The Mastabas level of Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation

Lara’s Travels: The Mastabas

Those who have played the 1999 game Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation may remember the almost labyrinthine level design of the Giza-based level “The Mastabas”. Gamers not only had to deal with the possibility of getting hopelessly lost within the level’s many tunnels and underground chambers but also avoid falling into excavation pits and deal …

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8 Egyptology Blogs You Should Be Following

Looking for some quality blogs on Ancient Egyptian history, language, or art? Then look no further. All of the Egyptology-focused blogs listed below have been handpicked for their educational value, originality, and accessibility to the general public. Please note that this is an updated and expanded version of the list I published back in September …

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7 Egyptology Blogs You Should Be Following

Are you interested in Ancient Egyptian history and art and looking for some quality blogs to read? Then look no further. Here are seven Egyptology blogs that get the Tomb Raider Horizons stamp of approval! Note: There is an updated list of Egyptology blogs in the article “8 Egyptology Blogs You Should Be Following” (published in …

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The University of Manchester’s Short Courses in Egyptology

Do you want to study Egyptology but are unable to commit to a degree programme? Or do you want to focus on just one specific aspect of Ancient Egyptian history or culture? If so, you may be interested in the University of Manchester’s short courses in Egyptology. These non-credit bearing courses are 10 weeks long …

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Book Review: Ladies of the Field by Amanda Adams

Amanda Adams’ book Ladies of the Field: Early Women Archaeologists and Their Search for Adventure  delves into the extraordinary lives of seven female archaeologists who, like Lara Croft, threw convention to the wind to travel to faraway lands in pursuit of knowledge and adventure. Some were mothers, some never married, some were devoted wives who …

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