Discussion in 'Past & Historical Events' started by Toroid, Oct 20, 2020.
From the tomb of Princess Ita, daughter of Amenemhat II.
The dagger was found in her coffin, together with a collection of jewels that included bracelets, anklets a necklace, and the remains of a belt.
The pommel is in the shape of a light crescent of lapis lazuli. The hilt is beaten gold and is inlaid with disks of lapis lazuli and green feldspar.
Princess Ita's tomb, next to the pyramid of king Amenemhat II at Dahshur. Middle Kingdom, 12th Dynasty, reign of Amenemhat II, ca. 1914-1879 BC.
Now in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo.
Only opened up in 2019 to the public. Interesting footage.
Hawass Announces New Archaeological Discovery in Saqarra
My Egyptian revival photo frame and photo circa 1920s.
Egypt unveils treasures at ancient site in find that ‘rewrites history’
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They need to start releasing unacknowledged facets of ancient Egypt. The Hall of Records would be nice.
I agree but maybe if they do the thieves and robbers will be into it.
Yeah, they probably store all the good stuff in the basement.
Maybe its all stored in the Hall of Records ?
She does have a hole in her head .
Drunvalo Melchizedek said the sphinx's head will fall off sometime in the future revealing a crystal. Maybe that contains the data of the hall of records. According to the Bucegi discovery there's a projected tunnel running from Romania to under the Giza Plateau. They supposedly found tablets and project holograms of the history of the universe.
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