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Newsletter 44 was Tutankhamuns funeral mask made for Queen Nefertiti

Discovering Egypt NewsletterNewsletter 44 was Tutankhamuns funeral mask made for Queen Nefertiti

Last year the beard was broken off Tutankhamun’s death mask by a museum worker who tried to cover up his blunder by super gluing it back on.

(and the Egyptians want the British Museum to return artifacts to Egypt – I think not)

The restoration to fix the damage uncovered traces of an earlier, erased royal name, beneath the hieroglyphs of Tutankhamun’s name.

Newsletter 44  was Tutankhamuns funeral mask made for Queen Nefertiti – Read More >>

Egyptian HieroglyphicsEgyptian Hieroglyphics

I’ve just released an update to ​​Egyptian Hieroglyphics
Version 1.3 release 27th November 2015
• improved comparability for Windows 8.1 and 10
• Better print functionality
• improved video player
• upgraded interface design and layout
all current owners of Egyptian Hieroglyphics get the update for free
If you did not get a notification email send me the name and email you used when you made the purchase.



Egyptian Math Worksheet Creator

I’ve just discovered that the Egyptian Math Worksheet Creator works on Windows 10 – I made the assumption that because the Hieroglyphic Print Machine does not work on Win 10  the Math Worksheet Creator would not work ether.

Radar Scans in King Tut’s Tomb Suggest Hidden Chambers

Archaeologists have concluded after studying the data from radar scans in the tomb of Tutankhamun, that there is evidence of unopened rooms behind two hidden doorways in the pharaoh’s underground burial chamber. Read More >>

Tutankhamun's tomb, with the suggested locations of the secret chambers.

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