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The foundations of a luxurious private bath house once owned by some of the richest citizens of Roman Chichester have been found under a public park in the centre of the city.

via Luxury bath house from Roman Chichester unearthed by archaeologists | UK news | The Guardian

via Ten Late Period Tombs Discovered in Aswan – Archaeology Magazine

Amun-Ra Egyptology Blog: Unique funerary garden unearthed in Thebes

During excavation work in the area around the early 18th Dynasty rock-cut tombs of Djehuty and Hery (ca 1500­‐1450 BCE) in Draa Abul Nagaa necropolis, a Spanish archaeological mission unearthed a unique funerary garden.

via Amun-Ra Egyptology Blog: Unique funerary garden unearthed in Thebes

New discoveries in Egypt’s ancient Heliopolis – The Archaeology News Network

Egypt’s Minister of Antiquities Khaled El-Enany witnessed on Thursday the lifting of two newly discovered 19th dynasty royal statues from a pit at the Souq Al-Khamis district in the Al-Matariya area of greater Cairo.

via New discoveries in Egypt’s ancient Heliopolis – The Archaeology News Network

Compelling evidence for future tomb discoveries at Qubbet el-Hawa in Aswan – Past Horizons

Archaeologists from the University of Birmingham have found “compelling evidence” of new pharaonic tombs at Qubbet el-Hawa in Aswan, Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities has revealed.

via Compelling evidence for future tomb discoveries at Qubbet el-Hawa in Aswan – Past Horizons

Engraved Blocks May Be From Ramses II Temple – Archaeology Magazine

The Egyptian-German Archaeological Mission has found a group of large blocks at the site of Matariya in northern Cairo, where the ancient city of Heliopolis was located. The blocks are thought to have been part of a temple built by Ramses II.

via Engraved Blocks May Be From Ramses II Temple – Archaeology Magazine

Burial of a prominent 12th Dynasty Mummy uncovered – HeritageDaily – Heritage & Archaeology News

The burial of a lady called ” Sattjeni ” from the 12th Dynasty (Middle Kingdom) was discovered buried inside two wooden coffins.

via Burial of a prominent 12th Dynasty Mummy uncovered – HeritageDaily – Heritage & Archaeology News

Exclusive footage: Ancient Egyptian tombs open to public for the first time – Luxor Times Magazine

via Exclusive footage: Ancient Egyptian tombs open to public for the first time – Luxor Times Magazine

Archaeologist Discover Underground Church in Turkey – World Religion News.

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