Thursday, June 14, 2007

You'll probably get more Egyptology stuff from me than you would from Tony, but I'll restrict the news items I copy here to the main highlights.

Today's main stories from Egypt are that rock art in the Qurta area of Egypt has been dated by researchers to 15,000bp (Late Palaeolithic - the page contains a set of photos of some of the images under discussion), and that the Johns Hopkins Dig Diary has been reactivated with details of the excavations at the Hall of Drunkenness at the Temple of Mut in Karnak.