Amazon.co.uk: Customer Reviews: Hidden Luxor

A great new review on Amazon Amazon.co.uk: Customer Reviews: Hidden Luxor: This book was just what I wanted, having been to Luxor several times and seen the “usual” tourist sites, I wanted something a little more obscure. Well it certainly delivered. Jane Akshar not only invites you to explore a …

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Coming soon a new book Grandfather, Father, Son

“But the temples are all the same!” “But the temples are all the same!” Wondering what else to visit in Luxor and puzzled about the various temples. Jane Akshar unlocks the mysteries of Luxor’s Ancient Egyptian temples. In simple, easy to understand language she shows you how to understand, appreciate …

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Now this is what I call a guest review!

Some guests tell you while they are staying how much they enjoyed the visit, others will write you a review on Trip Advisor but then there are guests like Pip Faulks who do you a promotional video!!!!!!!!!!   This is her Trip Advisor Review http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g294205-d1174145-r205351056-Flats_in_Luxor-Luxor_Nile_River_Valley.html As a newly single woman …

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Archaeology’s Dirty Little Secrets by Sue Alcock Part 8 (Merenptah Museum)

Unit 8 Option #2: Museum displays Visit a local museum or historical site (any ones, any where) and write a critique of its style of presentation. Consider and respond to at least three of the following questions: What is chosen to be on display? How is it arranged? (By period? …

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Archaeology’s Dirty Little Secrets by Sue Alcock Part 7 (Old Gurna / Qurna)

Unit 7 Option #2: Story time with the locals We said early on in this class that archaeologists often learn about sites or other ‘old things’ through conversations with local informants.  Now it is your turn… Interview at least three people from your community about an archaeological site (or monument …

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