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  • Did Nazis change the universal music pitch to use against their enemies? 03 Aug 2021 13:57 Jerusalem Post A popular meme on social media makes a series of allegations about the musical tune pitch A=432Hz and A=440Hz, including that the latter was a standard imposed by the Nazis to manipulate their enemies. Multiple experts told Reuters these allegations are …
  • Treasures found in 2200-year-old shipwreck at Egyptian Atlantis 27 Jul 2021 22:29 The New Zeland Herald TravelUpdated 27 Jul, 2021 08:55 PM2 minutes to read Treasures still being found at Egypt's sunken city. Photo / The Hilti Foundation via Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and AntiquesTreasures still being found at Egypt's sunken city. Photo / …
  • Archaeologists find ancient Egyptian warship sunk near Alexandria 23 Jul 2021 19:06 Arc Technica Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities 3 with 3 posters participating Twenty-four hundred years ago, Heraklion was ancient Egypt’s largest port on the Mediterranean Sea. Today, the ancient city lies submerged beneath Abu Qir Bay, a few kilometers off the …
  • Timna mines supplied Egypt with copper in biblical times, study suggests 20 Jul 2021 18:29 Jerusalem Post Did a massive trade route exist some 3,000 years ago between Egypt and Timna, home to the iconic copper mines which have become famous as “King Solomon’s Mines,” located in the southern region of modern Israel? A new innovative study led by Dr. Shirly Ben- …
  • 3,000-Year-Old Egyptian Figurines Shed Light on Bronze Age Collapse 18 Jul 2021 21:28 Media Line New Israeli study reveals previously unknown trade relations between ancient Egypt and Arava region, located in present-day Israel and Jordan Three thousand years ago, powerful and advanced civilizations throughout the Near East and the Mediterranean …
  • Egyptian bronze figurines shed light on ancient commerce 18 Jul 2021 00:05 Jerusalem Post Newly discovered 3,000-year-old bronze figurines that have been recently unearthed in Tanis, Egypt can answer questions about international commerce in ancient Egypt, a reseearch team has discovered. The study, which was recently published in the Journal …
  • Sheppard named first Christensen Fellow at S&T 06 Jul 2021 16:53 Missouri S&T News Dr. Kathleen Sheppard has been named Missouri S&T’s first Christensen Fellow of history and political science. The fellowship provides funding for faculty to travel to find and study original source materials to support their research, as well as to …
  • The thorny ethics of displaying Egyptian mummies to the public 30 Jun 2021 01:08 Salon In 1823, the chief surgeon at Massachusetts General Hospital, John Warren, prepared to autopsy a 2,500-year-old corpse. Warren figured examining the Egyptian mummy — a gift from a patron that had been placed in the hospital's surgical ward to collect …
  • Early Medieval Egyptian blue in laser light 09 Jun 2021 16:20 EIN Presswire Research team elucidates complex spectrum of trace compounds in the first artificial pigment of mankind BERLIN, GERMANY, June 9, 2021 /⁨EINPresswire.com⁩/ -- Art technologist Dr. Petra Dariz and analytical chemist Dr. Thomas Schmid (School of …
  • Polish scientists discover pregnant Egyptian mummy 25 May 2021 03:39 Proto Thema Author: Panos  | Published: May 24, 2021 A Polish team of scientists used radiology to discover a pregnant Egyptian mummy, raising controversy in Egypt A Polish archaeological research team says it has discovered a pregnant Egyptian mummy dating to the …
  • First pregnant Egyptian mummy surprises researchers 30 Apr 2021 13:02 KMIZ ABC 17 - Missouri An Egyptian mummy previously believed to be a priest has turned out to be a pregnant woman. The surprise discovery, the first of its kind anywhere in the world, was made by Polish scientists at the Warsaw Mummy Project. The team, who since 2015 have been …
  • Ancient Remains of Adults and Children, Funerary Relics Found in 110 Egyptian Pharaonic-Era Tombs 28 Apr 2021 12:15 Sputnik International Middle East 11:08 GMT 28.04.2021Get short URL Egypt has been seeking publicity for its recent archaeological discoveries, ostensibly in the hopes of reviving flagging interest in its tourism sector, crippled by the coronavirus pandemic. Accordingly, on 3 …
  • Virtually digging up archaeology 27 Apr 2021 13:36 Phys.org Harvard archaeology students routinely venture into the past, traveling all over the globe in search of new knowledge. This semester, they are using the technology of today to travel into nearly 90 virtual classrooms as special guest speakers, telling more …
  • An ancient Egyptian city as well preserved as Pompeii has been unearthed 16 Apr 2021 08:03 Salon For centuries archaeologists and other scholars have carefully excavated the ruins of Pompeii, the wealthy ancient Roman city that was frozen in time after being buried in volcanic ash and pumice after Mount Vesuvius erupted in 79 AD. Pompeii continues to …
  • Archaeologists Discover Lost Egyptian City Said to Rival Pompeii 12 Apr 2021 15:11 ExtremeTech A new discovery on the west bank of the Nile, near the iconic Valley of the Kings, has archaeologists buzzing about what may be the most important archaeological find since the location of Tutankhamun’s tomb. An entire lost city has been found, with …
  • Lost Golden City in Luxor most significant Egyptian find since King Tut's tomb 12 Apr 2021 04:49 The New Zeland Herald Lost City: The city in Luxor is the most significant Egyptian find for 100 years. Photo / Fadel Dawood, Getty ImagesIt's been dubbed as the biggest archaeological discovery since King Tut's tomb nearly a century ago. On Thursday, Egypt …
  • Famed Egyptian archaeologist reveals ‘the most important discovery’ of 3,000-year-old lost city in Luxor 11 Apr 2021 02:45 Honolulu Star Advertiser ASSOCIATED PRESS A man covers a skeleton in a 3,000-year-old lost city in Luxor province, Egypt. The newly unearthed city is located between the temple of King Rameses III and the colossi of Amenhotep III on the west bank of the Nile in Luxor. The city …
  • Archaeologists unearth lost Egyptian city 10 Apr 2021 17:41 Daily Star Archaeologists have uncovered the remains of an ancient city in the desert outside Luxor that they say is the "largest" ever found in Egypt and dates back to a golden age of the pharaohs 3,000 years ago. Famed Egyptologist Zahi Hawass announced …
  • Archaeologists Discover Lost City In Egypt, Calling It An ‘Ancient Egyptian Pompeii’ 10 Apr 2021 01:25 Daily Caller Archeologists in Egypt have unearthed what’s being called an “ancient Egyptian Pompeii” after discovering a 3,000-year-old lost city. The mortuary city in the southern province of Luxor was discovered by an Egyptian mission and is the largest one ever …
  • Egyptian lost city dating back over 3,400 years discovered 09 Apr 2021 20:47 The Maravi Post – – Egyptian Archaeologists have announced the discovery of a lost ancient city which was supposedly buried under sand for thousands of years. Experts say the discovery is one of the most important finds since unearthing Tutankhamun’s tomb. Famed …

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