EASY BLOG 2.0 by dime3studio http://ancientegyptonline.org/egyptnews/ My site description Nikolaj Coster-Waldau to play Horus In ‘Gods Of Egypt’ http://ancientegyptonline.org/egyptnews/p/nikolaj-coster-waldau-to-play-horus-in-gods-of-egypt http://ancientegyptonline.org/egyptnews/p/nikolaj-coster-waldau-to-play-horus-in-gods-of-egypt Sat, 08 Jun 2013 19:26:23 +0000 Nikolaj Coster-Waldau (AKA Jamie Lanister from \'Game of Thrones\') has signed on to be Horus in a movie about avenging the death of Osiris. Conference: Palaces and Residences in Ancient Egypt: Reaching Beyond the State of the Art (London, UK) http://ancientegyptonline.org/egyptnews/p/conference-palaces-and-residences-in-ancient-egypt http://ancientegyptonline.org/egyptnews/p/conference-palaces-and-residences-in-ancient-egypt Fri, 07 Jun 2013 20:04:14 +0000 A two-day conference bringing together recent research into the archaeology, symbolism, context and place of palaces and residences in all periods of Ancient Egyptian culture. Exhibition: Echoes of Egypt - Conjuring the Land of the Pharaohs http://ancientegyptonline.org/egyptnews/p/exhibition-echoes-of-egypt-conjuring-the-land-of-the-pharaohs http://ancientegyptonline.org/egyptnews/p/exhibition-echoes-of-egypt-conjuring-the-land-of-the-pharaohs Fri, 10 May 2013 06:04:45 +0000 The Peabody Museum hosts an exhibition of the power of ancient Egypt and its impact on western society. Conference: Nubia in the New Kingdom - Lived experience, pharaonic control and local traditions http://ancientegyptonline.org/egyptnews/p/conference-nubia-in-the-new-kingdom http://ancientegyptonline.org/egyptnews/p/conference-nubia-in-the-new-kingdom Fri, 10 May 2013 05:53:15 +0000 The 2013 Birtish Museum\'s annual colloquium. Focussing on ancient Nubia during the New Kingdom Protests in Cairo despite Curfew http://ancientegyptonline.org/egyptnews/p/protests-in-cairo-despite-curfew http://ancientegyptonline.org/egyptnews/p/protests-in-cairo-despite-curfew Tue, 29 Jan 2013 03:05:33 +0000 The Egyptian government set out a curfew in several cities across the country. Despite these restrictions, there have been reports of protests. In particular, the situation in Cairo may seem to escalate. Five Tombs found on Luxor\'s West Bank http://ancientegyptonline.org/egyptnews/p/five-tombs-found-on-luxors-west-bank http://ancientegyptonline.org/egyptnews/p/five-tombs-found-on-luxors-west-bank Mon, 14 Jan 2013 00:23:14 +0000 Dating mainly to the Third Intermediate Period (1,069 to 664 BC), five tombs are unearthed in the mortuary complex of Amenhetep II by an Italian mission. Several canopic jars are among the finds. Dahshur Under Threat http://ancientegyptonline.org/egyptnews/p/dahshur-under-threat http://ancientegyptonline.org/egyptnews/p/dahshur-under-threat Mon, 14 Jan 2013 00:16:34 +0000 The site of Egypt\'s first ever complete pyramid is under threat as organized looters keep pillaging the site in search of precious objects. Two Arrested in Faiyum for Possession of Artifacts http://ancientegyptonline.org/egyptnews/p/two-arrested-in-faiyum-for-possession-of-artifacts http://ancientegyptonline.org/egyptnews/p/two-arrested-in-faiyum-for-possession-of-artifacts Sun, 06 Jan 2013 21:52:51 +0000 Two renown suspects have just recently been arrested in the Faiyum in Middle Egypt for the possession of artifacts. Objects seized included around 25 Graeco-Roman coins and 10 statues. 8 Million Dog Mummies uncovered at Saqqara http://ancientegyptonline.org/egyptnews/p/8-million-dog-mummies-uncovered-at-saqqara http://ancientegyptonline.org/egyptnews/p/8-million-dog-mummies-uncovered-at-saqqara Sat, 05 Jan 2013 01:33:42 +0000 Over eight million dog mummies have been uncovered at the dog catacomb at Saqqara. Several breeds have been distinguished but await further study. Oldest Known Depiction of Pharaoh Discovered near Aswan http://ancientegyptonline.org/egyptnews/p/oldest-known-depiction-of-pharaoh-discovered-near-aswan http://ancientegyptonline.org/egyptnews/p/oldest-known-depiction-of-pharaoh-discovered-near-aswan Sun, 30 Dec 2012 01:02:17 +0000 A recent research insight by scholars from Yale University yielded a new discovery at Nag el-Hamdulab near Aswan of a representation of a king.