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200-year celebration: Champollion, the basalt slab & how the hieroglyphic code was cracked. In September 1822, the eureka moment happened. An impoverished young French scholar, Jean Francois Champollion, made a giant leap forward to solve the mystery of the hieroglyphic writing system and read what was on the Rosetta Stone.
...As you enter the experience you are wrapped in darkness, the tone immediately set. Dimly lit, tomb-like spaces, bright blue, gold, and brown colours meet the eyes, provide to instill both a sense of comfort and wonder about what is to be revealed. The first space is...
Barcelona...home to the great works of Gaudi, the Sagrada Familia... and a surprisingly rich Egyptian museum with outstanding ancient Egyptian artifacts on three floors...Explore our top five artifacts in the Museu Barcelona... the brainchild of Egyptophilecollector and hotelier Jordi Clos.
Although Ancient Egyptians loved a good parade, with risqué dancers… being heterosexual was the cultural norm.Yet there is fascinating evidence for homosexual relationships in ancient Egypt.
Surely most fathers will be spending today relaxing with their families: having brunch, reading special postcards, emails, or texts from those children who are far away. In Ancient Egypt, however, the way that father's bonded with their children were different…
The world is changing – too fast for many of us since the pandemic of 2020. The everlasting nature of Egypt’s remarkable past give us a certain comfort during these years of uncertainty. Here's how...
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