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Detail of the Finely Carved Raised Reliefs on the White Chapel.  The white chapel in the open air museum in Karnak has some of the most minute carved details of costumes and glyphs of any other monument in Egypt.

Detail of the Finely Carved Raised Reliefs on the White Chapel of Nesi (Pharaoh) Senusret I, Dynasty, Middle Kingdom. The White Chapel, in the open air museum in Karnak has some of the most minute carved details and glyphs of any monument in Egypt.

Senebkay: Archaeologists Find ‘Lost’ Pharaoh of Ancient Egypt Jan 17, 2014 by Sci-News.com |  U.S. archaeologists digging at Abydos, Egypt say they have discovered the tomb of Woseribre-Senebkay, a previously unknown Egyptian pharaoh who ruled during the Second Intermediate Period, shortly before 1650 BC. The cartouche of a newly discovered pharaoh, Woseribre Senebkay, inside the king’s burial tomb. Image credit: Jennifer Wegner, Penn Museum.

The cartouche of a newly discovered pharaoh, Woseribre Senebkay, inside the king’s burial tomb.

PANEEL MET PORTRET VAN HESIRA, UIT SAKKARA, CA. 2770 V.C., HOUT, HOOGTE 141 CM

PANEEL MET PORTRET VAN HESIRA, UIT SAKKARA, CA. 2770 V.C., HOUT, HOOGTE 141 CM

Archaeologists excavating on the banks of the Nile have uncovered a necropolis where hundreds of small pyramids once stood.  Dated to approx. 2,000 yrs ago, the site is located 450 miles from Meroe, Egypt.

French archaeologists have exposed the remains of 35 small, eroded pyramids at the Sudanese site of Sedeinga, shown in this aerial view. The remainder of the site is mostly undug, and contains thousands of burials.

Tombs of Meketre and Wah, Thebes | Excavations throughout Met History, 1870–present | The Met Around the World | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

the tomb of Meketre. Photograph by Harry Burton, 1920 (MC Archives of the Egyptian Expedition, Department of Egyptian Art.

Newly Discovered Step Pyramid in Egypt is 4,600 Years Old

Newly Discovered Step Pyramid in Egypt Is 4,600 Years Old

TORONTO — Archaeologists working near the ancient settlement of Edfu, in southern Egypt, have uncovered a step pyramid that dates back about years, predating the Great Pyr.

TN cave, rock art offers prehistoric perspectives

The Archaeology News Network: TN cave, rock art offers prehistoric perspectives

Detail Tomb of Sennefer, Egypt/ I love the grape vines that stretch across the ceiling.

Detail, Tomb of Sennefer, Mayor of Thebes under Amenhotep II. Known as "The Tomb of the Vineyards" Sennefer was also in charge of the temple granaries, cattle, fields and gardens.

Sitamun - Wikipedia

Princess-Queen Sitamun, daughter of Pharaoh Amenhotep III. From the Petrie Museum

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