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A masters student's journey through the world of Ancient Egypt, Ancient History and Academia.

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Examining the inscriptions of ancient tourists in the tomb of Ramesses VI – The Archaeology News Network

“I visited and I did not like anything except the sarcophagus!”; “I admired!” “I cannot read the hieroglyphs!” – these are some of the inscriptions read by the Polish scientists working inside Egypt’s pharaoh Ramesses VI in the Valley of the Kings. All inscriptions were left by tourists who visited this place about 2,000 years ago!

via Examining the inscriptions of ancient tourists in the tomb of Ramesses VI – The Archaeology News Network

via Ancient Graffiti on Egyptian Tomb Walls Studied – Archaeology Magazine

AWOL – The Ancient World Online: Open Access Monograph Series: Les Graffiti de la Montagne Thébaine.

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