“For nearly a century, historians have argued about whether or not the events in Exodus actually took place, A new find in Israel may hold the key to a new explanation.”
I think a lot of you might find this article interesting: Does This Rock Explain Why Egyptians Are Biblical Villains? – The Daily Beast
“A logbook containing records that discuss the construction of the Great Pyramid of Giza has been put on public display at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo.”
Source: Ancient Logbook Documenting Great Pyramid’s Construction Unveiled
“Carvings on the wall of the tomb of Maia, the boy king’s wet nurse, have led archaeologists to suspect she may have been his sister Meritaten”
Source: Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamun’s wet nurse might have been his sister | Culture | The Guardian
“Infra-red scanning of King Tutankhamun’s tomb could support a British archeologist’s theory that Queen Nefertiti — or another ancient Egyptian royal — is also buried there, Egypt’s antiquities minister said Thursday. Archaeologists have never discovered the mummy of the legendary beauty, but renowned British archaeologist Nicholas Reeves said in a recent study that her tomb could be in a secret chamber adjoining Tutankhamun’s tomb in the Valley of Kings at Luxor, southern Egypt. Egypt in October launched a study known as “Scan Pyramids” bringing together Egyptian, French, Canadian and Japanese experts to unravel the “secrets” of the Giza pyramids outside Cairo.” Awesome!
Source: Egypt scanning for Nefertiti’s tomb encouraging: minister – Yahoo News
“A 4,000-year-old, approximately 8-foot long leather manuscript, the oldest and longest of its kind ever found, was rediscovered in a museum storage space in Cairo.” How exciting!!!
Source: 4,000-Year-Old Egyptian Manuscript Found – History in the Headlines
Expert with new theory on Nefertiti’s tomb invited to Egypt – Yahoo News.
FILE – In this Oct. 15, 2009 file photo, a 3,300-year-old bust of Queen Nefertiti is seen at the New Museum, in Berlin, Germany. Egypt’s Antiquities Ministry announced Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015, that it is inviting an Egyptologist behind a theory that the tomb of Queen Nefertiti may be located behind King Tutankhamun’s 3,300-year-old tomb in the famed Valley of the Kings. British-educated expert Nicholas Reeves has been invited to Cairo in September to debate his theory with Egyptian colleagues. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber, File)