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Update on “The Hat” and More, from Joe the Mormon
Editor's Note: I recently heard from “Joe,” the Dennett-LaScola study participant who wrote back to me about the “Hat” post in which I quoted him. He offered his insider's perspective and gave me permission to share it with you.
Two Temple Place Winter Exhibition to explore Beauty and the Body in Ancient Egypt
Surviving imagery on exquisite painted coffins, decorated funerary masks, delicate figurines and beautifully carved reliefs will be among the Ancient Egyptian treasures displayed when one of London's most opulent Gothic houses opens its doors for its ...
Rochdale's Ancient Egyptian Artefacts on display at National Show
They include the jackal-headed Duamutef, the human-headed Imsety, the falcon-headed Qebehsenuef and the baboon-headed Hapy all from excavations at the Ramesseum, Thebes. Tom Besford, Arts & Heritage Manager said: “We're really delighted to be ...
Bones and jars of the dead unearthed in 3000-year-old Egyptian tombs
Greco-Roman mummy, tombs uncovered in Egypt oasis
The four sons of Horus -- Imsety, Duamutef, Hapi and Qebehsenuef -- were ancient Egyptian gods. The engravings show the influence of Egyptian religion well into the Greco-Roman period.

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