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EGYPT-NILE/HISTORY
RTX7VWK8
September 16, 2020
Abd El Naby, guard of Temple of Philae looks on beside Egyptian hieroglyphs carved for "Hapi" God of...
Aswan, Egypt
Abd El Naby, guard of Temple of Philae looks on beside Egyptian hieroglyphs carved for "Hapi" God of...
Abd El Naby, guard of Temple of Philae looks on beside Egyptian hieroglyphs carved for "Hapi" God of the Nile are seen on the wall in Aswan, Egypt February 18, 2020. Picture taken February 18, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-NILE/HISTORY
RTX7VWK4
September 16, 2020
A cat walks beside Egyptian hieroglyphs carved for "Hapi" God of the Nile on the wall at Temple of Philae...
Aswan, Egypt
A cat walks beside Egyptian hieroglyphs carved for "Hapi" God of the Nile on the wall at Temple of Philae...
A cat walks beside Egyptian hieroglyphs carved for "Hapi" God of the Nile on the wall at Temple of Philae in Aswan, Egypt February 18, 2020. Picture taken February 18, 2020. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh
EGYPT-ARCHAEOLOGY/TOMB
RTS20J4I
September 08, 2018
A wall of a chamber of the tomb of Mehu is seen after it was opened for the public at Saqqara area near...
Giza, Egypt
A wall of a chamber of the tomb of Mehu is seen after it was opened for the public at Saqqara area near...
A wall of a chamber of the tomb of Mehu is seen after it was opened for the public at Saqqara area near Egypt's Saqqara necropolis, in Giza, Egypt September 8, 2018. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-ARCHAEOLOGY/TOMB
RTS20J4A
September 08, 2018
A wall of a chamber of the tomb of Mehu is seen after it was opened for the public at Saqqara area near...
Giza, Egypt
A wall of a chamber of the tomb of Mehu is seen after it was opened for the public at Saqqara area near...
A wall of a chamber of the tomb of Mehu is seen after it was opened for the public at Saqqara area near Egypt's Saqqara necropolis, in Giza, Egypt September 8, 2018. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-ARCHAEOLOGY/TOMB
RTS20J3K
September 08, 2018
A wall of a chamber of the tomb of Mehu is seen after it was opened for the public at Saqqara area near...
Giza, Egypt
A wall of a chamber of the tomb of Mehu is seen after it was opened for the public at Saqqara area near...
A wall of a chamber of the tomb of Mehu is seen after it was opened for the public at Saqqara area near Egypt's Saqqara necropolis, in Giza, Egypt September 8, 2018. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-ARCHAEOLOGY/TOMB
RTS20J3I
September 08, 2018
A wall of a chamber of the tomb of Mehu is seen after it was opened for the public at Saqqara area near...
Giza, Egypt
A wall of a chamber of the tomb of Mehu is seen after it was opened for the public at Saqqara area near...
A wall of a chamber of the tomb of Mehu is seen after it was opened for the public at Saqqara area near Egypt's Saqqara necropolis, in Giza, Egypt September 8, 2018. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
EGYPT-ARCHAEOLOGY/TOMB
RTS20J0Z
September 08, 2018
A wall of a chamber of the tomb of Mehu is seen after it was opened for the public at Saqqara area near...
multiple cities, Egypt
A wall of a chamber of the tomb of Mehu is seen after it was opened for the public at Saqqara area near...
A wall of a chamber of the tomb of Mehu is seen after it was opened for the public at Saqqara area near Egypt's Saqqara necropolis, in Giza, Egypt September 8, 2018. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany
USA-CULTURE/
RTSJHJ
September 10, 2015
A coffin lid decorated with hieroglyphs is seen on display during a media preview for the exhibit "Mummies:...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
Coffin lid decorated with hieroglyphs is seen on display during a media preview for the exhibit "Mummies:...
A coffin lid decorated with hieroglyphs is seen on display during a media preview for the exhibit "Mummies: New Secrets from the Tombs" at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County in Los Angeles, California September 10, 2015. The exhibit opens to the public on September 18. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
EGYPT-POLITICS/
RTR3BU67
December 22, 2012
A woman wearing a full veil (niqab) queues near a hieroglyphic mural outside a polling centre as she...
Cairo, Egypt
A woman wearing a full veil (niqab) queues near a hieroglyphic mural outside a polling centre as she...
A woman wearing a full veil (niqab) queues near a hieroglyphic mural outside a polling centre as she waits to vote during the final stage of a referendum on Egypt's new constitution in El Dokki district of greater Giza, south of Cairo, December 22, 2012. Egyptians voted on a constitution drafted by Islamists on Saturday in a second round of balloting expected to approve the charter that opponents say will create deeper turmoil in Egypt. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS RELIGION)
EGYPT-TOMB/RENOVATION
RTR38778
September 20, 2012
A worker checks Egyptian hieroglyphs carved onto the walls the "Akhethotep & Ptahhotep" tomb, near the...
Cairo, Egypt
A worker checks Egyptian hieroglyphs carved onto the walls the "Akhethotep & Ptahhotep" tomb, near the...
A worker checks Egyptian hieroglyphs carved onto the walls the "Akhethotep & Ptahhotep" tomb, near the Saqqara or "Step" Pyramid, south of Cairo, September 20, 2012. Egypt's antiquities authority reopened the "Serapeum" and "Akhethotep & Ptahhotep" tombs on Thursday, after the ancient tombs had undergone ten years of renovations, with an estimated cost of 2 million dollars. REUTERS/Mohamed Abd El Ghany (EGYPT - Tags: TRAVEL SOCIETY)
GANDUR/
RTR2M1CQ
May 05, 2011
Art Collector Jean-Claude Gandur poses in the installation of the ancient Roman, Greek and Egyptian collection...
Geneva, Switzerland
Gandur poses in the installation of the ancient Roman, Greek and Egyptian collection of the Fondation...
Art Collector Jean-Claude Gandur poses in the installation of the ancient Roman, Greek and Egyptian collection of the Fondation Gandur pour l'Art in Geneva April 21, 2011. The collection includes a number of high quality Egyptian artifacts among the finest outside of museums including hieroglyphic-inscribed reliefs and wooden sarcophagi. Picture taken April 21, 2011. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: SOCIETY)
EGYPT
RTXVEEX
December 04, 2010
A security guard points to a hieroglyphic painting as tourists walk inside the Luxor Temple in Luxor...
Luxor, Egypt
A security guard points to a hieroglyphic painting as tourists walk inside the Luxor Temple in Luxor...
A security guard points to a hieroglyphic painting as tourists walk inside the Luxor Temple in Luxor city, around 650 km (404 miles) south of Cairo, December 4, 2010. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY)
EGYPT-ANTIQUITIES/TOMB
RTR2BI9Q
March 11, 2010
A worker casts a shadow on the newly discovered tomb of Egypt's Queen Behenu in Saqqara, 30 km (20 miles)...
Cairo, Egypt
A worker casts a shadow on the newly discovered tomb of Egypt's Queen Behenu in Saqqara
A worker casts a shadow on the newly discovered tomb of Egypt's Queen Behenu in Saqqara, 30 km (20 miles) south of Cairo March 11, 2010. Archaeologists have unearthed the intact sarcophagus of Behenu inside her 4,000-year-old burial chamber near her pyramid in Saqqara. Philippe Collombert, who headed the French mission that excavated Behenu's remains, said the team found her sarcophagus within the sprawling necropolis of Pepi I at Saqqara. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY IMAGES OF THE DAY)
EGYPT/
RTXRWIC
December 16, 2009
A blind person examines an artifact at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo December 16, 2009, as part of a program...
Cairo, Egypt
A blind person examines an artifact at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo
A blind person examines an artifact at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo December 16, 2009, as part of a program which teaches blind visitors about its unique collection of ancient Egyptian aftifacts. REUTERS/Tarek Mostafa (EGYPT - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH EDUCATION)
EGYPT/
RTXQJEF
November 09, 2009
A tourist stands in Karnak Temple in Luxor, southern Egypt, November 9, 2009. The Karnak temple complex...
Luxor, Egypt
A tourist stands in Karnak Temple in Luxor
A tourist stands in Karnak Temple in Luxor, southern Egypt, November 9, 2009. The Karnak temple complex dates from before 2000 BC and is dedicated mainly to Amon Ra. It is the largest temple in the world.
REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (EGYPT SOCIETY TRAVEL)
EGYPT
RTXQHN6
November 08, 2009
Reliefs are seen on one of the walls in the Temple of Horus in Edfu, southern Egypt, November 8, 2009....
EDFU, Egypt
Reliefs are seen on one of the walls in the Temple of Horus in Edfu
Reliefs are seen on one of the walls in the Temple of Horus in Edfu, southern Egypt, November 8, 2009. The temple, dedicated to the falcon god Horus, was built in the Ptolemaic period between third and first centuries BC and is one of the best preserved in Egypt. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (EGYPT SOCIETY TRAVEL IMAGES OF THE DAY)
EGYPT
RTXQHMN
November 08, 2009
A tourist walks in the Temple of Horus in Edfu, southern Egypt, November 8, 2009. The temple, dedicated...
EDFU, Egypt
A tourist walks in the Temple of Horus in Edfu
A tourist walks in the Temple of Horus in Edfu, southern Egypt, November 8, 2009. The temple, dedicated to the falcon god Horus, was built in the Ptolemaic period between third and first centuries BC and is one of the best preserved in Egypt. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (EGYPT SOCIETY TRAVEL)
EGYPT
RTXQHMH
November 08, 2009
Tourists listen to a tour guide in the Temple of Horus in Edfu, southern Egypt, November 8, 2009. The...
EDFU, Egypt
Tourists listen to a tour guide in the Temple of Horus in Edfu
Tourists listen to a tour guide in the Temple of Horus in Edfu, southern Egypt, November 8, 2009. The temple, dedicated to the falcon god Horus, was built in the Ptolemaic period between third and first centuries BC and is one of the best preserved in Egypt. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (EGYPT SOCIETY TRAVEL)
EGYPT
RTXQH27
November 07, 2009
Tourists walk in Kom Ombo Temple, southern Egypt, November 7, 2009. The temple, which dates from about...
KOM OMBO, Egypt
Tourists walk in Kom Ombo Temple in southern Egypt
Tourists walk in Kom Ombo Temple, southern Egypt, November 7, 2009. The temple, which dates from about 180 B.C. during the Ptolemaic era with additions made during the Roman period, stands right on the bank of the Nile between Edfu and Aswan.
REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (EGYPT SOCIETY TRAVEL)
EGYPT
RTXQH1B
November 07, 2009
Tourists examine part of the Kom Ombo Temple, southern Egypt, November 7, 2009. The temple, which dates...
KOM OMBO, Egypt
Tourists examine part of the Kom Ombo Temple, southern Egypt
Tourists examine part of the Kom Ombo Temple, southern Egypt, November 7, 2009. The temple, which dates from about 180 B.C. during the Ptolemaic era with additions made during the Roman period, stands right on the bank of the Nile between Edfu and Aswan.
REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (EGYPT SOCIETY TRAVEL)
EGYPT
RTXQGZI
November 07, 2009
An Egyptian takes photographs at Kom Ombo Temple, southern Egypt, November 7, 2009. The temple dates...
KOM OMBO, Egypt
An Egyptian takes photographs at Kom Ombo Temple in southern Egypt
An Egyptian takes photographs at Kom Ombo Temple, southern Egypt, November 7, 2009. The temple dates from about 180 B.C. during the Ptolemaic era, with additions made during the Roman period, and stands right on the bank of the Nile between Edfu and Aswan.
REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (EGYPT TRAVEL SOCIETY)
EGYPT
RTXQGPE
November 07, 2009
Tourists examine hieroglyphics in the Philae temple complex near the southern Egyptian city of Aswan...
Aswan, Egypt
Tourists examine hieroglyphics in the Philae temple complex near the southern Egyptian city of Aswan
Tourists examine hieroglyphics in the Philae temple complex near the southern Egyptian city of Aswan November 7, 2009. The earliest remains of the temple date from the reign of Nectanebo I in the third century BC and are now one of Egypt's legendary tourist attractions. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (EGYPT SOCIETY)
GERMANY/
RTXPLDI
October 13, 2009
Wooden cuboids with hieroglyphs are artistically arranged at the Chinese pavilion during preparations...
Frankfurt, Germany
Wooden cuboids with hieroglyphs are artistically arranged at the Chinese pavilion during preparations...
Wooden cuboids with hieroglyphs are artistically arranged at the Chinese pavilion during preparations for the Frankfurt book fair October 13, 2009. The world's largest book fair with its focal theme on China's literature will run from the 14th till 18th of October, 2009. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY BUSINESS ENTERTAINMENT)
GERMANY/
RTXPLDG
October 13, 2009
Wooden cuboids with hieroglyphs are artistically arranged at the Chinese pavilion during preparations...
Frankfurt, Germany
Wooden cuboids with hieroglyphs are artistically arranged at the Chinese pavilion during preparations...
Wooden cuboids with hieroglyphs are artistically arranged at the Chinese pavilion during preparations for the Frankfurt book fair October 13, 2009. The world's largest book fair with its focal theme on China's literature will run from the 14th till 18th of October, 2009. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY BUSINESS ENTERTAINMENT)
GERMANY/
RTXPLDD
October 13, 2009
Wooden cuboids with hieroglyphs are artistically arranged at the Chinese pavilion during preparations...
Frankfurt, Germany
Wooden cuboids with hieroglyphs are artistically arranged at the Chinese pavilion during preparations...
Wooden cuboids with hieroglyphs are artistically arranged at the Chinese pavilion during preparations for the Frankfurt book fair October 13, 2009. The world's largest book fair with its focal theme on China's literature will run from the 14th till 18th of October, 2009. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY BUSINESS ENTERTAINMENT)
GERMANY/
RTXPKI5
October 12, 2009
A man walks in front of a booth with Chinese hieroglyphs during preparations for the Frankfurt book fair...
Frankfurt, Germany
A man walks in front of a booth with Chinese hieroglyphs during preparations for the Frankfurt book fair...
A man walks in front of a booth with Chinese hieroglyphs during preparations for the Frankfurt book fair October 12, 2009. The world's largest book fair with its focal theme on China's literature will run from the 14th till 18th of October, 2009. REUTERS/Ralph Orlowski (GERMANY BUSINESS ENTERTAINMENT)
GERMANY/
RTXPK5Y
October 12, 2009
A worker stands on a ladder at a booth with Chinese hieroglyphs during preparations for the Frankfurt...
Frankfurt, Germany
A worker stands on a ladder at a booth with Chinese hieroglyphs during preparations for the Frankfurt...
A worker stands on a ladder at a booth with Chinese hieroglyphs during preparations for the Frankfurt book fair October 12, 2009. The world's largest book fair with its focal theme on China's literature will run from the 14th till 18th of October, 2009. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY BUSINESS ENTERTAINMENT)
GERMANY/
RTXPK5X
October 12, 2009
Workers stand on a ladder at a booth with Chinese hieroglyphs during preparations for the Frankfurt book...
Frankfurt, Germany
Workers stand on a ladder at a booth with Chinese hieroglyphs during preparations for the Frankfurt book...
Workers stand on a ladder at a booth with Chinese hieroglyphs during preparations for the Frankfurt book fair October 12, 2009. The world's largest book fair with its focal theme on China's literature will run from the 14th till 18th of October, 2009. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY BUSINESS ENTERTAINMENT)
GERMANY/
RTXPK5S
October 12, 2009
Workers stand on a ladder at a booth with Chinese hieroglyphs during preparations for the Frankfurt book...
Frankfurt, Germany
Workers stand on a ladder at a booth with Chinese hieroglyphs during preparations for the Frankfurt book...
Workers stand on a ladder at a booth with Chinese hieroglyphs during preparations for the Frankfurt book fair October 12, 2009. The world's largest book fair with its focal theme on China's literature will run from the 14th till 18th of October, 2009. REUTERS/Johannes Eisele (GERMANY BUSINESS ENTERTAINMENT)
EGYPT/
RTR245KB
June 01, 2009
The owner of a copper handicrafts' shop holds a portrait of U.S. President Barack Obama and a rendering...
Cairo, Egypt
Man holds portrait of U.S. President Obama and rendering of Obama's name in hieroglyphs in Cairo
The owner of a copper handicrafts' shop holds a portrait of U.S. President Barack Obama and a rendering of Obama's name in hieroglyphs in Cairo June 1, 2009, which he intends to turn into commemorative t-shirts ahead of Obama's planned June 4 speech to address the Muslim world during his visit to Egypt. REUTERS/Amr Abdallah Dalsh (EGYPT POLITICS SOCIETY)
EGYPT
RTXEEWQ
April 26, 2009
A tourist visits Fiela Temple in Aswan April 26, 2009. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT SOCIETY)
Aswan, Egypt
A tourist visits Fiela Temple in Aswan
A tourist visits Fiela Temple in Aswan April 26, 2009. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT SOCIETY)
EGYPT/
RTXEEWO
April 26, 2009
A guard (R) sits inside Fiela Temple in Aswan April 26, 2009. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT SOCIETY)
Aswan, Egypt
A guard sits inside Fiela Temple in Aswan
A guard (R) sits inside Fiela Temple in Aswan April 26, 2009. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT SOCIETY)
EGYPT
RTXEF4S
April 25, 2009
A guide and a tourist look at hieroglyphics on the wall in Fiela Temple in Aswan April 26, 2009. REUTERS/Asmaa...
Aswan, Egypt
A guide and a tourist look at hieroglyphics on the wall in Fiela Temple in Aswan
A guide and a tourist look at hieroglyphics on the wall in Fiela Temple in Aswan April 26, 2009. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT SOCIETY)
EGYPT-TOMBS/
RTR22SLO
December 22, 2008
Hieroglyphic inscriptions are seen on a wall in a recently discovered tomb in Saqqara, December 22, 2008....
SAQQARA, Egypt
Hieroglyphic inscriptions are seen on a wall in a recently discovered tomb in Saqqara
Hieroglyphic inscriptions are seen on a wall in a recently discovered tomb in Saqqara, December 22, 2008. Egyptian archaeologists have found the tombs of two court officials, in charge of music and pyramid building, in a 4,000 year old cemetery from the reign of Pharaoh Unas. The tombs were found buried in the sands south of Cairo and could shed light on the fifth and the sixth dynasties of the Old Kingdom, said Egypt's antiquities chief Zahi Hawass. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT)
EGYPT-TOMBS/
RTR22SI6
December 22, 2008
Hieroglyphic inscriptions are seen on the entrance of a recently discovered tomb in Saqqara December...
SAQQARA, Egypt
Hieroglyphic inscriptions are seen on the entrance of a recently discovered tomb in Saqqara
Hieroglyphic inscriptions are seen on the entrance of a recently discovered tomb in Saqqara December 22, 2008. Egyptian archaeologists have found the tombs of two court officials, in charge of music and pyramid building, in a 4,000 year old cemetery from the reign of Pharaoh Unas. The tombs were found buried in the sands south of Cairo and could shed light on the fifth and the sixth dynasties of the Old Kingdom, said Egypt's antiquities chief Zahi Hawass. REUTERS/Asmaa Waguih (EGYPT)
EGYPT
RTR22ARA
December 05, 2008
Tourists examine the walls inside the tomb of Ramses IV in Egypt's Valley of the Kings, near Luxor, December...
Luxor, Egypt
Tourists examine the walls inside the tomb of Ramses IV in Egypt's Valley of the Kings, near Luxor
Tourists examine the walls inside the tomb of Ramses IV in Egypt's Valley of the Kings, near Luxor, December 5, 2008. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (EGYPT)
EGYPT
RTR22AR7
December 05, 2008
An Egyptian tour guide explains hieroglyphics on a wall in the Temple of Hatshepsut outside Luxor December...
Luxor, Egypt
An Egyptian tour guide explains hieroglyphics on a wall in the Temple of Hatshepsut outside Luxor
An Egyptian tour guide explains hieroglyphics on a wall in the Temple of Hatshepsut outside Luxor December 5, 2008. Hatshepsut was the longest-reigning of ancient Egypt's few female pharaohs, ruling from 1473-1458 BC. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (EGYPT)
EGYPT
RTR229QD
December 04, 2008
A local Egyptian man, employed as a guardian to help oversee the site, points at the hieroglyphics in...
Luxor, Egypt
A local Egyptian man points at the hieroglyphics in Ramses II memorial temple in Luxor
A local Egyptian man, employed as a guardian to help oversee the site, points at the hieroglyphics in Ramses II memorial temple in Luxor December 4, 2008. Ramses II was a 19th dynasty pharaoh who ruled Ancient Egypt for 67 years during the 13th century B.C. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (EGYPT)
EGYPT/
RTR229Q8
December 04, 2008
A local Egyptian man, employed as a guardian to help oversee the site, stands in Ramses II memorial temple...
Luxor, Egypt
A man stands in Ramses II memorial temple in Luxor
A local Egyptian man, employed as a guardian to help oversee the site, stands in Ramses II memorial temple in Luxor December 4, 2008. Ramses II was a 19th dynasty pharaoh who ruled Ancient Egypt for 67 years during the 13th century B.C. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (EGYPT)
EGYPT/
RTR1VMD7
November 03, 2007
A visitor walks past a statue of the head of Ramses II, king of Egypt between 1304 and 1237 B.C., at...
Luxor, Egypt
A visitor walks past a statue of the head of Ramses II in Thebes
A visitor walks past a statue of the head of Ramses II, king of Egypt between 1304 and 1237 B.C., at the ancient Egyptian capital of Thebes November 3, 2007. REUTERS/Nasser Nuri (EGYPT)
GUATEMALA/
RTR1V7JB
October 22, 2007
Visitors look at a detailed copy of a Mayan hieroglyphic text known as the Dresden codex in Guatemala...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Visitors look at a detailed copy of the Dresden codex in Guatemala City
Visitors look at a detailed copy of a Mayan hieroglyphic text known as the Dresden codex in Guatemala City October 22, 2007. The original document, which dates from the 13th century, turned up in Dresden, Germany in 1739 where it is currently held in the Sachsische Landesbibliothek. The Dresden codex is one of three Mayan codices to have survived the book burnings by the Spanish clergy during the 16th century. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
GUATEMALA/
RTR1V7J8
October 22, 2007
Mayan leader and Nobel Peace Prize-winner Rigoberta Menchu (L) takes a look at a detailed copy of a Mayan...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Mayan leader and Nobel Peace Prize-winner Rigoberta Menchu takes a look at a detailed copy of the Dresden...
Mayan leader and Nobel Peace Prize-winner Rigoberta Menchu (L) takes a look at a detailed copy of a Mayan hieroglyphic text known as the Dresden codex in Guatemala City October 22, 2007. The original document, which dates from the 13th century, turned up in Dresden, Germany in 1739 where it is currently held in the Sachsische Landesbibliothek. The Dresden codex is one of three Mayan codices to have survived the book burnings by the Spanish clergy during the 16th century. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
GUATEMALA/
RTR1V7J4
October 22, 2007
Mayan leader and Nobel Peace Prize-winner Rigoberta Menchu (L) takes a look at a detailed copy of a Mayan...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
Mayan leader and Nobel Peace Prize-winner Rigoberta Menchu takes a look at a detailed copy of the Dresden...
Mayan leader and Nobel Peace Prize-winner Rigoberta Menchu (L) takes a look at a detailed copy of a Mayan hieroglyphic text known as the Dresden codex in Guatemala City October 22, 2007. The original document, which dates from the 13th century, turned up in Dresden, Germany in 1739 where it is currently held in the Sachsische Landesbibliothek. The Dresden codex is one of three Mayan codices to have survived the book burnings by the Spanish clergy during the 16th century. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA)
MEXICO-EGYPT/
RTR1U7X4
September 24, 2007
A detail of the Sarcophagus Reused by Pharaoh Psusennes I is seen at the temporary exhibition 'Isis and...
Monterrey, Mexico
A detail of the Sarcophagus Reused by Pharaoh Psusennes I is seen at the temporary exhibition 'Isis and...
A detail of the Sarcophagus Reused by Pharaoh Psusennes I is seen at the temporary exhibition 'Isis and the feathered serpent' in Monterrey, September 21, 2007. Ancient Mexicans and Egyptians, who never met and lived centuries and thousands of miles apart, both worshiped feathered-serpent deities, built pyramids and developed a 365-day calendar, a new exhibition shows. Picture taken September 21, 2007. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO)
EGYPT
RTR1MPBF
February 22, 2007
A man walks inside the temple of Abu Simbel at sunrise Febuary 22, 2007. Pharoah Ramses II angled the...
ABU SIMBEL, Egypt
Man walks inside the temple of Abu Simbel at sunrise
A man walks inside the temple of Abu Simbel at sunrise Febuary 22, 2007. Pharoah Ramses II angled the temple so that the inner sanctum lights up twice a year: one on the anniversary of his rise to the throne and once on his birthday. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic (EGYPT)
EGYPT
RTR1IL1M
October 22, 2006
A detail of hieroglyphics inside the newly opened tomb of a dentist who served the nobility in the 5th...
Cairo, Egypt
Detail of hieroglyphics inside the newly opened tomb of a dentist who served the nobility in the 5th...
A detail of hieroglyphics inside the newly opened tomb of a dentist who served the nobility in the 5th Dynasty, at Saqqara pyramids in Cairo, October 22 2006. REUTERS/Tara Todras-Whitehill (REUTERS)
SPORT SOCCER WORLD
RTR1E2RB
June 04, 2006
A Japanese soccer fan with hieroglyphs reading: 'Hurrah Japan!' painted on her face cheers Japanese team...
Dusseldorf, Germany
A Japanese soccer fan with hieroglyphs reading: 'Hurrah Japan!' painted on her face cheers Japanese team...
A Japanese soccer fan with hieroglyphs reading: 'Hurrah Japan!' painted on her face cheers Japanese team prior to a friendly match against Malta at LTU Arena in Dusseldorf, Germany June 4, 2006 in preparation for the FIFA World Cup Germany 2006. WORLD CUP 2006 PREVIEW REUTERS/Kimimasa Mayama (GERMANY)
EGYPT
RTR1568B
April 22, 2003
Egyptian antiquities expert Mohammed Yousef examines a wall engraved
with hieroglyphics in a newly discovered...
Cairo, Egypt - Arab Republic of
AN EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES EXPERT EXAMINES A WALL IN A NEWLY DISCOVERED
4,800-YEAR-OLD TOMB NEAR SAKKARA....
Egyptian antiquities expert Mohammed Yousef examines a wall engraved
with hieroglyphics in a newly discovered 4,800-year-old tomb near
Sakkara April 22, 2003. A French archaeological team uncovered the tomb
three weeks ago. The tomb belongs to an ancient priest from the 6th
Dynasty. REUTERS / Aladin Abdel Naby REUTERS

AN
EGYPT
RTRM80N
April 22, 2003
A view of a wall engraved with hieroglyphics in a newly discovered
4,800-year-old tomb near Sakkara...
Cairo, Egypt - Arab Republic of
A VIEW OF A WALL ENGRAVED WITH HIEROGLYPHICS IN A NEWLY DISCOVERED
4,800-YEAR-OLD TOMB NEAR SAKKARA....
A view of a wall engraved with hieroglyphics in a newly discovered
4,800-year-old tomb near Sakkara April 22, 2003. A French archaeological
team uncovered the tomb three weeks ago. The tomb belongs to an ancient
priest from the 6th Dynasty. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/ Aladin Abdel Naby

AN
EGYPT
RTRM802
April 22, 2003
AN ANCIENT SKULL RESTS IN FRONT OF A SLAB ENGRAVED WITH HIEROGLYPHICS
IN A NEWLY DISCOVERED 4,800-YEAR-OLD...
Cairo, Egypt - Arab Republic of
AN ANCIENT SKULL RESTS IN FRONT OF A SLAB ENGRAVED WITH HIEROGLYPHICS
IN A NEWLY DISCOVERED ...
AN ANCIENT SKULL RESTS IN FRONT OF A SLAB ENGRAVED WITH HIEROGLYPHICS
IN A NEWLY DISCOVERED 4,800-YEAR-OLD TOMB NEAR SAKKARA.
EGYPT
RTRM7ZW
April 22, 2003
Egyptian antiquities expert Mohammed Yousef examines a wall engraved
with hieroglyphics in a newly discovered...
Cairo, Egypt - Arab Republic of
AN EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES EXPERT EXAMINES A WALL IN A NEWLY DISCOVERED
4,800-YEAR-OLD TOMB NEAR SAKKARA....
Egyptian antiquities expert Mohammed Yousef examines a wall engraved
with hieroglyphics in a newly discovered 4,800-year-old tomb near
Sakkara April 22, 2003. A French archaeological team uncovered the tomb
three weeks ago. The tomb belongs to an ancient priest from the 6th
Dynasty. REUTERS / Aladin Abdel Naby REUTERS

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EGYPT
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April 22, 2003
Egyptian antiquities expert Mohammed Yousef examines a wall engraved
with hieroglyphics in a newly discovered...
Cairo, Egypt - Arab Republic of
AN EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES EXPERT EXAMINES A WALL IN A NEWLY DISCOVERED
4,800-YEAR-OLD TOMB NEAR SAKKARA....
Egyptian antiquities expert Mohammed Yousef examines a wall engraved
with hieroglyphics in a newly discovered 4,800-year-old tomb near
Sakkara April 22, 2003. A French archaeological team uncovered the tomb
three weeks ago. The tomb belongs to an ancient priest from the 6th
Dynasty. REUTERS / Aladin Abdel Naby REUTERS

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EGYPT
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April 22, 2003
Egyptian antiquities expert Mohammed Yousef examines a wall engraved
with hieroglyphics in a newly discovered...
Cairo, Egypt - Arab Republic of
AN EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES EXPERT EXAMINES A WALL IN A NEWLY DISCOVERED
4,800-YEAR-OLD TOMB NEAR SAKKARA....
Egyptian antiquities expert Mohammed Yousef examines a wall engraved
with hieroglyphics in a newly discovered 4,800-year-old tomb near
Sakkara April 22, 2003. A French archaeological team uncovered the tomb
three weeks ago. The tomb belongs to an ancient priest from the 6th
Dynasty. REUTERS / Aladin Abdel Naby REUTERS

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EGYPT
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April 22, 2003
Egyptian antiquities expert, Mohammed Yousef, examines a wall engraved
with hieroglyphics in a newly...
Cairo, Egypt - Arab Republic of
AN EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES EXPERT EXAMINES A WALL IN A NEWLY DISCOVERED
4,800-YEAR-OLD TOMB NEAR SAKKARA....
Egyptian antiquities expert, Mohammed Yousef, examines a wall engraved
with hieroglyphics in a newly discovered 4,800-year-old tomb near
Sakkara April 22, 2003. A French archaeological team uncovered the tomb
three weeks ago. The tomb belongs to an ancient priest from the 6th
Dynasty. REUTERS / Aladin Abdel Naby

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EGYPT
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April 22, 2003
A view of a wall engraved with hieroglyphics in a newly discovered
4,800-year-old tomb near Sakkara...
Cairo, Egypt - Arab Republic of
A VIEW OF A WALL ENGRAVED WITH HIEROGLYPHICS IN A NEWLY DISCOVERED
4,800-YEAR-OLD TOMB NEAR SAKKARA....
A view of a wall engraved with hieroglyphics in a newly discovered
4,800-year-old tomb near Sakkara in Egypt April 22, 2003. A French
archaeological team uncovered the tomb three weeks ago. The tomb
belongs to an ancient priest from the 6th Dynasty. REUTERS / Aladin
Abdel Naby REUTERS

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EGYPT
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April 22, 2003
AN ANCIENT SKULL RESTS IN FRONT OF A SLAB ENGRAVED WITH HIEROGLYPHICS
IN A NEWLY DISCOVERED 4,800-YEAR-OLD...
Cairo, Egypt - Arab Republic of
AN ANCIENT SKULL RESTS IN FRONT OF A SLAB ENGRAVED WITH HIEROGLYPHICS
IN A NEWLY DISCOVERED ...
AN ANCIENT SKULL RESTS IN FRONT OF A SLAB ENGRAVED WITH HIEROGLYPHICS
IN A NEWLY DISCOVERED 4,800-YEAR-OLD TOMB NEAR SAKKARA.
LIFE EGYPT MUSEUM
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December 12, 2002
A small pyramedion with hieroglyphic inscriptions on display in a new
gallery at the Cairo museum December...
Cairo, Egypt
A SMALL PYRAMEDION WITH HIEROGLYPHIC INSCRIPTIONS ON DISPLAY IN A NEW
GALLERY AT THE CAIRO MUSEUM.
A small pyramedion with hieroglyphic inscriptions on display in a new
gallery at the Cairo museum December 12, 2002. Egypt has blown the dust
from 250 ancient artefacts locked in the basement of the Egyptian
museum in Cairo and store rooms across the country to show off some of
its wealth of hidden treasures in display launched today on the
centennial of the museum. REUTERS/Aladin Abdel Naby

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LIFE EGYPT ARCHAEOLOGY
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June 17, 2002
AN EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES WORKER BRUSHES HIEROGLYPHIC INSCRIPTIONS ON THE
ENTRANCE OF A 4,500-YEAR-OLD...
Cairo, Egypt
AN EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES WORKER BRUSHES HIEROGLYPHIC INSCRIPTIONS ON THE
ENTRANCE OF A 4,500-YEAR-OLD...
AN EGYPTIAN ANTIQUITIES WORKER BRUSHES HIEROGLYPHIC INSCRIPTIONS ON THE
ENTRANCE OF A 4,500-YEAR-OLD TOMB RECENTLY DISCOVERED NEAR THE GIZA
PYRAMIDS.


An Egyptian antiquities worker brushes hieroglyphic inscriptions on the
entrance of a 4,500-year-old tomb recently discovered near the Giza
pyramids June 17, 2002. The tomb was found in the cemetery for workers
and artists who built the pyramids and archaeologists believe they may
find the oldest mummy in that burial site by the pyramids.
REUTERS/Aladin Abdel Naby
LIFE EGYPT ARCHAEOLOGY
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June 17, 2002
Zahi Hawass, Chairman of the Supreme Council of Antiquities in Egypt,
explains the importance of hieroglyphic...
Cairo, Egypt
EGYPTIAN DIRECTOR OF ANTIQUITIES DISPLAYS A RECENTLY DISCOVERED
4,500-YEAR-OLD TOMB IN EGYPT.
Zahi Hawass, Chairman of the Supreme Council of Antiquities in Egypt,
explains the importance of hieroglyphic inscriptions on the entrance of
a 4,500-year-old tomb recently discovered near the Giza pyramids June
17, 2002. The tomb was found in the cemetery for workers and artists
who built the pyramids and archaeologists believe they may find the
oldest mummy in that burial site. REUTERS/Aladin Abdel Naby

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EGYPT ARCHAEOLOGY
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June 06, 2002
The shadow of the hand of an Egyptian antiquities expert inspects part
of a 3,500-year-old temple wall...
Cairo, Egypt - Arab Republic of
SHADOW OF A HAND SHOWS HIEROGLYPHICS ON 3500-YEAR-OLD TEMPLE WALL
DISCOVERED IN EGYPT.
The shadow of the hand of an Egyptian antiquities expert inspects part
of a 3,500-year-old temple wall with hieroglyphic inscriptions June 6,
2002. Egyptian archaeologists recently discovered seven tombs, near the
4,800-year-old step pyramid of Sakkara, belonging to high officials and
priests dating from the same dynasty. NO RIGHTS CLEARANCES OR PERMISSIONS ARE REQUIRED FOR THIS IMAGE REUTERS/Aladin Abdel
Naby

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