"Giza", acrylic painting on canvas, Copyright Jennifer Stephenson, 2018.
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Circular "kivas" in the ancient cliff dwelling of Mesa Verde, Colorado
Join the Greatest Tomb Hunt in History ...
The Tomb of Queen Nefertiti
has eluded Egyptologists to the present day.
Who will find it?
Where will it be?
What will be in it?
The Valley of the Queens, West Bank, Luxor. Could Nefertiti be buried somewhere in this famous cemetery?
Nefertiti worships the Aten with her husband Akhenaten and her daughters (Tuna el-Gebel, near Amarna).
From the Aegean
The Fascinating Greek Influences
On Egypt’s Sun Pharaohs
The Palace at Knossos, North Portico. This Cretan city was the capital of the Minoan Empire until ~1370-1360 BCE, during the reign of Amenhotep III.
The Lost Egyptian Origins of the Superstitious Numbers 13 and 18
Inside the Peristyle Sun Court of Amenhotep III at Luxor Temple, as the sun sets.
Amazing Connections between Queen Elizabeth II and Tutankhamun!
Inside St. Paul's Cathedral, London - where the Late Queen had her Jubilees.
Tutankhamun, Akhenaten, and the ancient Egyptian religion may have inspired the Jewish Prayer Shawl, the Tallit.
The Cones were real! The first examples of ancient head cones were found in a cemetery at Amarna, Akhenaten's capital city. This image blends the real cone on a woman's skull with a tomb painting of a woman wearing a cone.
Jerusalem's Temple Mount, with added supernatural effects on the "Golden Gate".
Ark of the Covenant (actual movie prop from Raiders of the Lost Ark) - Edmonton, Alberta.
Plagues of the Sun Pharaohs
New article out in Ancient Origins Magazine, available now for purchase...
The Fifth Plague of Egypt, by J. M. W. Turner, 1800.
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