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message 1: by Lynn (last edited Aug 25, 2016 12:21PM) (new)

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Lynn (camillalynnauthor) | 22 comments Mod
New kingdom discovery at Luxor.

message 3: by Lynn (last edited Aug 25, 2016 12:52PM) (new)

Lynn (camillalynnauthor) | 22 comments Mod
Look at all the awesome discoveries made in 2007!
New burial site found in Abusir 2 August 2007
Hidden city found beneath Alexandria 24 July 2007
Largest ever pharaonic-era fort discovered 22 July 2007
Old Kingdom town found in Bahariya oasis 16 July 2007
3000 year old mummy found in the Valley of the Nobles 23 June 2007
Belgian team finds intact 1st Intermediate Period tomb 20 May 2007

And there's a ton more here:

message 4: by Lynn (last edited Aug 25, 2016 01:54PM) (new)

Lynn (camillalynnauthor) | 22 comments Mod
A new 13th Dynasty sarcophagus found in Egypt:

message 5: by Marci (last edited Aug 25, 2016 02:00PM) (new)

Marci (bookjunkie71) | 5 comments i saw the special on hatshepsut.... very interesting. i try to tape any egypt program on history channel, or discovery ch. (i'm such a history geek! certain histories that is) i'm also into ancient greece and all that wonderful mythology, ancient rome also.and medieval times to some extent.

message 6: by Lynn (last edited Aug 25, 2016 02:01PM) (new)

Lynn (camillalynnauthor) | 22 comments Mod
I enjoyed that one too. :-) Those are among my favorite channels as well. Count me in on the "history geek" list. I love almost all ancient cultures and have studied the similarities between them (or at least 10 of them anyway) as research for the "Talismans of Time" series, book 2 "Atlantis Reprieved". There are some very intersesting correlations found throughout various mythologies around the world. My story "Ra's Warrior" the prose version has pretty much gone the way of the do-do bird though. It's much more interesting redrafting it as a graphic novel script. My cousin, who graduated with a 4.0 from Graphic Design school, is my artist & when I saw my main character on paper, I fell in love with her. Contrary to popular thought, we work very well together even though we're family. After the holidays, once she has all the character sketches finished, we'll be putting the story together. We're still debating over how we want to publish it.

If you haven't read, "The Mummy or Ramses the Da#&ed" by Anne Rice, you'd love it! It's got Cleopatra's name all over it and in a very interesting way. That's my all time favorite book. Ramses is so handsome. It was supposed to be turned into a movie, but I don't think it happened. After she turned to writing for God, I pretty much stopped reading her work. I have no desire to be preached to when I'm supposed to be reading fiction.


message 7: by Marci (last edited Aug 25, 2016 02:01PM) (new)

Marci (bookjunkie71) | 5 comments i was a big anne rice fan, yes i read the mummmy also.... but as with u i stopped reading when she started her jesus crusade. it's not my thing so...what a disapointment right?

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Lynn (camillalynnauthor) | 22 comments Mod
Aztec Pyramid, Elite Graves Unearthed in Mexico City that could change what we know about the ancient culture.

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Lynn (camillalynnauthor) | 22 comments Mod
I too was disappointed by this change. I respect it and understand, but she lost a reader in me as well.
Brightest blessings,

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Lynn (camillalynnauthor) | 22 comments Mod
Fully intact tomb from the Old Kingdom found in Abusir by Czech Egyptologists. FULLY INTACT and dates to around 4,500 years old!

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Lynn (camillalynnauthor) | 22 comments Mod
This list of discoveries seems to be growing! A Rare Egyptian tomb of a warrior from the 11th Dynasty has been discovered in Luxor. I love National Geographic!
Full story here:

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Lester Picker | 12 comments Egyptian Realm people:

For some good laughs, check out this website, especially the segment on bad historical fiction:


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