Another Archaeological Delight Discovered in Egypt

The Egyptian city of Luxor, formerly known as Thebes, is often called the "world's greatest open air museum" and the latest discovery announced over the weekend is no exception. On the west bank of the Nile in this ancient city, beneath a mound of earth and rubble, a team of Egyptian and European archaeologists have unearthed a 3,000-year-old granite head of the pharaoh Amenhotep III (circa 1390-1352 BC). It was found at the site of Kom el Hettan, the mortuary temple of Amenhotep III., called...Full Story
Commenting on this article is closed.