The Mummy of Egyptian Pharaoh Amenhotep I Gets Digitally Unwrapped

Egyptian researchers have digitally unwrapped the mummy of Amenhotep I, an Egyptian Pharaoh who ruled from 1525 to 1504 BC. A Professor of Radiology at Cairo University, Sahar Saleem, and a renowned Egyptologist, Zahi Hawass, led the research. The procedure was performed using advanced X-ray technology, computed tomography (CT) scanning, and advanced computer software programs….

Moroccan Archaeologists Discover Bone Tools

The North African country of Morocco is the home of a significant number of archaeological findings, according to Africa News. 150,000-year-old marine snail shells and a 1.3 million-year-old Stone Age hand-axe are just a few items to name. And recently, archaeologists have discovered clothes-making tools made from bones that date back 120,000 years. More than…