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Sunken Cities: The lure of underwater worlds and a critique of a blockbuster exhibition
Chitra Sangtani | On a British Museum show and the natural movement of objects toward greater value.
The art disasters that led to a ban on unauthorized work on public statues
Jano Charbel | Jano Charbel looks back at a few of the kitsch, offensive and bizarre public statues that have graced
Egypt cuts filming fees at archaeological sites to lure international filmmakers
Mai Shams El-Din | In a bid to attract international film producers to Egypt, the Antiquities Ministry has significantly
How the discovery in King Tut’s tomb is changing the field of Egyptology
Meredith Brand | Part 2 of Meredith Brand's article on what the recent scan results tell us about ancient Egypt and Egyptology
How the discovery in King Tut’s tomb could change the history of ancient Egypt
Meredith Brand | On how the recent scan results could help clear up major mysteries about Ancient Egypt, part 1.
Between red tape and neglect: Cairo’s contested heritage
Passant Rabie | The Cairo Governorate’s plan to build a public garden on a piece of land in a historical area of Fustat has
Weekly spotlight on state culture: US to review request to ban antiquities imports
Mai Elwakil | A look at satellite images of Giza’s Al-Lisht and Al-Hibeh sites from 2010 to the present is shocking,
Archaeologists discover 2,000-year-old mausoleum in Alexandria
Archaeologists unearth tomb by recently discovered Dahshur pyramid
Archaeologists unearth catacombs containing over a dozen mummies in ‘unprecedented’ discovery
Excavation of recently discovered Matareya statue under investigation
Remains of 3,700-year-old pyramid unearthed in Dahshur
Archaeologists unearth host of ancient Egyptian monuments in Luxor, Aswan
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