An astonishingly lifelike facial reconstruction reveals the face of an enigmatic mummy who may have been the biological father of the renowned pharaoh Tutankhamen.
A "meteor" dagger found in the tomb of King Tut may have been a gift from abroad, but not everyone agrees.
An ancient falcon shine in Berenike, an old port city in Egypt, has flummoxed archaeologists who aren't sure what to make of its headless falcons, unknown gods and cryptic message that reads, "It is improper to boil a head in here."
Here's how old ancient Egypt really is, according to Egyptologists and archaeologists.
Reference Facts about these ancient Egyptian monuments, still a source of speculation and debate.
Iconic images show Egypt as a sandy, arid place. But was ancient Egypt a desert, and is modern Egypt one today?
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