In a gesture of uncommon magnanimity, the British Museum has offered to loan Greece the pirated Parthenon Marbles.
Egyptian archaeologists have made a stunning discovery by unearthing yet another treasure trove of ancient coffins south of Cairo.
Italian archaeologists based in Egypt have reported the discovery of ancient tombs near the city of Luxor which they believe are at least 3,000 years old.
As part of any guided tour to the Pyramids of Giza, a stop at one of the many Papyrus vendors on the main strip leading up to the plateau, is simply a must. The art that is drawn on the papyrus paper is almost as valuable as the paper itself, and visitors can purchase anything from a classic cartouche with your name in hieroglyphics, to a depiction of the ancient Egyptian zodiac, or even one of my favorites, a more modern work of a Pharaoh’s bust. But what you take along in understanding, will be even more valuable weighed against the sands of time.