A 600-mile-long network of stone walls along the Nile served as an ancient water management system.
Researchers created a facial approximation that reconstructs what the ancient Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun may have looked like.
Archaeologists in Egypt found ancient mummification workshops — one for humans and one for animals — at Saqqara.
Ancient Egypt in North Africa was one of the most powerful and influential civilizations in the region for over 3,000 years.
The silver used to make an ancient Egyptian queen's bracelets came from Greece, a new analysis finds, offering insight into the Old Kingdom's trade networks.
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.
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