’s tomb. Ancient shields made of wood...
Ink from ancient Egyptian papyri contains copper
-Science Codex - Fri Nov 10 13:10:34 EST 2017
Until recently, it was assumed that the ink used for writing was primarily carbon-based at least until the fourth and fifth centuries AD. But in a new University of Copenhagen stud...
Previously unseen treasures from King Tut's tomb on display
-CBS News - Wed Nov 15 16:09:06 EST 2017
CAIRO -- Egypt opened an exhibition on Wednesday to display previously unseen treasures from King Tutankhamun's famed tomb.  At least 55 pieces of fabric decorated with gold t...
Ancient Egyptian Ink From Papyri Manuscripts Had Copper, X-ray Microscopy Reveals
-International Business Times - Mon Nov 13 01:57:25 EST 2017
A team of researchers from the University of Copenhagen conducted a study analyses of 2,000-year-old papyri fragments with X-ray microscopy which show that black ink used by Egypti...
Recently we learned that the famous Giza Pyramid, the oldest of the Seven Wonders of the World, had a secret chamber, lost to antiquity. You can read all about how scientists used ...
In travel, fear is rarely where you think you'll find it
-Los Angeles Times - Wed Nov 08 10:08:40 EST 2017
"You're going to Egypt? With all the terrorism?" my friends and family asked when I announced I would be traveling to that country in northeastern Africa. I understood their concer...
Remains of the pregnant woman's fetus bones in her pelvis can be seen in this photo. She was in her first trimester when she died.  (Photo courtesy Central Timna Valley Projec...
Archaeologists discover 'masterpiece' sealstone in Greek tomb
-Fox News - Wed Nov 08 07:09:06 EST 2017
It took more than a year to wipe the limestone crust off a 1.4-inch-long stone found in an ancient tomb in Greece, but it would have been time well spent even if it took twice as l...
Scans of Egyptian pyraminds lead to...
-KARE11 - Tue Nov 07 07:21:20 EST 2017
Sven Sundgaard was in Egypt just this past June and connected with his friend and Egyptologist, Walid El-Batouty (also a Deputy Minister of Tourism for Egypt now) who shared news o...
The newly discovered chamber deep in Egypt's Great Pyramid of Giza appears to have long been built into "Assassin's Creed: Origins". How did the game developers predict the existen...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Scientists using an imaging method based on cosmic rays have detected a large and enigmatic internal structure in the last of the Seven Wonders of the Ancien...
Exploring Egypt's Great Pyramid from the inside, virtually
-Reuters - Tue Nov 07 10:29:49 EST 2017
PARIS (Reuters) - A team of scientists who last week announced the discovery of a large void inside the Great Pyramid of Giza have created a virtual-reality tour that allows users ...
Altaïr Ibn-La’Ahad, the hero of the first Assassin’s Creed, was missing a finger. It was a traditional hallmark of the members of his order, but it only took until the very next in...
How taming cows and horses sparked inequality across the ancient world
-Science Magazine - Wed Nov 15 10:11:08 EST 2017
“Nobody has tried to do this before—take this very broad view and see if there are significant differences between the Old World and the New World,” says historian Walter Scheidel ...
PC players have complained of "Assassin's Creed: Origins" CPU usage going as high as 100 percent. The problem has been attributed to the game's anti-piracy measures, but Ubisoft ha...
Why all eyes are on the Louvre Abu Dhabi
-CNN - Fri Nov 10 04:08:34 EST 2017
On Saturday, the Louvre Abu Dhabi will open its doors to the public, more than 10 years after France agreed to loan the name of the Louvre to the United Arab Emirates as part of a ...
Here's a little thing someone noticed while playing Assassin's Creed: Origins. PC Gamer reporter Andy Kelly found a work camp on a dry lake bed somewhere in the game: upon closer i...
Were there camels in Roman Britain? Archaeological evidence indicates that camels were used across the Roman empire well into the early medieval period. As historian Cait...
Carved into a sandstone cliff on the edge of a bygone river in the Arabian Desert, a hunter draws his bow for the kill. He is accompanied by 13 dogs, each with its own coat marking...
Reaching out towards the past in Assassins Creed Origins
-Euro Gamer - Fri Nov 10 13:58:44 EST 2017
Editor's note: Once a month we invite the wonderful Gareth Damian Martin, editor of Heterotopias, to show us what proper writing about games looks like before we shoo him away for ...
Math at the Met
-Scientific American - Thu Nov 16 10:05:37 EST 2017
The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City—known worldwide and hereinafter as "the Met"—is the largest art museum in the United States, and one of the ten largest in the world...
This week, an international team of scientists published new research that used muon radiography imaging to locate a void in the Great Pyramid of Khufu. While the technique is gett...
As President Donald Trump returned home Tuesday after a five-nation, 13-day tour of Asia, the region took stock of the lasting effects he left behind. Here's how the tenuous relati...
When the Museum of the Bible opens this weekend, it will set a new standard for how this country’s museums fuse entertainment and education. The $500 million, privately funded...
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