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Travel Blogs from Luxor
... thieves for 3000 years. It was discovered in 1922 untouched. I planned to by a few things to bring home from Luxor. So after my trip I asked the guide to take me to a few places where I could by specific things. We headed first into a shop full of hand carved stone pieces, Basalt, granite and alabaster. As we pull up to the front of the shop you see from the car window a half dozen Egyptians scurrying to there station getting ready to ...
... of Thebes (modern Luxor) province, during the final years of Amenhotep III’s reign and possibly into a period of co-regency between Amenhotep III and his son Amenhotep IV. Amenhotep IV became Pharaoh Akhenaten, the king who moved his capital to Amarna, so this site links into my work and interests.
The project website is: http://www.visiramenhotep.es/
As with most ongoing excavations, we’re not allowed to ...