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How the world discovered the mysteries and splendours of the tomb of the Egyptian boy-king Tutankhamun. The tomb that still has secrets to reveal...

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Where are the tombs of Alexander the Great or Cleopatra? Both rulers were buried in Egypt, but their tombs have never been found despite years of intensive research and excavation. Yet we have tantalizing clues. Egyptologist and broadcaster, Dr Chris Naunton, tells the story of the quest for the great ‘missing’ tombs of Egypt.

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Happy New Year! We hope 2019 brings you much joy, fulfillment, and inspiration. To help you on your way, we’ve compiled ten of our best new books to see you into the new year – and beyond.

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Win two tickets the new British Museum exhibition and a copy of the accompanying book.

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Where are the tombs of Alexander the Great or Cleopatra? Both rulers were buried in Egypt, but their tombs have never been found despite years of intensive research and excavation. Yet we have tantalizing clues. Egyptologist and broadcaster, Dr Chris Naunton, tells the story of the quest for the great ‘missing’ tombs of Egypt.

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Where are the tombs of Alexander the Great or Cleopatra? Both rulers were buried in Egypt, but their tombs have never been found despite years of intensive research and excavation. Yet we have tantalizing clues. Egyptologist and broadcaster, Dr Chris Naunton, tells the story of the quest for the great ‘missing’ tombs of Egypt.

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No more hastily buying an airport paperback that will inevitably have you dozing off, instead, we bring you the ultimate summer reads to absorb you as you (safely) absorb those rays.

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Explore the life of Jean-François Champollion; a teenage professor of ancient history, supporter of Napoleon, explorer, and most notably, decipherer of Egyptian hieroglyphics

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What can Giza’s treasures tell us about Ancient Egyptian civilization?

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Leading British archaeologist, writer and broadcaster Paul Bahn led the team which discovered the first British Ice Age cave art. This evening he introduces some of the world’s most important archaeological sites from spectacular complexes unearthed in deserts and jungles to fascinating artworks and artefacts that bring us closer to the fundamentally creative nature of humanity.

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