A scan of the north side of the Great Pyramid of Giza detected a corridor measuring 30 feet by 6 feet.
“The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities announced on Friday the discovery of a group of tombs from the Persian, Roman and Coptic eras in the Al-Bhansa [Oxyrhychus] region.”
“Archaeologists excavating at the ruins of Old Dongola in Sudan have discovered ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics inscribed on sandstone blocks.”
Iran and China are collaborating to conduct underwater archaeological surveys in the Persian Gulf.
A curator at Manchester Museum describes the significance of the touring exhibition, “Golden Mummies of Egypt.”
The Art Newspaper reports on the full scale of earthquake damage to heritage sites in Turkey and Syria.
Hybrid lecture on March 9: “Iron in the Sky: Meteorites in Ancient Egypt,” by Victoria Almansa-Villatoro. Register here.
“Daniel—The Top Ten Archaeological Discoveries” is the latest episode on Digging for Truth.
Expedition Bible’s latest video is on the “Search for the Tower of Babel.”
New release: Esarhaddon, King of Assyria, by Josette Elayi
Bryan Windle highlights the top three reports in biblical archaeology in the month of February.
HT: Agade, Arne Halbakken, Gordon Dickson, Ted Weis, Explorator