08/15 | When did the ancient Egyptians stop writing in hieroglyphs, and what came next? From the fourth to ninth centuries C.E., Egypt was predominantly Christian. During this time, the language used Read more…
04/26 | A schoolgirl participating in the Temple Mount Sifting Project in Jerusalem found a rare amulet bearing the name of Egyptian Pharaoh Thutmose III. Read more…
03/18 | Egyptologist Beth Ann Judas reviews the Gods of Egypt movie, describing it as portraying ancient Egyptian mythology with “fleeting moments of random accuracy.” Read more…
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