Egyptians

A Short History of Pyramidologyby Kevin Jackson

The Death in Sakkara Galleryby Dr Joann Fletcher

Hatshepsut and Tuthmosis: a royal feud?by Dr Joyce Tyldesley

The Story of the Nileby John Baines

From Warrior Women to Female Pharaohs: Careers for Women in Ancient Egyptby Dr Joann Fletcher

The Private Lives of the Pyramid-buildersby Dr Joyce Tyldesley

Animals played an important part in the ancient Egyptian belief system, with sacred creatures and even pets being preserved for eternity.

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Primary Sources of the Old Kingdomby Jaromir Malek

The Great Pyramid: Gateway to Eternityby Dr Aidan Dodson

Ancient Egyptian Gods Galleryby Barbara Waterson

The End of the Amarna Periodby Dr Marc Gabolde

Health Hazards and Cures in Ancient Egyptby Joyce M Filer

Egyptian Top Ten Galleryby Michael Wood

As an Egyptian vizier, or chief minister, you must undertake the most important project of your career – to build the kings tomb

Around 5000 years ago the ancient Egyptians established an extraordinary and enduring civilisation. Enter their world.

The Fall of the Egyptian Old Kingdomby Professor Fekri Hassan

Egypt: The End of a Civilisationby Dr Aidan Dodson

There has long been a fascination in Britain with the world of ancient Egypt – what is it about this mysterious civilisation that so catches the imagination?

Twelve Great Dynasties of Egypt Galleryby Dr Aidan Dodson

Tutankhamuns tomb is one of the worlds most spectacular archaeological finds, despite the young kings relatively obscure life. What makes him so special?

Akhenaten and the Amarna Periodby Dr Kate Spence

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Eric (voiced by Daniel Roche) visitsRoman Britain, where he lives a life of privilege.

Building the Great Pyramidby Dr Ian Shaw

Discover how The Rosetta Stone unravelled the secrets of Egyptian Hieroglyphs.

Travel back in time toAncient Britainand create your own stone circle.

Ancient Egyptian Magicby Dr Geraldine Pinch

The letters and inscriptions shown in this gallery offer a unique insight into the world of ancient Egypt, from the biography of a daring explorer to the letters of an angry farmer.

Mummification is indelibly associated with ancient Egypt, but many cultures have made use of the technique.

Development of Pyramids Galleryby Dr Joyce Tyldesley

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