Hidden Luxor gets mentioned on Compare Holiday Money blog

Not only a mention for my book Hidden Luxor but a good understanding of the situation in Luxor. http://www.compareholidaymoney.com/blog/hidden-luxor/ Last week I shared my infographic comparing a week in Luxor to a week in Cornwall. I actually have a lot of sympathy to people living in Cornwall who are having …

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Archaeology’s Dirty Little Secrets by Sue Alcock Part 6 (Richard III)

Option #2: Bucket list Sit back and think of what tomb, memorial or battlefield you hope someday to visit. This can be from any time period and from any part of the world. Explain your choice: Describe the site or location you have chosen. Explain why you’ve chosen it. Provide …

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Egyptian room decoration

Michael who bought the penthouse flat Ra from us has decorated it in his own unique style. The first room he did using stencils from this company, this the link to the star stencil http://stencilkingdom.com/catalogue/catalogue.php?page=egypt/catalogue_body_egypt_egypt57.php This is the result, he also used the kepher frieze and the Aten sun from …

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Archaeology’s Dirty Little Secrets by Sue Alcock Part 5 (Ra Boat)

Option3 Experimental archaeology.  Describe the case you have chosen. What was the object of the experiment? How was the experiment carried out? By whom? What materials were needed? Did the experiment ‘work’? Did you consider it a successful exercise and if so, why or why not? Provide a weblink (URL) …

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Archaeology’s Dirty Little Secrets by Sue Alcock Part 4 (Amarna Princess Fake)

Option #3: When is a fake a fake? A fraud a fraud? Find an example of a famous archaeological or art historical ‘fake’ (an object, an event, a person or a creature). Describe your example, including what it was, when it was created, by whom (if we know) and why. …

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