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King Tut’s magnificent tomb artifacts at risk…

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Killing Memory is a specialty of ISIS…

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Almost 1,000 years ago a ship sank off the coast of Caesarea carrying a fortune in gold.

Israel Gold2,600 pure gold coins minted by the Fatimid Caliphs in Egypt around A.D. 1017.  

http://artdaily.com/news/79357/The-largest-gold-treasure-ever-found-in-Israel-displayed-to-the-public-for-the-first-time#.VYIxFmAbCt9

Lovely review….thanks so much.

http://www.longandshortreviews.com/book-reviews/people-of-the-songtrail-by-w-michael-gear-and-kathleen-oneal-gear/PEOPLE OF THE SONGTRAIL cover 

New Egyptian survey of ancient quarries near Aswan reveal…

There is so much left to be discovered about the past.  This is a good example.  These previously unrecorded petroglyphs show a rare depiction of obelisks being cut and loaded onto boats 3,000 years ago.

https://flipboard.com/article/pharaonic-carving-discovered-in-egypt/a-IwZxX5_VSi25eDh-74upGw%3Aa%3A40895463-b1a712a3e3%2Farchaeology.org

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