The Egyptian Neters have long been considered gods but what if that’s not the correct translation? See how some say the Neters are symbolic of the cosmic laws of nature, not gods.Read More Were Egyptian ‘Gods’ Actually the Cosmic Laws of Nature?
Gnostic beliefs held that secret knowledge was the key to enlightenment and a way out of an evil materialistic world.Read More Long Lost Early-Christian Gnostic Beliefs: Heresy or Enlightenment?
In an archaeological first, the researchers used a tool used to study patterns in galaxies to analyze thousands of ancient tombs. Who did these tombs belong to?Read More Archaeologists Discover Ancient Tombs Arranged Like Galaxies in Sudan
The world’s first author and first museum curator were both powerful women from the ancient world.Read More World’s First Author and Museum Curator were Women from Mesopotamia
Tombs from the Hyksos may reveal clues about people who had a profound influence on the world after their brief 100-year rule.Read More Did The Hyksos Influence the Alphabet, Exodus, and the Sphinx?
Shortly after the Golden Parade in Egypt, news of the discovery of the Golden City of Aten was released.Read More Discovery of Golden City of Aten May Shed Light on Pharaoh Akhenaten
A woman with the familiar name of Ankh was found in a tomb with the earliest illustrated book for how to become a god in the afterlife.Read More 4,000-year-old Egyptian tomb of a woman named Ankh is unearthed