Newly Opened Tombs in Luxor

Newly Opened Tombs in Luxor

Newly Opened Tombs in Luxor By Laura Ranieri Roy By guest contributor, Egyptologist and photographer Sharon Davidson  These two richly decorated tombs were opened in September 2019, but due to COVID I was only able to visit them recently.  The ticket was originally...
Everything Old is New Again: Travel to Egypt in 2023 and 2024

Everything Old is New Again: Travel to Egypt in 2023 and 2024

Highlights of our Recent Egypt Tour – And Why To Travel to Egypt Soon! By Laura Ranieri Roy It is a very special time in Egypt. I will even venture to say, the most special, perhaps, since after Tutmania hit in the 1920s with Carter’s tomb discovery. With a...
Egypt Travel August 2021: Twelve Tantalizing Insights

Egypt Travel August 2021: Twelve Tantalizing Insights

Tips, Discoveries, and Recommendations from our Recent Trip by Laura Ranieri Roy You can’t travel now… certainly not to Egypt??? There’s COVID out there! Pish tosh I say. With the right precautions, good health and a “let’s get on with life attitude” you certainly...
Secrets of Egypt: Saqqara, Saites and Sarcophagi

Secrets of Egypt: Saqqara, Saites and Sarcophagi

Lifting the Lid on the Late Period Mummy Finds Who were these dead Egyptians? And why were they buried at Saqqara Egypt? By Laura Ranieri Roy Yet another massive cache of breathtaking ancient treasures was revealed from under the sands of Egypt… this January at the...
10 years of Egypt: 2010-2020

10 years of Egypt: 2010-2020

My Decade of Egyptomania by Laura Ranieri Khufu took almost 30 years to build the great pyramid. Some 4600 years later and for one sweet decade, I have immersed myself in the world of Egypt, both ancient and modern. It has been a journey of empowerment, adventure and...