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Byzantine mosaics discovered in Hama’s countryside by Syrian Army

Byzantine mosaics discovered in Hama’s countryside by Syrian Army

Three Byzantine mosaic panels were discovered inside an archaeological site during the Syrian Arab Army’s sweeping operations in the area s...
Ramses II stelae uncovered at San Al-Hagar site

Ramses II stelae uncovered at San Al-Hagar site

During work carried out at San Al-Hagar archaeological site in Sharqiya governorate with a view to develop the site into an open-air museum...
Gerbil bones attest to successful Byzantine agriculture in the Negev

Gerbil bones attest to successful Byzantine agriculture in the Negev

A large accumulation of bones belonging to Meriones tristrami, also known as Tristram’s jird, a species of gerbil common to the Middle East...
Is there an iron throne in the newly discovered chamber of Cheops' pyramid?

Is there an iron throne in the newly discovered chamber of Cheops' pyramid?

In early November 2017, Nature published the results of the Scan Pyramids project, led by Mehdi Tayoubi (Hip Institute, Paris) and Kunihiro...
Archaeologists unveil two major discoveries in Upper Egypt's Tel Edfu and Kom Ombo

Archaeologists unveil two major discoveries in Upper Egypt's Tel Edfu and Kom Ombo

Egyptian and American archaeologists unveiled two new discoveries in Aswan, including a royal administrative complex in the ancient Egyptia...
Ancient Phoenician DNA from Sardinia, Lebanon reflects settlement, integration, mobility

Ancient Phoenician DNA from Sardinia, Lebanon reflects settlement, integration, mobility

Ancient DNA from the Phoenician remains found in Sardinia and Lebanon could provide insight into the extent of integration with settled com...
Graeco-Roman tombstone with painted false door discovered in Alexandria

Graeco-Roman tombstone with painted false door discovered in Alexandria

An Egyptian Archaeological mission working at Al-Abd land in Alexandria uncovered a number of archaeological elements and remains of tombs ...

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