A look at 21 ancient Egyptian mummified children reveals that one-third of them had a blood disorder known as anemia.
Buddhists lived in Egypt during Roman times, a 1st-century Buddha statue found in Berenike suggests.
The identities of a pharaoh and a nonroyal person in an "impossible" statue may have finally been deciphered.
Newfound tombs from ancient Egypt at Saqqara include the burials of a temple overseer, royal treasury artist and an unknown individual.
Scientists used neutron tomography to see inside six sealed ancient Egyptian coffins that were used to bury animals.
Twelve severed hands found buried at an ancient Egyptian palace were likely cut from enemies and exchanged for gold in a ceremony known as "gold of honor," a new study finds.
The 18th dynasty of ancient Egypt, which reigned from about 1550 B.C. to 1292 B.C., was the longest lasting.
When the pharaoh Tutankhamun died young, his widow may have tried to remain on the Egyptian throne, ancient letters reveal.
Researchers have discovered a vast cranium collection that was likely left as an offering to Ramesses II, a much-loved pharaoh who died around 1,000 years before the skulls were embalmed.
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