Popular Archaeology magazine: “A Pharaoh’s Massive Tomb Unveiled”
ARTICLES / Egypt

Popular Archaeology magazine: “A Pharaoh’s Massive Tomb Unveiled”

The tomb of King Senwosret III, one of the most renowned pharaohs of ancient Egypt’s Middle Kingdom, is expected to open to the public in about a year or two, allowing tourists to appreciate the architecture of Egyptian builders who constructed the burial complex almost four thousand years ago, according to Dr. Josef Wegner, Associate … Continue reading

Popular Archaeology Magazine “The Hidden Art of Angkor Wat”
ARTICLES / Cambodia

Popular Archaeology Magazine “The Hidden Art of Angkor Wat”

The musicians are floating in space. The middle of their bodies is missing and only their conical hats and the cloth that covers their folded legs allow the viewer to piece them together into human shapes. The instruments are more clear: the xylophone, the gongs, drums, and something that looks like a trumpet. Below the orchestra are seven flowers, their purpose still unclear. Continue reading

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Julie Masis is a freelance journalist. Julie’s stories have been published in the Guardian, the Christian Science Monitor, the Boston Globe, the Globe and Mail, the Straits Times, the Bangkok Post, the Montreal Gazette, the Journal de Montreal, and on the Reuters wire. She has also written for all kinds of specialty magazines: Popular Archaeology, … Continue reading