Egyptology

Adam Hemmings is a graduate of the University of Chicago and the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
Tired of red carpets, awards shows, insulting debates, boring Town Halls and droning political pundits? Check out the newest incarnation of the Egyptian boy wonder at The Discovery of King Tut exhibit.
Lord Carnarvon (George Herbert) Photo Credit: Harry Burton Look, I went to an Ivy League school, but even my over-curious
This week, I visited the Egyptian National Museum in Cairo, Egypt, which houses the most extensive collection of Pharaonic antiquities and treasures in the world and I truly had a blast in the past.
Scenes of the painting show life in the Old Kingdom and symbolically reflect Perseneb's high status as a priest. There are
Where does the idea of "desecration" begin and the idea of "important scientific research" end?
"I really believe that Cheops chamber is not discovered yet and all the three chambers were just to deceive the thieves, and
Dahshur has a 4,600-year-old miscalculation to thank for its ancient endowment. Archeologists believe that the Bent Pyramid
What fascinates me the most about archeology is that in the process of answering older questions about the past, we're always finding new mysteries and possibilities to investigate.
We were very intensely doing this research for over a year. I could see the data as it was emerging, but for me the "Aha