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The first CT scans to examine the king's mummy reveal a cut to the neck deep enough to be fatal.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-20755264#TWEET456024

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[PUBLIC] All Things Egypt: Ancient & Modern History and Culture / Serapeum
« on: September 23, 2012, 07:49:31 am »
Em Hotep *henu*

after being closed for many years the   Serapeum Serapeum has been reopened

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The Giza plateau in 3D
http://giza3d.3ds.com/#discover

It's pretty cool

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CAIRO: The spokesperson for the Salifist Call, Abdel-Men’em Shahat, has reaffirmed and defended a call for covering Egypt’s treasured Pharaonic relics with wax, claiming that they resemble false idols.

In comments to al-Rai al-Aam newspaper, he reaffirmed his call for “covering the faces of the Egyptian Pharaonic statues with wax because they resembled the idols that were present in Mecca.”

The Salafi group came under attack when they first expressed this intention, especially in light of the fact that Pharaonic relics attract scores of tourists to Egypt every year, accounting for 15 percent of the nation’s income.

“This was erroneously interpreted in some media outlets that the Salafists want to infuse terror and fear in the hearts of the Egyptians in order to scare them off from the spreading of the Islamic call,” he asserted.

“We do not want to scare the Egyptians. We want to implement Islamic Sharia as ordered by God Almighty,” he went on to explain.

http://bikyamasr.com/50394/salafi-group-reaffirms-call-for-setting-egypts-pharaonic-relics-in-wax/

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Em hotep *henu*,

there had been rumours about Naomi Campbell marrying in a temple in Luxor...a rumour which was denied by the   SCA.
Dua Netjer!

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an online source for Henry Burton's   photographs from the tomb of Tutankhamun. Fascinating photos!
(ignore the shopping cart and go to download)


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the Griffith Institute published the first part of Howard's Carters online

http://www.griffith.ox.ac.uk/gri/4sea1not.html

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  Paper on pyramid building preparations

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interesting article by Nicholas Reeves

http://www.nicholasreeves.com/item.aspx?category=Writing&id=332

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