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The Antiquities Council of Egypt said on Thursday that archaeologists have found fragments of a statue of an ancient god and a pharaoh in a site that once housed ancient Egypt's largest funerary temple. The fragments were discovered in the ruins of Amenhotep's mortuary temple on the west bank of Luxor. The council said the fragments are a bust of the god Hapi depicted as a baboon, along with the legs of a King Amenhotep III statue. Antiquities chief Zahi Hawass said the fragments were...
BALTIMORE -- In life, King Tut's grandmother was a powerful woman in ancient Egypt, but after death a monument to her met an undignified end. A Johns Hopkins University archaeological team found a life-sized statue believed to represent Queen Tiye buried face down under the floor of the sprawling Karnak Temple site in Luxor, the ancient Egyptian royal city. The statue, which dates to between 1391 and 1352 B.C., was found under the platform of a temple of the goddess Mut, which dates to...
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