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May 14 - 20, 2009: What's Going on in Luxor? [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Jill Kamil


May 13, 2009: Swiss Historian Claims Bust of Queen Nefertiti of Egypt in Berlin is a Fake [from Swiss Info] by Robert Brookes


May 12, 2009: Nefertiti Bust May Be 100 Years Old, Not 3,000 [from Bloomberg] by Martin Gayford


May 9, 2009: Nefertiti Bust May Be a Fake [from CBC - Canada]


May 9, 2009: Ancient Garrison Unearthed in Egypt [from Telstra BigPond]


May 8, 2009: 'Fake' Claims Over Nefertiti Bust [from BBC News]


May 8, 2009: Sinai Fort May Hold Clues to Ancient Egypt Defenses [from Yahoo!Xtra New - New Zealand and Reuters]


May 8, 2009: Ancient Garrison Unearthed in Egypt [from Telstra BigPond News]


May 7, 2009: Egyptian Inscriptions Used to Map Other Ancient Military Outposts [from redOrbit]


May 7, 2009: Is This Nefertiti - or a 100-Year-Old Fake? [from Guardian - UK] by Kate Connolly


May 5, 2009: Travel to the Tombs of Ancient Egypt with Musée de la Civilisacion [from Inventorspot] by Austin Keenan


May 5, 2009: Famed Nefertiti Bust 'A Fake' [from TODAY Online and Agence France Press]


May 4, 2009: Mummified Puppy Found in Egyptian Tomb [from MSNBC and Discovery] by Jennifer Viegas


May 4, 2009: Scientists Use Chemistry to Identify Herbs In Egyptian Medicines [from Toledo Blade and Philadelphia Inquirer] by Tom Avril


May 1, 2009: Ancient Egypt Temples Found at Gateway Fortress [from National Geographic]


May 1, 2009: Cleopatra - the Backstory [from Global Post] by Theodore May


April 30 - May 6, 2009: Pyramids on the Mind [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online]


April 30, 2009: Egypt Retrieves 454 Ancient Artifacts From Eton's Myers Museum [from Bloomberg] by Mahmoud Kassem and Emad Mekay


April 30, 2009: Ancient Egypt Brought to Life With Virtual Model of Historic Temple Complex [from Science Daily and UCLA] by Caroline Blackborn


April 28, 2009: Museum's Egyptian Mummies - Visit to HUP For CT Scanning [from University of Pennsylvania's Almanac]


April 27, 2009: Egyptians Open An Oasis Burial Site [from North Jersey and Associated Press] by Hadeel Al-Shalchi


April 27, 2009: Ancient Mummies Found In Egypt [from My Stateline]


April 27, 2009: Mummies the Word at Egypt Dig Site [from Channel 4 News and Independent Television]


April 27, 2009: New Burial Site Unearthed in Egypt [from Toronto Sun and Associated Press]


April 26, 2009: Cache of Mummies Unearthed at Egypt's Lahun Pyramid [from Yahoo! News and Reuters] by Cynthia Johnston


April 26, 2009: Mummies Unveiled At Egyptian Dig [from Daily Breeze and Associated Press]


April 27, 2009: Neferiti's "Hidden Face" Proves Berlin Bust is Not Hilter's Fake [from Earth Times]


April 26, 2009: Mysticism of Egypt Draws Spiritual Seekers [from The Columbus Dispatch and Associated Press] by Jessica Desvarieux


April 24, 2009: Festival Features Art and Culture of Ancient Egypt [from Shreveport Times] by Vickie Welborn


April 23 - 29, 2009: Painted History - Remains of Largest Egyptian Temple Yet Found in Sinai Have Been Uncovered in Qantara [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


April 23 - 29, 2009: Through Spanish Eyes: Over 12 Decades of Excavation in Egypt by Spanish Archaeologists [from Al-Ahram] by Nevine El-Aref


April 22, 2009: Scientists Bring Ancient Egypt to Life With Virtual Model of Historic Temple Complex [from Physorg]


April 22, 2009: Festival Celebrates Ancient Egypt [from NWLA News and Press-Herald]


April 22, 2009: Ancient Egyptian Temples Discovered [from Calcutta News]


April 22, 2009: Four Ancient Emples Unearthed in Sinai [from Lost Angeles Times]


April 22, 2009: Ancient Egyptian Temples Unearthed in New Find [from ABC News] by Anne Barker


April 21, 2009: 4 New Egyptian Temples Discovered in Sinai [from CBS News and Associated Press]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2] [3] [4]


April 21, 2009: Egypt Finds Mud Brick Pharaonic Temple in Sinai [from Yahoo! News and Reuters]


April 21, 2009: Team's Recreation of Ancient Karnak Brings History of Pharaohs to Life [from UCLA Today] by Meg Sullivan


April 21, 2009: Carvings Shed Light on Egypt Dark Age [from Gulf Times and Agence France Press]


April 21, 2009: Science Channel's Egypt's Mystery Chamber Reveals New, Significant Information About the Mummification of Pharaohs That May Rewrite This Aspect of Ancient Egyptian History [from Yahoo! Finance]


April 21, 2009: Drawn to Egypt's Sacred Sites [from Canoe - Canada and Associated Press] by Jessica Desvarieux


April 21, 2009: New Carvings Shed Light on Pharaoh's Dark Age [from Yahoo! News - Canada and Agence France Presse]


April 20, 2009: Cleopatra Tomb Site Found? [from National Geographic]


April 20, 2009: Age-Old Remedies - Penn Scientists Are Using Chemistry to Learn Identity of Herbs Egyptians Mixed With Wine to Make Medicines [from The Philadelphia Inquirer] by Tom Avril


April 20, 2009: Tombs of Doomed Lovers Close [from Stuff - UK] by Thomas H Maugh II


April 19, 2009: Coins, Mummies, and Statues Point to Cleopatra Tomb [from Idaho Press-Tribune and Associated Press]


April 19, 2009: Ancient Treasures May Point to Cleopatra's Tomb [from CBC News]


April 17, 2009: Ancient Egypt Mystery Possibly Solved - a video [from WishTV8]


April 17, 2009: Egyptian Show Springboard to Forum on Life After Death [from The Columbus Dispatch] by Meredith Heagney


April 17, 2009: Researchers May Have Found Cleopatra's Final Resting Place [from The Malaysian Insider and Reuters]


April 16, 2009: Museum Brings Egyptian Art to Columbus [from The Lantern] by Gabrial Schuman


April 16, 2009: Egypt to Search Three Sites For Cleopatra, Mark Antony Tombs [from Texarkana Gazette and Associated Press]


April 15, 2009: Archaeologists Search Egypt For Antony and Cleopatra's Tomb [from Earth Times] by Rebecca Santana


April 15, 2009: Egypt to Search 3 Sites Near Alexandria For Cleopatra's Tomb [from Yahoo! News and Associated Press]


April 15, 2009: Egypt to Search 3 Sites For Cleopatra's Tomb [from The Associated Press and Google] by Rebecca Santana


April 14, 2009: Egypt's Oldes Wines Were Spiked With Meds [from New Kerala]


April 14, 2009: Medicinal Wine Found in Egyptian Tomb [from The Times Leader and Associated Press] by Ron Todt


April 13, 2009: Pharaoh's Wine Jar Yields Medicinal Secrets [from KTVN - Reno] by Ed Edelson


April 13, 2009: Pharaoh's Wine Jar Yields Medicinal Secrets [from KTVN - Reno] by Ed Edelson


April 13, 2009: Herbs Added to 5,100-Year-Old Egyptian Wine [from News Now and Associated Presse]


April 13, 2009: Mummies Found in Ancient Egypt Burial Chamber [from Yahoo! 7 News - Australia and Agence France Presse]


April 12, 2009: Egypt Discovers Mummies in 4,000-Year-Old Necropolis in Fayoum [from Bloomberg] by Mahmoud Kassem


April 9, 2009: Egypt's She-King [from WBUR and NPR - On Point] by Tom Ashbrook


April 9 - 15, 2009: Royal Makeover - Legendary Beauty Nefertiti May Have Had Wrinkles After All [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


April 8: Russian Archaeologists Discover Golden-Masked Mummies in Egypt [from RIA Novosti]


April 8, 2009: Hidden Face in Nefertiti Bust Examined With CT Scan [from Science Daily]


April 6, 2009: Egypt to Open Chambers of So-Called "Bent" Pyramid to Tourists [from Canoe - Canada and Associated Press] by Paul Schemm


April 4, 2009: Ancient Emblaming Bed Used to Prepare Deceased For Mummification Found in Egypt [from New Kerala]


April 2, 2009: Variations on an Enigma: Recent Discoveries at KV Have Changed Understanding of the Most Intriguing Archaeological Site [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


April 2 - 8, 2009: Folding Bed - An Embalming Bed Used By Egyptians To Prepare Deceased Has Been Discovered By Chance in Luxor [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


April 1, 2009: Scan Shows Ancient Royal Has Two Faces [from The Scotsman] by Patrick McGroarty


April 1, 2009: Beauty of Nile Unmasked - Wrinkles and All [from the Independent] by Tony Paterson


April 1, 2009: CT Imaging Used to Examine Hidden Face in Nefertiti Bust [from New Kerala]


April 1, 2009: Researchers in Germany Used Computed Tomography to Examine Hidden Face in Nefertiti [from Art Daily]


April 1, 2009: The Hidden Face of Nefertiti - a slideshow [from Scientific American] by Kate Wilcox


April 1, 2009: Quest for the Tomb of Monthemhat in Egypt [from Basque Research]


March 31, 2009: CT Scan Reveals Hidden Face Under Nefertiti Bust [from Yahoo! News and Associated Press] by Patrick McGroarty
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2] [3]


March 31, 2009: Nefertiti Had Two Faces [from Telegraph - UK and Reuters]


March 31, 2009: Nefertiti Got Extreme Makeover [from Middle East Times and Agence France Press]


March 27, 2009: See Inside An Ancient Mummy [from The Sun] by Leon Watson


March 27, 2009: It's A Boy! Hospital Brain Scanner Reveals the Identity of 2,000-Year-Old Egyptian Mummy [from Daily Mail] by Fiona Macrae


March 26 - April 1, 2009: Gates of Heaven: Ancient Egyptian Concepts of This World and the Next on Exhibit at the Louvre [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by David Tresilian


March 25, 2009: Egypt Takes Steps to Preserve Ancient Ruins [from NY1 News] by Valarie D'Elisa


March 25, 2009: Egyptian Queen's Perfume May Be Recreated [from Fox News]


March 25, 2009: Nubia - Lost Civilization of Egypt [from BBC News] by Yolande Knell


March 24, 2009: Giza Pyramids Align Toward City of Sun God [from Discovery News] by Rossella Lorenzi


March 22, 2009: Egypt Asking US to Returns 3,000-Year-Old Coffin Stolen From Tomb [from The Record - Canada, Associated Press, and Canadian Press]


March 22, 2009: Egypt Asks US to Return 'Illegal' Sarchophagus [from Yahoo! News - Canada and Agence France Presse]


March 21, 2009: Egypt Seeking Return of Ancient Coffin From US [from Times of Malta and Reuters]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2]


March 21, 2009: Ancient Egypt Had Modern Tastes For Youth, Beauty [from NY1 News] by Valarie D'Elisa


March 21, 2009: Egyptian Art's Lasting Effect on Swiss Sculptor Displayed [from NewsOK] by Hans Neuerbourg


March 19, 2009: Exhibit Provides An Education in Ancient Egyptian Life [from LexGo] by Mary Meehan


March 19, 2009: Stolen Egyptian Paintings Found After Tipoff [from The Star Online]


March 19, 2009: Nine Paintings Found After Being Stolen From Cairo Museum [from Earth Times]


March 19, 2009: Egypt Unveils Pharaonic "Brain Drain" Bed [from Physorg and AFP]


March 19, 2009: Pyramid Scheme Aims to Lure Tourists to Lesser-Known Spots [from NZ Herald News]


March 19, 2009: Egypt Unveils Pharaonic "Brain Drain" Bed [from IOL and Agence France Presse]


March 17, 2009: 3,500-Year-Old Tomb Discovered in Egypt [from ABC News]


March 18, 2009: Egypt to Open Inner Chamber of Pyramid [from The Hindu]


March 18, 2009: Egypt to Open Inner Chambers of "Bent" Pyramid [from Daily News - Sri Lanka]


March 18, 2009: What Perfumes Did Ancient Egyptians Use? [from Science Daily]


March 18, 2009: Egypt to Open Inner Chambers of "Bent" Pyramid [from Middle East Online]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2] [3]


March 17, 2009: Egyptian's 3,500-Year-Old Tomb Discovered [from Zawya and AFP]


March 16, 2009: German Researchers Aim to Recreate Ancient Egyptian Perfume [from RIA Novosti]


March 16, 2009: 3,500-Year-Old Perfume of Egyptian Pharaoh to be Recreated [from New Kerala]


March 16, 2009: Scientists to Recreate 3,500-Year-Old Egyptian Perfume [from New Kerala]


March 15, 2009: What Scents Did the Ancient Egyptians Use? [from Physorg]


March 15, 2009: Found - the Sister Cleopatra Killed [from Times Online] by Daniel Foggo


March 12 - 18, 2009: What Happened to Pharaoh's Workers [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Jill Kamil


March 12 - 18, 2009: Sailing Like An Egyptian [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


March 10, 2009: Ancient Egyptian Gold Found in Luxor By Spanish Archaeologists [from Bloomberg] by Mahmoud Kassem


March 9, 2009: Sail Like An Egyptian - Oldest Seafaring Ships Ever Found Actually Work [from PopSci] by Jeremy Hsu


March 9, 2009: The Louvre Presents Today The Gates of Heaven - Visions of the World in Ancient Egypt [from Art Daily]


March 7, 2009: Egypt Uncovers Statues of Ancient Pharaoh [from Times of Malta]


March 5, 2009: Amenhotep III Statues Found in Egyptian Temple [from Edmonton and Associated Press]


March 5, 2009: Two Statues of Amenhotep III Found in Egypt [from CBC News and Associated Press]


March 5, 2009: Statues of Ancient Egypt King Found [from Times of Malta]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2]


March 5, 2009: Archaeologists Discover Massive Statues in Egypt [from Earth Times]


March 5, 2009: Two Statues of Amenhotep III Found in Egypt [from CBC News - Canada and Associated Press]


March 5, 2009: Archaeologists in Egypt Discover 2 Statues of an Ancient Pharaoh at Luxor [from Star Tribune and Associated Press]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5]


March 5, 2009: Archaeologists Find Statues of Ancient Egypt King [from Muzi and Reuters] by Alaa Shahine and Phakamisa Ndzamela


March 5, 2009: Archaeologists Discover Massive Statues in Egypt [from the Earth Times]


March 5, 2009: Nefertiti's Home, Part of Berlin "Louvre," Reaches Completion [from Bloomberg] by Catherine Hickley


March 5, 2009: Japanese Archaeologists Find 3,000-Year-Old Tomb in Egypt [from the Daily Star and Agence France Presse]


March 4, 2009: The Great Pyramid PC Would Make Tutankhamun Jealous [from Gizmodo - the Gadget Blog] by Mark Wilson


March 4, 2009: Egypt Yields Another Intriguing Find - Mummy May Be Granddaughter of Ramses II [from Worchester Telegram & Gazette News]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2]


March 4, 2009: Royal Granddaughter's Tomb Found Near Cairo [from Times Online - UK and Agence France Presse]


March 3, 2009: Egypt Discovers Ancient Tomb in Saqqara [from GMA News and Associated Press]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2]


March 3, 2009: Archaeologists Rediscover Lost Egyptian Tomb [from Fox News and Associated Press]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]


March 2, 2009: Ancient Tomb Rediscovered Under Sands of Egypt [from Physorg and Associated Press]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2] [3]




February 26, 2009: Ancient Wooden Sarcophagi Unearthed in Egypt by Japanese Team [from Bloomberg] by Mahmoud Kassem


February 26, 2009: Japanese Mission Discovers Wooden Sarcophagi in Egypt [from the Earth Times]


February 25, 2009: Statue Unearthed at Giza Pyramids [from the Scotsman]


February 25, 2009: International Teaser for Rachel Weisz' Agora [from Coming Soon]


February 22, 2009: Objects Bring Ancient Egypt to Vivid Life [from The Columbus Dispatch] by Jacqueline Hall


February 22, 2009: Mummies Found in Newly Discovered Tomb in Egypt [from Sunday Observer and Associated Press]


February 20, 2009: Archaeologists Uncover Ancient Statues of Pharaohs in Egypt [from New Kerala]


February 19 - 22, 2009: How Deceit Won a Beautiful Woman [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


February 15, 2009: Researchers Dig Through Millennia in the Valley of the Kings [from Science Dailty]


February 12 - 18, 2009: Egypt's First History Book [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Jill Kamil


February 12, 2009: You Can Take it With You - Aspiratios of the Real People Who Became Mummies [from Columbus Alive] by Tracy Zollinger Turner


February 12, 2009: Germans Reject Claim That Nefertiti Was Smuggled Out of Egypt [from the Earth Times]


February 11, 2009: Egypt Unveils Mummy Found in New Tomb [from Fox News and Associated Press]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2]


February 11, 2009: Germans Deceived Egyptians Into Exporting Nefertit Bust [from Deutche Welle]


February 11, 2009: Report Reignites Debate on Pharaoh Bust in Germany [from Yahoo! News - Canada and Agence France Presse]


February 11, 2009: Return of the Mummy [from Channel 4 News] by John Sparks


February 12 - 18, 2009: Egypt Archaeologists Unseal Sarchophagus [from Yahoo! News - Canada]


February 11, 2009: Egypt Discovers 2,600-Year-Old Mummy at Saqqara Burial Site [from Bloomberg - London] by Mahmoud Kassem


February 11, 2009: Egyptian Scientists Open Sarcophaguses Found in Saqqara [from RIA Novosti]


February 11, 2009: Egyptians Tricked Into Allowing Nefertiti Bust to Leave [from the Earth Times]


February 11, 2009: German Guile Won Queen Nefertiti [from BBC News]


February 11, 2009: Secret Note Reveals How Germany Smuggled Queen Nefertiti Bust From Egypt [from Times Online] by Roger Boyes


February 10, 2009: About 20 Egyptian Mummies Found in Ancient Cache [from Yahoo! xtra News and Reuters] by Jonathan Wright


February 10, 2009: Technology Helps Uncover More of Egypt's Ancient Secrets [from the Scotsman]


February 10, 2009: Peering Into the Past - Mummy Scan CT Depicts Elit 3,000-Year-Old Temple Singer [from Chicago Sun-Times] by Andrew Herrmann


February 9, 2009: Ancient Mummy Warehouse Found Deep Beneath Egypt [from National Geographics News and Associated Press] by Maggie Michael
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5]


February 9, 2009: Egyptians Find Chamber With 30 Intact Mummies [from Tristate Homepage]


February 9, 2009: Egypt Archaeologists Discover 30 Mummies in 4,300-Year-Old Tomb [from Bloomberg] by Mahmoud Kassem


February 8, 2009: That Which Was Stolen Shall Be Returned [from The Star] by Hans Werner


February 8, 2009: Mummies Nearest - Museum to Showcase Treasures From Ancient Egypt By Way of Brooklyn [from the Columbus Dispatch] by Bill Eichenberger


February 4, 2009: Fashion Exhibit Inspired by Egyptian Elegance [from Denton Record-Chronicle] by Mira Walker


January 29, 2009: Mummified Unwraps the Mysteries of Ancient Egypt [from the John Hopkins News Letter] by Jon Torres


January 27, 2009: Three Oaks Elementary's Students Find 'Artifacts' During Egyptian Day [from Naples Daily News] by Aaron Hale


January 24, 2009: Virtual Tour Concludes Study of Egypt [from This Week Community News - Johnstown Independent] by Marla K. Kuhlman


January 19, 2009: Gallery - Advanced Painting Techniques in Ancient Egypt [from NewScientist]


January 18, 2009: Antiquities Smuggle Rap Zapped [from New York Post] by Isabel Vincent


January 16, 2009: Antiquities Dealer Caught Smuggling Egyptian Artefacts [from New Kerala]


January 15, 2009: Ancient Egypt With Modern Technology [from CNYLink Local News] by Kelly Cary


January 15, 2009: A Mummy in Brno - Exhibit is a Far Cry From the Real Thing, but Showing Close to Home [from the Prague Post] by Tony Ozuna


January 15, 2009: Antiquities Dealer Arrested Over Egypt Thefts [from Reuters Africa]


January 14, 2009: Ancient Egyptian Cemetery "Bigger Than We Thought" [from the Daily Star]


January 13, 2009: Tut Discovery IDs Famed Mummy's Daddy [from Chicago Sun-Times] by Andrew Herrmann


January 13, 2009: Artifact Identifies King Tut's Father [from United Press International, Inc.]


January 8, 2009: Archaeologists Find Mummy of What May be Egypt Queen (Update 1) [from Bloomberg] by Mahmoud Kassem
Other sources reporting the same story: [1]

January 8, 2009: Mummy Thought to be Queen Seshestet Found in Egypt [from Yahoo! News and Reuters] by Jonathan Wright


January 7, 2009: Ancient Egypt on Display in San Bernardino [from The Sun - San Bernardino and the Inland Empire] by Debbie Pfeiffer


January 4, 2009: Raiders of the Lost Art - Mystery of Ancient Egypt's Nebamun Panels [from the Observer] by Robin McKie


January 1 - 6, 2009: A Fruitful Archaeological Year [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


December 26, 2008: The Year of Archaeological Restorations [from Daily News - Egypt] by Ahmed Maged


December 26, 2008: Accused Mummy Smuggler Frank Bottaro, an Antiquities Dealer [from Herald Sun - Australia] by Aaron Langmaid


December 26, 2008: Australian Found with 2,000-Year-Old Egyptian Artefacts [from the Daily Telegraph] by Aaron Langmaid


December 25, 2008: Archaeologists Use Satellites to Unearth Egypt's Ancient Ruins [from New Kerala]


December 25, 2008: Australian "Mummy Smuggler" Arrested in Cairo [from Middle East Times and Agence France Presse]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1]

December 25, 2008: Ancient Mummy is 1st Patient for New CT Scanner [from Chicago Tribune] by Robert Mitchum


December 25, 2008: Aussie Arrested for "Mummy Smuggling" in Cairo [from the Daily Telegraph]


December 25 - 31, 2008: The Return of Amenhotep III [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


December 24, 2008: Man Accused of Smuggling Mummies [from BBC News]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2]

December 24, 2008: Teacher Arrested for Mummy Smuggling [from MSNBC and Associated Press]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2] [3]


December 24, 2008: Aussie Arrested in Egypt for Mummy Smuggling [from Boston Herald and Associated Press] by Nevine El-Aref


December 23, 2008: Satellites Unearthing Ancient Egyptian Ruins [from CNN.com] by Cameron Tankersley


December 23, 2008: Pair of Tombs Discovered in Egypt [from BBC News]


December 23, 2008: Two 4,300-Year-Old Tombs Unveiled Near Cairo [from The Hindu]


December 23, 2008: Ancient Tombs Unveiled Near Cairo [from Yahoo! 7 News - Australia]


December 23, 2008: Discover the Secrets of Life and Death in Ancient Egypt [from Art Daily]


December 21, 2008: Pharaoh's Head Returned to Egypt [from BBC News]


December 21, 2008: Two Tombs From Egypt's 5th Dynasty Discovered at Saqqara [from The Earth Times]


December 18, 2008: 6th Graders to Showcase Interactive Egyptian Museum [from The Journal News - NY Lower Hudson Valley]


December 17, 2008: King Tut's Father ID'd in Stone Inscription [from Discovery News] by Rossella Lorenzi


December 15, 2008: Museum Mummy Murder Mystery [from Sunday Mercury] by Ben Goldby


December 13, 2008: Egyptian Team Works to Uncover Statue of Pharaoh [from Voice of America News] by Edward Yeranian


December 12, 2008: Museum, COSI Plan Egypt Projects [from the Columbus Dispatch] by Tim Feran


December 9, 2008: The Great Sphinx of Giza Reborn as a Lion in the Desert [from Daily Mail Online]


December 4, 2008: Pathetic Urn-ings for Stolen Artifacts [from New York Post] by Reuven Fenton and Andy Geller


December 3, 2008: US Immigration Officials Plan to Return Stolen Antiquities to Egypt [from Yahoo! Canada and Canada Press]


December 3, 2008: Artifacts Stolen by US Army Pilot Return to Egypt [from Yahoo! News and Associated Press] by Tom Hays


December 3, 2008: Stolen Antiquities Returned From NY to Egypt [from The State and Associated Press] by Tom Hays
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2] [3]


November 27 - December 3, 2008: Open Doors to Sunny Shores: Archaeologists Meet in Cairo to Discuss Intercultural Relations Between Countries of the Region [from Al-Ahram Weekly] by Nevine El-Aref


November 26, 2008: The Saint Louis Art Museum Ka-Nefer Egyptian Mask Saga Continues [from Riverfront Times Blogs - St. Louis] by Tom Finkel


November 24, 2008: St. Louis Museum Proud of its Ancient Mask Purchase, but Egypt Calls it a Steal [from International Herald Tribune and Associated Press]


November 23, 2008: St. Louis Museum Artifact at Center of Antiquities Fight [from Columbian Missourian and Associated Press] by Marjorie Olster
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2]


November 23, 2008: Egypt Faces Obstacles in Recovering Antiquities [from Google News and Associated Press] by Marjorie Olster


November 21, 2008: Screaming Mummy is Murderous Son of Ramses III? [from National Geographic News] by Andrew Bossone


November 20 - 26, 2008: New Pyramid Found at Saqqara [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


November 20, 2008: Ancient Egypt Coming Inland - the Petrie Museum Hosts Largest Collection of Egyptian Antiquities [from the Press Enterprise - San Bernardino County] by Kreutzer


November 20, 2008: Very Ancient Pyramid Unearthed in Egypt [from the Hindu]


November 17, 2008: Ancient Glory Still Felt in Modern Egypt [from International Herald Tribune] by Michael Slackman


November 14, 2008: Great Pyramid Mystery to be Solved by Hidden Room? [from National Geographic News] by Brian Handwerk


November 14, 2008: Pyramid Built For Ancient Queen Discovered in Egypt [from Times of Malta and Reuters] by Will Rasmussen


November 13, 2008: Screaming Man "Led Plot Against Pharaoh" [from Evening Standard] by Rashid Razaq


November 13, 2008: Egypt Says Has Found Pyramid Built For Ancient Queen [from Nine O'Clock and Reuters]


November 12, 2008: Ancient Pyramid Found Beneath Sands of Egypt [from Seattle Times Newspaper] by Jeffrey Fleishman


November 12, 2008: 4,300-Year-Old Pyramid Found [from Brattleboro Reformer and Associated Press]


November 12, 2008: Egypt Unveils Discovery of 4,300-Year-Old Pyramid [from the Herald - Monterey County and Associated Press] by Katarina Kratovac


November 12, 2008: New Pyramid Uncovered in Egypt [from the BG News and Associated Press]


November 12, 2008: Ancient Burial Site in Egypt Yields Pyramid [from the San Diego Union Tribune and Associated Press]


November 12, 2008: Remains of Ancient Pyramid Found in Egypt [from United Press International]


November 11, 2008: Ancient 4,300-Year-Old Pyramid Discovered in Egypt [from Yahoo! New and Agence France Presse]


November 11, 2008: Egypt: 4,300-Year-Old Pyramid Discovered [from New York Times and Associated Press]


November 11, 2008: Egypt Says 4,300-Year-Old Pyramid Discovered in Saqqara, South of Cairo [from Yahoo! Canada and Associated Press]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1]


November 7, 2008: Fascinating Countries: Explore the ancient civilizations [,...,] of Egypt [...] and see the world like never before as Discovery Channel's landmark series Discovery Atlas returns this Nov [from Bangkok Post]


November 6 - 12, 2008: The Development Plan for Luxor [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Jill Kamil


October 31, 2008: ROM International Symposium on Ancient Egypt and Nubia [from Art Daily]


October 27, 2008: In Search of Memphis' Great Pyramid [from Memphis Flyer Online]


October 25, 2008: Egypt - Back to the Source at the Glyptoteck in Copenhagen [from Art Daily]


October 24, 2008: Bring Your Mummy to Family Day at the Burke [from the Seattle times]


October 24, 2008: AUB President Sheds Light on Female Pharaoh [from the Daily Star]


October 23, 2008: Egyptian Mummies Yield Earliest Evidence of Malaria [from Discovery News] by Rossella Lorenzi


October 21, 2008: Walk Like a Real Egyptian/Away From the Pyramids: A Different Look at Historic Cairo [from Guardian]


October 17, 2008: Ancient Egyptian Astronomy [from Innovations Report - Germany] by Jiro Kondo


October 16, 2008: Damaged Egyptian "Mecca" to Be Restored [from National Geographic News] by Andrew Bassone
Other sources reporting the same story: [1]


October 16, 2008: Ancient Egypt Had Powerful Sudan Rival, British Museum Dig Shows [from Telegraph - UK] by Stephan Adams
Other sources reporting the same story: [1]


October 16, 2008: British Woman Returns Ancient Statues to Egypt [from the Earth Times]


October 13, 2008: Balancing Tourism and History in Egypt [from the Huffington Post]


October 12, 2008: Berlin Museum Treasures at Legion of Honor [from San Fransisco Chronicle] by Steven Winn


October 5, 2008: A Look at How Egypt Has Influenced Western Popular Culture [from Star-Telegram] by Andrew Marton


October 2, 2008: Ancient Egyptian Bowl Says Christ Was a Magician [from New Kerala]


September 30, 2008: Skullduggery Explained; Bones Now Back in Egypt: Previous Owner of English Home Purchased Them [from News Bizarre and Associated Press]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1]


September 30, 2008: Ancient Skulls Returned to Egypt [from BBC News ]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1]


September 28, 2008: Egypt Unearths Granite Head of Ramses II [from WorldNow and KVIA]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2]


September 27, 2008: Ramses II Bust Found in Egypt [from Daily News - Sri Lanka and Agence France Presse]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2] [3] [3]


September 25, 2008: Dig Unearths Rare Statue of Pharaoh Ramses II [from News - Australia]


September 16, 2008: Archaeologists Discover Remains of Ramses II Temple in Cairo [from RIA Novosti]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2]


September 11 - 17, 2008: More Than a Blink: the Lost Eye of Amenhotep III Returns Home [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


September 11, 2008: Switzerland Will Return Pharaoh's "Eye" to Egypt [from DAWN and Agence France Presse]


September 12, 2008: New Research Suggests Tut and Wife Had Twins [from the Daily Star and Agence Franc Presse]


September 10, 2008: Will Smith Set for "Last Pharaoh" [from Killer Movies]


September 7, 2008: Rising From the Ruins: recent studies have pointed to a fourth Egyptian pyramid, built during the Fourth Dynasty [from the Star Online] by Hisham Zulkifli


September 2, 2008: Tutankhamun's Kids May Be Mummy's Boys [from The Daily Telegraph]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2]


September 1, 2008: Mummies Found in Tomb Can Be King's Twins [from The Times of India]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1]


September 1, 2008: Foetuses Found in King Tutankhamun's Tomb Were His Daughters, Says Expert [from This is London]


September 1, 2008: Bodies Found in the Tomb of Boy King Tutankhamun's Tomb Are Twin Daughters [from Times Online] by Aditi Khanna


September 1, 2008: Ancient Burial Chamber Found in Egypt [from ABC News andAgence France-Presse]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2]


September 1, 2008: Egyptian Archaeologists Find Ancient Royal Tomb [from RIA Novosti]


August 29, 2008: IMAX Movie "Mummies" Blends Science, Storytelling [from Pittsburgh Tribune-Review] by William Loeffler


August 17, 2008: One of Two Mummified Fetuses May Be Tutankhamun's Daughter, Says Scientist [from New Kerala]


August 15, 2008: Sphinx Statues Unearthed in Luxor [from The Earth Times]


August 15, 2008: Brooklyn Museums to Show Off Fake Egypt Sculptures [from Yahoo! News and Reuters] by Ritsuko Ando


August 12, 2008: A Little Decorum Returns to Giza Pyramids [from The Philadelphia Inquirer andAssociated Press] by Katarina Kratovac
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2]


August 11, 2008: Egypt's Ancient Pyramids at Giza Get Makeover [from MSNBC andAssociated Press]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5]


August 7 - 13, 2008: Spiritually Home – the 19 Dynasty Ushabti Statuette of Hener is Back Home After Traveling Abroad for Two Decades [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


August 7, 2008: Egypt to Conduct DNA Test on Mummy Fetuses from King Tut's Tomb That May Be His Offspring [from Chicago Tribune Web Edition] by Salah Nasrawi
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10]


August 7, 2008: Egypt to DNA Test Tuankhamun's "Children" [from Yahoo! News and Agence France Presse]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2]


August 7, 2008: Foetuses Tested for DNA Links to Tutankhamun [from the Independent] by Salah Nasrawi in Cairo


August 6, 2008: Tutankhamun Fetuses to Get Paternity Test [from New Scientist andReuters]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6]


August 6, 2008: Cairo Paternity Test FOr King Tut [from BBC News]


August 4, 2008: Ancient Treasure Returned to Egypt [from the Scotsman]


August 4, 2008: Egypt Gets 3,000-Year-Old_Statue Back From Dutch [from GMA News and Associated Press]


July 28, 2008: Egypt - Renewed Gold Production [from Monday Morning]


July 28, 2008: Bracelets of the West and the East [from New Kerala] by Kusum Mehta


July 25, 2008: Action in "the Mummy" Part Three [from New Kerala]


July 24, 2008: Pre-Dynastic Human Presence Discovered by Core Driling at the Northern Nile Delta Coast, Egypt [from Science Daily]


July 23, 2008: Egypt - Cheops, the Monuments Pharaoh [from All Africa and Ghanaian Chronicle] by Dr. Kofi Dankyi Beeko


July 23, 2008: New Life Given to Ancient Egyptian Texts Stored at Standford for Decades [from Stanford News Service] by Adam Gorlick


July 23, 2008: Sakkara - a History Hidden in the Stones [from Science & Scholarship in Poland]


July 19, 2008: Experts to Reconstruct Ancient Wooden Boat Buried Near Egypt's Great Pyramid [from Yahoo! Canada andthe Canada Press] by Jason Keyser, Associated Press
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2] [3]


July 17 - 23, 2008: Power Behind the Throne: The queens of ancient Egypt are spending the summer in Monte Carlo [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


July 15, 2008: 2,278 Year-Old Mummy Dying a Slow Death [from the Times of India]


July 13, 2008: Mystery of Ancient Egyptian Funerary and Afterlife Revealed at Indianapolis Museum of Art [from Art Daily]


July 10, 2008: The Papyrus Path [from Jerusalem Post] by Gabriel Rosenberg


July 10, 2008: Multinational Team Creates the First 3-D Model of Egypt's Oldest Pyramid [from Yahoo! News] by Cindy Sebrell


July 5, 2008: Ancient Royal Burial Ground Found in Egypt: Report [from Middle East Times andAgence France Presse]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5]


July 3 - 9, 2008: New Treasures From Saqqara: a Collection of Painted Wooden Sarcophagi From the Late Period Have Been Unearthed at the Saqqara Necropolis [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


July 1, 2008: Researchers Find Administration Center for Early Egyptian City [from Newswise Science News and University of Chicago]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5]


June 30, 2008: Egypt Retrieves Ancient Relief in London [from Yahoo! Finance and Associated Press] by Maamoun Youssef
Other sources reporting the same story: [1]


June 26, 2008: Egypt Archaeologists Find Ancient Painted Coffins [from Yahoo! News and Agence France Presse]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2] [3]


June 22, 2008: Egypt, Spain to Use Underwater Robot to Search For Ancient Egyptian King Sarcophagus [from People's Daily - English]


June 20, 2008: Egypt's Oldest Pyramid Complex Undergoing Laser Scanning [from New Kerala]


June 20, 2008: Coils of Ancient Egyptian Rope Found in Cave [from Discovery Channel] by Rossella Lorenzi


June 19 - 25, 2008: Mapping Djoser's Step Pyramid [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


June 19 - 25, 2008: When Grain Was Currency: A large administrative building and silos thought to be the largest grain bins from the ancient Egyptian era ever found are the latest discoveries at Tel Edfu [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


June 19, 2008: Archaeologists find Christian Holy Wine factory in Egypt [from New Kerala]


June 18, 2008: Ancient Christian "Holy Wine" Factory Found in Egypt [from National Geographic News] by Andrew Bossone


June 18, 2008: Web Site Following Archaeologists to the Bottom of Mut Temple's Sacred Lake [from News Wise]


June 17, 2008: Ancient Egyptian Official Building Uncovered in South [from The Earth Times]


June 7, 2008: Artifacts Found in Egypt Date Back to Queen Cleopatra's Era [from NewKerala.com]


June 6, 2008: Egypt Mummies Moved for DNA Tests; Pharaoh Among Them? [from National Geographic News] by Andrew Bossone in Cairo


June 6, 2008: Discovery of Two Pharaonic and Persian Castles East to Suez Canal [from Egypt State Information Service]


June 5 - 11, 2008: One For the Road: Ptolemaic Artefacts From the North Coast Near Alexandria [...] Are the Most Recent Treasures Found in Egypt [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


June 5 - 11, 2008: In Searh of a Lost King [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


June 5, 2008: "Lost" Egypt Pyramid Found Near Bull Tombs [from National Geographic News]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2] [3] [4]


June 4, 2008: Sphinx Road Missing Sections Discovered [from Egypt State Information Service]


June 3, 2008: Archaeologists Uncover Remains of Giant Fortress in Egypt [from New Kerala.com]


June 2, 2008: Giant Fortress's Remains Found in Egypt [from National Geographic News] by Andrew Bossone in Cairo


May 30, 2008: Egypt to Identify Mummy Believed to Belong to Thutmose I [from People's Daily Online and Xinhua]


May 29, 2008: Egypt Planning DNA Test For 3500-Year-Old Mummy [from ChicagoTribune.com] by Salah Nasrawi


May 28, 2008: Archaeologists Find Ancient Army HQ in Sinai [from Reuters India] by Jonathan Wright


May 27, 2008: Ancient Egyptian Temple Entrance Found in Nile River [from National Geographic News] by Andrew Bossone in Cairo


May 22, 2008: Spain, Egypt to Investigate 19th Century Shipwreck [from RIA Novosti]


May 20, 2008: Pharaoh's Unusual Feminine Appearance Suggests Two Genetic Defects [from Yale University] by Karen N. Peart


May 18, 2008: Found the Dustbin of History: An ancient Egyptian rubbish dump offers fascinating glimpses into life in the City of the Sharp-Nosed Fish [from Guardian Unlimited] by Khaled Diab


May 15, 2008: Greece Unveils Egyptian Museum Exhibition [from Yahoo! News]


May 8, 2008: Egyptian Elite Tombs Accessible For All [from PhysOrg.com]


May 2, 2008: The Androgynous Pharaoh? Akhenaten Had Feminine Physique [from The Associated Press and Google.com] by Alex Dominguez


April 28, 2008: The Mummy With a Story to Tell [from Times of Malta] by George Cini


April 28, 2008: Pyramids Packed With Fossil Shells [from ABC News in Science] by Jennifer Viegas, Discovery News


April 24, 2008: Egypt: Tomb of Cleopatra and Lover to be Uncovered [from AKI - Adnkronos International]


April 23, 2008: Did the Great Pyramids' Builders Use Concrete? [from International Herald Tribune] by Colin Nickerson, The Boston Globe Published


April 20, 2008: Rising Sea Levels Threaten Egypt's Ancient Cities [from NPR] by Liane Hansen


April 18, 2008: Berkshire Museum Puts a Face on Its Mummy [from Berkshire Eagle Online] by Jenn Smith


April 17 - April 23, 2008: Some Drowned, Some Buried [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


April 17, 2008: Egypt's Colossi of Memnon to Be Reunited With Their Twins [from Yahoo! News and Agence France Presse] by Alain Navarro


April 17, 2008: Pharaoh Seti I's Tomb Bigger Than Thought [from National Geographic News] by Andrew Bossone


April 15, 2008: Seti I artifacts unearthed in the Valley of the Kings [from World News] by Vlad Jecan


April 13, 2008: Greek Temple Discovered in Alexandria [from Egypt State Information Service]


April 11, 2008: Egypt Announces New Archaeological Discovery in Luxor's Valley of Kings [from Egypt State Information Service]


April 8, 2008: Egypt's Ancient Glass [from Current Archaeology]


April 3 - April 9, 2008: In the Reign of the Black Pharaohs [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Mohamed El-Hebeishy


April, 2008: Archaeology's Interactive Dig: 2008 Field Note 1 - Introduction: Hierakonpolis 2008 [from Archaeology Magazine] by Renée Friedman


March 31, 2008: Intact Colossus of Egypt's Queen Tiye Found [from National Geographic News]


March 28, 2008: Study Shows Life Was Tough for Ancient Egyptians [from Yahoo! News and Reuters] by Alaa Shahine
Other sources reporting the same story: [1]


27 March - April 2, 2008: Pi, Phi and the Great Pyramid [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Assem Deif


March 27 - April 2, 2008: New Dawn for Luxor Temples [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


March 25, 2008: Early Egyptians Revered Lowly Donkeys [from The New York Times] by Kenneth Chang


March 24, 2008: Probing Question: How Were the Egyptian Pyramids Built? [from Penn State Live] by Marissa McCauley
Other sources reporting the same story: [1]


March 22, 2008: Statue of Pharaonic Queen Discovered in South Egypt [from Yahoo! Newsand Agence France Presse]


March 22, 2008: Big Statue of Amenhotep III Discovered in Luxor [from Egypt State Information Service]


March 16, 2008: Egyptian Mummy Exhibit is Son of Ramesses II [from Telegraph] by Lucy Cockcroft


March 11, 2008: Donkey Didn't Have Dog's Life - Signs of Earliest Domestication & High Rank [from The Telegraph: India] by G.S. Mudur


March 4, 2008: Discovery of a Monumental Tomb Related to 1st Transition Period [from Egypt State Information Service]


February 25, 2008: False Doors for the Dead Among New Egypt Tomb Finds [from National Geographic News] by Steven Stanek


February 23, 2008: Pyramid Architect's Final Resting Place? [from Huliq.com]


February 23, 2008: Deceptive Gates Discovered in Beni Sweif [from Egypt State Information Service]


February 19, 2008: Cleopatra's Cosmetics and Hammurabi's Heineken: Name Brands Far Predating Modern Capitalism [from Science Daily] by Steven Stanek


February 15, 2008: Rare Egyptian "Warrior" Tomb Found [from National Geographic News] by Steven Stanek


February 14 - 20, 2008: Last of the Ancient Wonders: II - the Great Pyramid [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Assem Deif


February 13, 2008: Egypt's Earliest Agriculture Settlement [from The Times of India]


February 12, 2008: Archaeologists Bring Egyptian Excavation to the Web [from CCN Magazine]


February 12, 2008: Health-Care Plan in Ancient Egypt? Research Suggests More Than Spells, Prayers [from Orlando Sentinel] by Stephanie Pain, New Scientist Magazine


February 7 - 13, 2008: New Stone Age in Fayoum [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


February 7, 2008: Army Pilot Sold Stolen Vases, Feds Say [from Daily News] by Thomas Zambito, Daily News Staff Writer


February, 2008: Black Pharaohs [from National Geographic Magazine] by Robert Draper


January 30, 2008: Surprise Egypt Tombs Yield Ornate Coffins, Dog Mummies [from National Geographic News] by Steven Stanek


January 30, 2008: "Beautiful" Mummies, Gilded Caskets Found in Egypt [from National Geographic News]


January 29, 2008: Ruins of 7,000-Year-Old-City Found in Egypt Oasis [from Yahoo! News]


January 28, 2008: Hawwas Chides Anti-Akhenaten Statement [from Egypt State Information Service]


January 25, 2008: Grim Secrets of Pharaoh's City [from BBC News] by John Hayes-Fisher, BBC Timewatch


January 24 - 30, 2008: Footless, If Not Quite Fancy Free [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


January 21, 2008: Mummies From Graeco Roman Period in Fayyoum [from Egypt State Information Service]


January 18, 2008: Rare Middle-Class Tomb Found From Ancient Egypt [from National Geographic News] by Steven Stanek


January 17 - 23, 2008: Screen Rites [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Jill Kamil


January 10 - 16, 2008: How Pharaoh Sailed to Karnak [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


Dec 31, 2007: New Pharahonic Mummy Found [from Egypt State Information Service]


Dec 27, 2007 - January 2, 2008: A Good Year for the Record: Mysteries Uncovered, Debates Enflamed [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


Dec 23, 2007: Maltese claims extraordinary discovery in Sahara desert [from The Malta Independent Online]


Dec 22, 2007: Challenges Facing Egypt's DNA Lab [from SRGate.com] by the Associated Press
Other sources reporting the same story: [1]


Dec 21, 2007: Scientists Still Working to Verify Mummy Claim: Months After Mummy Claim, DNA Still Lags [from MSNBC.com] by Anna Johnson, the Associated Press
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2] [3] [4]


Dec 20, 2007: Excavation Adventures in the Valley of the Kings [from CNN.com] by Paul Sussman


Dec 17, 2007: Surprise Finds at Egypt Temple "Change Everything" [from National Geographic News] by Steven Stanek


Dec 15, 2007: The Pharaoh s Pharmacists (full story requires subscription) [from New Scientist] by Stephanie Pain


Dec 14, 2007: Ancient Egyptian Glassmaking Recreated [from EurekAlert] by Dr. Paul Nicholson


Dec 10, 2007: CT Scan Unravels Mummy's Secrets [from BBC News]


Dec 2, 2007: Remains of 4,000-Year-Old Dam Found in Upper Egypt [from Xinhus News Agency]


Nov 27, 2007: Russian Archaeologists Find Unique Mummies in Egypt [from Russian News & Information Agency, Novosti]


Nov 22, 2007: Why A Nile Tadpole Means A Great Deal [from Times Online] by George Hart


Nov 22, 2007: Egypt's Desert Art in Danger [from Khaleej Times Online]


Nov 19, 2007: Egypt Announces New Archaeological Find [from Egypt State Information Service]


Nov 16, 2007: A 3,000-Year-Old Mystery is Finally Solved: Tutankhamun Died in a Hunting Accident [from The Independent] by Steve Connor


November 14, 2008: Tutankhamun: the Boy King Comes to London [from The Register] by Lucy Sherriff, Daily News Staff Writer


November 11, 2008: Visitors to King Tut Limited [from News24
Other sources reporting the same story: [1]


Nov 8 - 14, 2007: An incredible moment (The mummy of Tutankhamun Went on Public Display on Sunday for the First Time) [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine Al-Aref


Nov 6, 2007: Mummy's Curse Unwrapped [from The Scotsman] by Nick Pisa


Nov 6, 2007: Zombie Attack at Hierakonpolis [from Archaeology Institute of America] by Renée Friedman


Nov 4, 2007: Face-to-Face With Tutankhamun [from The Progue Post]
Other sources reporting the same story: [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [a href="http://www.ndtv.com/convergence/ndtv/story.aspx?id=NEWEN20070031825" target="_blank" title="November 5, 2007: NDTV.com">6] [7


Nov 1 - 7, 2007: The Polish School (Polish Archaeologists Celebrate 70 Years of Excavation and Restoration in Egypt) [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


Nov/Dec, 2007: Letters to the Crocodile God [from Archaeology Institute of America] by Marco Merola


Oct 30, 2007: Stanford Acquires a "World-Class" Egyptology Library [from Stanford News Service] by Cynthia Haven


Oct 24, 2007: Canal Linking Ancient Egypt Quarry to Nile Found [from National Geographic News] by Steven Stanek


Oct 21, 2007: Aswan Celebrates Sun Perpendicular on King Ramses II Face [from Egypt State Information Service]


Oct 19, 2007: Aswan Obelisk Quarry More Than Meets The Eye [from Science Daily]


Oct 16, 2007: Aswan Obelisk Quarry More Than Meets the Eye [from EurekAlert!] by A'ndrea Elyse Messer


Oct 10, 2007: Raiders of the Faux Ark [from Archaeology Institute of America] by Eric H. Cline


Oct 3, 2007: This Ain't No Discovery Channel [from The Progue Post] by Beth Potter


Oct 2, 2007: Egypt to Put Tutankhamun Mummy on Display in Tomb [from Reuters: Africa] by Cynthia Johnston


Oct 2, 2007: Ancient Shepherds Were Artists [from Polish Press Agency] by Adam Lisiecki


Oct, 2007: Unearthing Egypt's Greatest Temple [from Smithsonian Magazine] by Andrew Lawler


Sept/Oct, 2007: I, Obelisk [from Saudi Aramco World] by Frank L. Holt


Sept 27, 2007: Ancient Pharaoh Temple Discovered Inside Egypt Mosque [from National Geographic News] by Steven Stanek


Sept 25, 2007: Polish Atomic Physicists Study Egyptian Frescoes [from Polish Press Agency] by Katarzyna Czechowicz


Sept 24, 2007: Baskets, Pots Found Abandoned in Tutankhamun Tomb [from Reuters: Africa]


Sept 20, 2007: New Monuments Discovered Near Luxor Temple [from Monsters and Critics]


Sept 18, 2007: Update on the recent works carried out by the Latvian Scientifique Mission in the Step Pyramid of Saqqara [from Archaeogate: Egittologia] by Dr.arch. Bruno Deslandes


Sept 16, 2007: Rare Medical, Astronomical Manuscripts Found at Dar al-Kotob [from Egypt State Information Service]


Sept 13, 2007: Ancient Egyptians Mummified Their Cats With Utmost Care [from Science Daily]


Sept 3, 2007: New Archaeological Discoveries in the Abusir Pyramid Field [from Archaeogate Egittologia] by Miroslav Verner


Aug 31, 2007: Uruguayan has theory on the evolution of Egypt [from Brazil-Arab News Agency]


Aug 28, 2007: There Could Have Been Two Sphinxes, Argues One Researcher [from Daily News Egypt] by Ahmed Maged


Aug 28, 2007: Ancient Lifestyle May Link Art Found In Egypt, Europe [from The Columbus Dispatch] by Bradley T. Lepper


Aug 25, 2007: Relics Found At Kingston Lacy Offer Insight Into Ancient Egypt [from 24 Hour Museum]


Aug 22, 2007: Egyptians' Ancient Tax Burden Revealed [from Guardian Unlimited Arts] by Steven Morris


Aug 22, 2007: German Returns "Cursed" Stolen Pharaonic Carving [from Yahoo! News/Reuters]


Aug 20, 2007: Egypt Discovers Prehistoric Footprint [from Reuters UK]


Aug 16, 2007: Egyptian Tomb of Noblewoman Found [from National Geographic News] by Dan Morrison


Aug 15, 2007: New Pharaohnic discoveries back to Rameses II in the Saqqara district [from Egypt State Information Service]


Aug 14, 2007: Mummy Was Painted Red With Spanish Lead [from Discovery Channel News] by Jennifer Viegas


Aug 9 - 15, 2007: The Tale of a City: Discovery of the Eastern Fortress of the New Kingdom Military Town of Tharo [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


Aug 9, 2007: Mummy Birds Recovered From Egypt Factory [from National Geographic News by Dan Morrison


Aug 8, 2007: Queen Nefertiti: More Than A Pretty Face [from Expatica


Aug 2, 2007: "Gentrified" Egyptian Burial Chamber Discovered [from National Geographic News] by Dan Morrison


July 28, 2007: Researchers Divulge Details About Mummy [from NewsFlash: nola.com]


July 25, 2007: Bowling Invented in Ancient Egypt [from Discovery News] by Rossella Lorenzi


July 24, 2007: Hidden City Found Beneath Alexandria [from Yahoo! News/LiveScience] by Charles Q. Choi


July 23, 2007: Massive Egyptian Fort Discovered [from CoolTech: iafrica.com]


July 22, 2007: Largest Ever Pharaonic-Era Fort Discovered [from Yahoo! News Canada]


July 17, 2007: Recently Found Mummy Most Powerful Woman in Egypt's History [from Kyodo News/Yahoo!Asia]


July 16, 2007: Old Kingdom settlement found in Egypt desert oasis [from The Middle East Times]


July 16, 2007: National Geographic Channel Goes in Search of Nefertiti and Instead May Have Solved the Mystery of King Tut's Father [from Elites TV News]


July 15, 2007: Hatshepsut Found; Thutmose I Lost [from Archaeology Online] by Mark Rose


July 14, 2007: Technology Casts Doubt On Mummies [from Independent Online] by Michelle Nichols


July 13, 2007: Found: Egypt's Lost Queen: Behind the Latest Discovery Lies a Great Detective Tale [from Times Online] by Andrew Martin


July 13, 2007: Link to the Past: The CT Scan Machine Has Become an Outstanding Tool in the Study of Ancient Egyptian Artifacts [from The Star Online, Tech Central Malaysia Technology] by Mumtaj Begum


July 12, 2007: Discoveries in Sudan Reveal Economic Organization of an Ancient African State—the Kingdom of Kush [from The University of Chicago Chronicle] by William Harms


July 11, 2007: Egypt's Oldest Known Art Identified, Is 15,000 Years Old [from National Geographic News] by Dan Morrison


July 10, 2007: Bedouin Culture in Egypt Dying in Drought [from VOA News] by Cache Seel


July 10, 2007: Mystery of Tut's Father: New Clues on Unidentified Mummy [from National Geographic News] by Brian Handwerk


July 9, 2007: UNESCO Slams 'New' Seven Wonders of the World [from The Sunday Morning Herald]


July 8, 2007: The Pharaohs Get a Face-Lift [from Times Online] by Anthony Sattin


July 8, 2007: Project For Saving Egypt Capital's Monuments In the Middle Pharaonic Kingdom [from Egypt State Information Service]


July 7, 2007: International Committee For Drawing Necessary Studies For Transporting Cheops Ship to the Great Egyptian Museum [from Egypt State Information Service]


July 6, 2007: Mummy Reveals Egyptian Queen Was Fat, Balding, and Bearded [from Live Science] by Meredith F. Small


July 4, 2007: Egypt to Use DNA Test to Identify Pharaoh Tuthmosis [from Yahoo!Xtra News/Reuters]


July 3, 2007: Mummy In Need of Preservation [from The Hindu] by T. Lalith Singh


July 3, 2007: Pharaoh Hatshepsut Died in Pain Due to Cancer [from NewKerala News Channel] by


June 28 - July 4, 2007: Back In the Limelight [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


June 27, 2007: Tooth Clinches Identification of Egyptian Queen [from Reuters UK] by Jonathan Wright


June 26, 2007: Elusive Egyptian Queen Found At Last? [from ABC Science Online] by Jonathan Wright


June 25, 2007: Update on KV-63: California and Wisconsin Lectures; by Otto Schaden


June 25, 2007: Egyptologists Think They Have Hatshepsut Mummy [from Yahoo! News] by Jonathan Wright


June 22, 2007: Three Thousand Year-Old Mummy Discovered in Egypt [from Yahoo! News]


June 21, 2007: Mystery Bones Identified [from Bolton Museum and Archive Service]


June 21 - 27, 2007: Of Bricks and Boats [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


June 21, 2007: Egypt asks British Museum for Rosetta Stone [from The Art Newspaper] by Martin Bailey


June 19, 2007: Scholars Race to Recover a Lost Kingdom on the Nile [from The New York Times: Science] by John Noble Wilford


June 19, 2007: Archaeologists Rescue Clues to Ancient Kingdom From the Rising Nile [from EurekAlert!] by William Harms


June 18, 2007: Virtual Explorers Comb Egypt's Ruins [from The Boston Globe] by Pamela Ferdinand


June 16, 2007: Sudan Arrests 12 Trying to Smuggle Ancient Mummies [from Reuters: Africa]


June 14 - 20, 2007: Queen For A Day [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


June 14 - 20, 2007: Lascaux on the Nile [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


June 13, 2007: The Significance of Kitchens For Ancient Egyptians [from The Daily Star] by Ahmed Maged


June 12, 2007: Archaeologists Bring Egyptian Excavation to Web for a Second Time This Year [from AScribe: The Public Interest Newswire]


June 7, 2007: Modern Lab Recreating Ancient Pigments [from Earth Times]


June 7, 2007: Ancient cemetery unearthed in Beni Sueif [from Egypt State Information Service]


June 5, 2007: Polish Archaeologists Have Discovered A Richly Furnished Egyptian Tomb Dating Back 5,000 Years [from Science and Scholarship in Poland]


June 2, 2007: Egyptian Tomb Found in Saqara [from Egypt State Information Service]


June 2, 2007: Ancient Tomb Discovered in Egypt [from China Daily] Xinhua


June 2, 2007: Ancient Tomb Discovered in Egypt [from China Daily] Xinhua


June, 2007: Hopkins in Egypt Today [from John Hopkins University]


May 31 - June 6, 2007: Who Built the Pyramids [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Jill Kamil


May 31 - June 6, 2007: A Search For the Lost City [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online]


May 26, 2007: Solving the Mysteries of the Pyramids [from DREXEL: Department of Materials Science & Engineering]


May 26, 2007: The Tomb of Henu at Dayr al-Barsha [from Dayr al-Barsha Archaeological Project]


May 23, 2007: Scientist Races to Save Ancient Egypt [from NewsWise]; Resource: University of Alabama at Birmingham


May 21, 2007: Ancient Courtier Discovered "Accidentally" [from Independent Online]


May 18, 2007: The Surprising Truth Behind the Construction of the Great Pyramids [from Live Science] by Sheila Berninger and Dorilona Rose


May 17, 2007: Hawass, 4th Stage of Project On Discovering Route of Luxor's Rams Road Kicks Off [from Egypt State Information Service] by Dan Vergano, USA TODAY


May 16, 2007: Scientists Ramp Up For Pyramid Theory [from USA Today] by Dan Vergano, USA TODAY


May 16, 2007: Ancient Bulgarian Sanctuaries "Older" Than Egyptian Pyramids [from Novinite: Sofia News Agency]


May 14, 2007: Little Hope Remains for Carted-Off Antiquities [from The Guardian, University of California, San Diego] by Megan Durham


May 13, 2007: University of Toledo Geologist Shows Rock Steady Resolve [from Toledo Blade] by Jenni Laidman, Blade Science Writer


May 10 - 16, 2007: The Ahmes Code [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Assem Deif


May 10, 2007: French Theory on Pyramids Building Refuted [from Egypt State Information Service]


May 9, 2007: Egyptians, Not Greeks, Were True Fathers of Medicine [from EurekAlert!] by Aeron Haworth


May 4, 2007: Spear Found Stuck Inside Mummified Ancient Egyptian Toddler [from Fox News]


May 1, 2007: CT Scan Planned on Big-Headed Mummy [from Contra Costa Times]


April 30, 2007: Pyramids of Giza in Peril [from The Toronto Star] by Oakland Ross


April 29, 2007: Egypt to Establish Up-to-Date Labs to Conduct DNA Tests on Mummies [from Egypt State Information Service]


April 25, 2007: Experts Bone Up On Ancient Riddle [from Manchester Evening News] by Don Frame


April 22, 2007: A Karnak Discovery Shows How Ancient Builders Shielded Temples From Nile Water [from The Daily Star: Egypt] by Ahmed Maged


April 21, 2007: Egyptologyists Keep Ancient World Fresh [from Toledo Blade] by Jenni Laidman (Blade Science Writer)


April 20, 2007: Pyramids of Giza Out of Contest For New Wonders [from Gulf Daily News: the Voice of Bahrain]


April 19, 2007: Chief Archaeologist Announces Fresh Discoveries [from The Daily Star: Egypt] by Ahmed Maged


April 19 - 25, 2007: Restoring Djoser's Step Pyramid [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


April 19 - 25, 2007: Face to Face (...dispute between Cairo and Berlin over the iconic bust of Nefertiti) [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


April 16, 2007: Egypt, German Row Over Nefertiti Deepens [from Independent Online]


April 15, 2007: You Might Have Heard of These Archaeologists [from the News & Observer]


May/June, 2007: How to Build a Pyramid [from Archaeology Magazine] by Bob Brier


5 - 11 April 2007: A Royal Destruction [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Jill Kamel


April 4, 2007: Joan of Arc Remains 'Are Fakes' [from BBC News]


April 3, 2007: Did the Red Sea Part? No Evidence, Archaeologists Say [from International Herald Tribute: Africa & Middle East] by Michael Slackman


April 2, 2007: Sinai Pumice Linked to Ancient Eruption [from Yahoo! News] by Katarina Kratova, Associated Press Writer


April 2, 2007: Ramses II's Hair Safe From Net Sale [from Independent Online]


April 2, 2007: Ancient Egypt Cities Leveled by Massive Volcano, Lava Find Suggests [from National Geographic News] by Dan Morrison, in Cairo


April 1, 2007: War of the Pyramid Theorists [from The Jerusalem Post] by Yaniv Salam-Scheer and Jorg Luyken


29 March - 4 April 2007: Say It With Flowers [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online]


March 30, 2007: Ancient Riddle of the Great Pyramid's Construction is Turned Inside Out [from The Independent]


March 28, 2007: Otto Schaden's Diary: Hawwas Announces New Discoveries During Third Forum on Antiquities [from Egypt State Information Service]


March 24, 2007: Otto Schaden's Diary: Donor Information and 2007 Season Status [from KV-63.com]


March 23, 2007: Ancient Egyptian Temple Under Threat in Spain [from Jurnalo]


March 22, 2007: Egyptian-Spanish Mission Discovers Flowers Funerary Items in Djehuty Tomb [from Egypt State Information Service]


March 20, 2007: Pyramid's Secret Doors to Be Opened [from Discovery Channel News] by Rossella Lorenzi


March 18, 2007: Sudan Archeology Flourishes Before the Flood [from Yahoo! News] by Jean-Marc Mojon


March 16, 2007: Pharaoh's Pots Give Up Their Secrets [from NewScientist.com News Service] by Debora Mackenzie


March 15, 2007: Modern Technology Reveals Mummy's Past [from Yahoo! News] by Cheryl Wittenauer, Associated Press Writer


March 11, 2007: Integrated Project to Restore Pyramids Blocks [from Egypt State Information Service]


March 8, 2007: New Tombs Discovered in Sakkara, Egypt [from Zee News]


March 6, 2007: Meanwhile: Updating the Seven Wonders of the World [from International Herald Tribune] by Michael Johnson


March 1 - 7, 2007: Don't Sink the Boat [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Jill Kamil


March 1, 2007: Italian Archaeologists to Join International Efforts to Save Sudan's Ancient Artifacts [from People's Daily Online] Source: Xinhua


December, 2007 - March, 2007: Excavating Hierakonpolis: Hierakonpolis 2007: Field Note 4: All Drawn Out! [from Archaeology's Interactive Dig] by Kyle Mullen


December, 2007 - March, 2007: Excavating Hierakonpolis: Hierakonpolis 2007: Field Note 3: More From the HK24B Pre-dynastic Industrial Site [from Archaeology's Interactive Dig] by Jeremy Geller, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


February 28, 2007: Ancient Egypt Meds: Prayer, Laxatives [from Discovery Channel News] by Jennifer Vlegas


February 21, 2007: French Team Finds Persian-Era Oasis Temple in Egypt [from Reuters South Africa]


February 20, 2007: Tombs Unearthed Near Egyptian Pyramid [from CNN.com]


February 20, 2007: New Finds Show Longevity of Egyptian Necropolis [from Yahoo! News] by Jonathan Wright


February 20, 2007: Grant Allows UH to Publish Historic Egyptian Writings [from The Honolulu Advertiser] Advertiser Staff


February 19, 2007: Archaeologists Find Rare Wooden Statue in Egypt [from Reuters]


February 15 - 21, 2007: Rising From the Dead [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online]


February 15 - 21, 2007: Secrets Unearthed [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


February 14, 2007: Dutch Team Finds 'Heretic Pharaoh' Era Tomb in Egypt [from Yahoo! News]


February 14, 2007: Isis and Osiris In Attica: Project to Rescue Ancient Egyptian Temple at Brexiza is Saved [from Kathimerini (English Edition)] by Iota Sykka - Kathimerini


February 15, 2007: Ancient Coin Shows Cleopatra Was No Beauty [from CNN.com International]


February 12, 2007: Fossils: Myths, Mystery, and Magic [from The Independent]


February 10, 2007: Three Ancient Egyptian Sarcophagi Unearthed [from The Hindu]


February 5, 2007: Ancient Semitic Snake Spells Deciphered in Egyptian Pyramid [from National Geographic News] by Mati Milstein


February 1 - 7, 2007: Gilded Youth [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Areg


February 1 - 7, 2007: Alexander's Afghan Gold [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by David Tresilian


January 31, 2007: The Land of Pyramids [from Kenya London News] by Isaac Amke


January 30, 2007: Earliest Semitic Text Revealed in Egyptian Pyramid Inscription [from Science Daily]


January 29, 2007: Presentation Made In Lecture at Hebrew University: Earliest Semitic Text Revealed in Egyptian Pyramid Inscription [from EurekAlert!] by Jerry Barach


January 29, 2007: Ancient Techniques Employed to Rescue 5,000 Year Old Egyptian Monument by NYU's Institute of Fine Arts [from Exduco.net]


January 28, 2007: Oldest Maritime Artifacts Found [from Egypt State Information Service]


January 25 – 31, 2007: Mathematics In Ancient Egypt [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Assem Deif


January 23, 2007: Ancient Spell May Be Oldest Semitic Text [from Yahoo! News] by Laurie Copans, Associated Press Writer


January 11 - 17, 2007: Dynasty Revealed [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


January 11, 2007: Ancient Artifacts Brought Over By Egyptians, Not By Traders [from The Times and The Sunday Times, Malta] by Natalino Fenech


January 7, 2007: Climate Key To Sphinx's Riddle [from Scotland On Sunday] by Jeremy Watson


January 6, 2007: Egypt Restores World's Oldest Wall Made Of Mud Bricks [from Egypt State Information Service]


January 4, 2007: In Hot Pursuit of Egypt's Lost Mummies [from The Christian Science Monitor] by Sarah Gauch


January, 2007: Meteorites From Under the Pyramids [from Science and Scholarship in Poland]


January, 2007: From the Field: Hierakonopolis, 2007 [from Archaeology's Interactive Dig]


January, 2007: New Wonders' Promoter Cold Shouldered [from The Egyptian Gazette]


January/February, 2007: From the Trenches: Top 10 Discoveries of 2006 [from Archaeology Magazine]


January, 2007 Issue Five of Egyptian Antiquities Information System
December, 2006: Tattoos: The Ancient and Mysterious History [from Smithsonian.com] by Cate Lineberryv


December 19, 2006: 12th Century BC Carving May Hold the Secret of Karnak Temple [from The Daily Start] by Ahmed Maged


December 14, 2006: Discovered Stone Slab Proved to Be Gate of Cambyses' Tomb [from Payvand's Iran News] by Maryam Tabeshian


December 8, 2006: A New Picture of Ancient Ethnic Diversity [from The State] by Tom Avril, the Philadelphia Inquirer


December 7 - 13, 2006: Back on the Tourist Map [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


December 7 - 13, 2006: Too Big For A Coffin [from Al-Ahram Weekly Online] by Nevine El-Aref


December 6, 2006: Mummy of Ancient Doctor Comes to Light [from News.Scotsman.com] by Russell Jackson


December 2, 2006: Egypt to Dig Up Pharaonic Tombs [from BBC News, Cairo] by Heba Saleh


December 1, 2006: Pyramids Were Built With Concrete Rather Than Rocks, Scientists Claim [from Times Online, UK] by Charles Bremmer, Paris


December 1, 2006: Robotic Archaeologist Heads For Pyramid [from Independent Online]


December, 2006: Egypt Farmer Digs Up Ancient Temple [from Prensa Latina Latin American News Agency] by By E.J. Mundell, HealthDay Reporter


November 30, 2006: Artifacts Found In Luxor [from Egypt State Information Service]


Nov 29, 2006: Frenchman Arrested Over Bid to Sell Pharaoh Hair [from Daily Mail 24 Hours a Day]


Nov 23, 2006: Giant Eruptions in Iceland Led to Nile Famine [from NewsScientist.com] by Catherine Brahic


Nov 11, 2006: Mummy Shows Face After 3,000 Years At Segedunum [from 24 Hour Museum] by Rachel Johnson


Nov 27, 2006: King Tut Wasn't Bludgeoned to Death: Study [from Yahoo! News] by E.J. Mundell, HealthDay Reporter


Nov 7, 2006: Excavators Uncover 19th Century Sarcophagus [from Richmond Register] by Bill Robinson


Nov 3, 2006: Report On the 2006 Toronto Scholars' Colloquium by Juan José Castillos


Nov 3, 2006: Tourism Damaging Egyptian Heritage-Experts [from The Sydney Morning Herald]


Nov 1 - 7, 2006: All Eyes On Nubia [from Al-Ahram Weekly On-line] by Jill Kamil


Nov 1, 2006: Egyptian Papyri Arrive On Campus [from UC Berkeley News] by Kathleen Maclay, Media Relations


Oct 28, 2006: Team Helps Save Egypt Tomb Mural [from The Japan Times] (need to register to view article; registration is free)


Oct 26, 2006: Egypt Earmarks Seven National Landmarks For Renovation [from African News Dimension ]


Oct 23, 2006: Thieves Find Pharaoh's Dentists [from BBC News] (another article, repeat of International Herald Tribune)


Oct 23, 2006: New Archaeological Find Links Syria and Egypt [from All Headline News] by Joseph S. Mayton


Oct 22, 2006: Geological Feature Key to Finding, Protecting Tombs [from EurekAlert] by A'ndrea Elyse Messer


Oct 22, 2006: Domestication Event: Why the Donkey and Not the Zebra? [from The State.com] by Eric Hand


Oct 22, 2006: Thieves First to Discover Dentists' Tombs at Egypt's Saqqara Pyramids [from International Herald Tribune]


Oct/Nov, 2006: From the President: Many Happy Returns [from Archaeology Magazine] by Jane C. Waldbaum


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