Channeling the Magic of Ptah and Sekhmet at Karnak Temple

Channeling the Magic of Ptah and Sekhmet at Karnak Temple

The Ptah Temple at Karnak – where the spooky Sekhmet statue stands in her shrine. Laura stands beside headless granite statue of god Ptah at Ptah Temple, Karnak By Laura Ranieri Roy Hidden in a remote area of Karnak Temple, the Ptah Temple precinct holds magical...
2021 Top Ten in Ancient Egypt News

2021 Top Ten in Ancient Egypt News

A Dead Civilization Lives Again – as Archaeologists Resurrect and Vivify The Past By Laura Ranieri-Roy Magnificent pageantry, celebrations, mummies, some with golden tongues – another with a fetus inside her. 2021 was a resplendent year for Egypt. If 2019 and 2020...
Egyptian Sphinxes: Beyond the Avenue

Egyptian Sphinxes: Beyond the Avenue

Unveiling the mystery behind the mythical beast, triumphantly restored for the “Avenue of the Sphinxes” reopening: by Laura Ranieri Roy This week, the world’s spotlight shines on the grand re-opening of the processional way in Luxor – the great avenue and...
Ancient Egyptian Temples – an in-depth look

Ancient Egyptian Temples – an in-depth look

Special guest blog by Jeanne Whitehurst, English Egyptologist living in Aswan Temples were built for over 3,500 years in Ancient Egypt, the earliest, mostly, open courts sun temples to the sun god Re while the last one to be built was the cult Temple to Isis at Philae...
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