“Archaeologists have uncovered the granite sarcophagus of a high-ranking official from the reign of Ramesses II at Saqqara.”
“Archaeologists in Egypt have uncovered a nearly 1,000-year-old cache of gold and silver coins behind a temple in Esna, a city located along the Nile River.”
Egyptian authorities are struggling with looting taking place in the area of ancient Memphis.
Writing for Archaeology magazine, Jason Urbanus explains how King Tutankhamun’s family forever changed the land of the Nile.
Newest episode on This Week in the Ancient Near East: “Sticky Fingers in the Valley of the Kings, or Howard Carter and the Case of King Tut’s Tomb.”
Michael Homan died last week.
Sarah C. Schaefer reflects on why Gustave Doré’s biblical illustrations are well-known but his name is not.
A new exhibit, High Tech Romans, is running at the Landesmuseum in Mainz, Germany, through January 15.
All 44 presentations from this year’s IBC Conference on “John: His Life, Legacy & Last Words” is now available as a digital download for $99.
HT: Agade, Joseph Lauer, Arne Halbakken, Keith Keyser