Expedition to Egypt. April 2018. LUXOR: White Chapel of Senusret I
The so-called "White Chapel" is a small limestone pavilion, built about 4,000 years ago in Thebes, during the reign of Senusret I - King of the XII Dynasty to commemorate the first anniversary of the Sed Festival in honor of the 30th year of the King's reign. The exact original location of the building is unknown, because it was completely destroyed during the XVIIIth Dynasty. Fragments of it were used by Amenhotep III as a building material for the III Pilon of Karnak.
Expedition to Egypt. April 2018. Luxor Museum of Ancient Egyptian Art
Luxor Museum of Ancient Egyptian Art is a two-story building in a picturesque area of the city, on the eastern bank of the Nile.
All the artifacts, exhibited in the Luxor Museum were discovered here, on the territory of Upper Egypt. The collection of the museum and high quality of its presentation allows visitor to "travel back in time" for a few thousand years ago - mostly into the the New Kingdom, the time of prosperity of Thebes as well as the whole Egypt.
Expedition to Turkey. May 2018. Neolithic complex of Göbekli Tepe
The archaeological complex of Göbekli Tepe, located in Turkey, gradually obtains the increasing worldwide popularity. The location of this ancient complex was known among the archaeologists since the 1960s, however, the Turkish government did not allow any excavations in it for a long time. First systematic large-scale studies of the site have begun scince 1994, directed by Klaus Schmidt from the German Archaeological Institute. The results, without exaggeration, were amazing!
Expedition to Egypt. April 2018. Valley of the Nobles. The Tomb of Amenemopet (TT-41)
The Tomb of Amenemopet (TT-41), is located on the west bank of the Nile opposite to the modern city of Luxor in the Theban Necropolis in the Valley of the Nobles. Amenemopet lived in the period of the XIX Dynasty during the reign of Ramesses I, Seti I and Ramses II and was the Chief Administrator of Amun in the Southern City, the Supervisor of the granaries of the North and South and the Chief Prophet of Min and Isis.
Expedition to Egypt. April 2018.
Naqada. Layer Step Pyramid ofNubt.
The pyramid was probably the oldest work that we examined.
We have then no proof of the age of this pyramid, or rather, cumulative mastaba;
but from the rudeness of the pit, and the complete absence of all trace of tools,
it seems as if it belonged to the premetallic age.
Rock-cut tombs, carved in the slope of the sandstone hill, are located in 450 meters to the north-east of the enclosure walls of the ancient city of Nekheb. Among more than 300 ancient burials, discovered there, only some of them have inscriptions and bas-reliefs. Among the identified ones there are tombs of such historical persons of the New Kingdom as the High Priests and Nomarhs of Nekhen Renini and Setau, the valiant naval officer Ahmose (the son of Abana) and the Nomarch of Esna and El-Kab Pahery.
The JOINT RUSSIAN-AMERICAN RESEARCH PROJECT
"THE MYSTERIUOS PARACAS OF PERU: BEYOND THE BLACK SEA"HAS STARTED!
Elongated Skulls From Ancient Russia And Black Sea Areas. ( With the informational support of ISIDA Project )
"As of April 2018 I am in correspondence with a number of researchers in Russia who hopefully will be able to get me more information about the elongated skulls found in the Black Sea and related areas over the course of time. This may take weeks or months to obtain, and thus may not appear in this book, but in a later update most likely. For now, let us see what and where anomalous skulls have been found."
The joint expedition of "ISIDA Project" and "Anthropogenesis" has arrived with new material and more new information for the future stadies. The first starting point on the Map of Egypt is the ancient city of Nekheb.
"it is the only city of remote antiquity the walls of which still stand almost intact.
From the cliffs back of the town one may look down upon it, stretched out beneath one's feet, and almost see the majestic temple, surrounded by the beautiful villas of the feudal lords,
whose soldiery once manned the now silent walls."