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17 Apr 2021
Archaeological sites in Sudan can be found across the Nile Valley. These pyramids, temples, statues, jewels and other archaeological treasures date from the Meroitic Empire, an ancient Nubian dynasty that ruled over a vast territory from the 3rd century BC to the 4th century AD. But this priceless heritage is today under threat from urbanisation, grave robbers and gold diggers. In order to save what's left, the government is raising popular awareness. Our correspondents report.
18 Jan 2021
The latest trove was found in 22 burial shafts at Saqqara, south of Cairo, and date back four millennia. The finds include a long papyrus Book-of-the-Dead roll said to guide the dead "through the underworld."
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Experts unearth one of Egypt's most important ever archaeological discoveries: an 8-metre statue depicting ancient Egypt's Pharaoh Ramses the Great, the most powerful and celebrated pharaoh of ancient Egypt: living and ruling 3000 years ago.

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