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Ancient Egypt’s Celebration of the Dead | Lost Treasures of Egypt ctm magazine



Archaeologists are searching for the tomb of Amenhotep III and in the process they find pottery from the ancient Egyptian celebration of the dead.

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20 Comments

  • Robustus on August 30, 2020

    When did Egyptians start living on the west bank?

  • That Irish guy on August 30, 2020

    They left gifts so the dead has provisions for eternity? They are dead. They no longer get hungry or want anything materialistic. Makes no sense to me but to each their own….

  • Saadmaan Saakib on August 30, 2020

    I'm pretty sure in ancient times when people were buried they didn't want to be dug up , like in present time would you go to a cemetery and dig up a coffin ? Would it be ethical ?

  • Hayden Dunner on August 30, 2020

    It's very lucky that TV cameras are usually already rolling when they find something at a dig.

  • 10whiten99 on August 30, 2020

    Put this show on Disney+ I need more Nat Geo

  • ChuckTay23 on August 30, 2020

    Jeez so much for resting in peace. These Egyptian burials are the most disrespected of the deceased that I can think of.

  • Susan Diane Howell on August 31, 2020

    Abraham 2:1-25
    1 Now the Lord God caused the famine to wax sore in the land of Ur, insomuch that Haran, my brother, died; but Terah, my father, yet lived in the land of Ur, of the Chaldees.

  • dojah dee tv on August 31, 2020

    These ppl are not the original ppl of Egypt

  • Anuradha Ranasinghe on August 31, 2020

    So this camera guy was at the exact moment when they started to excavate that place and casually found that coffin as soon as they saw the pottery?

  • Ahmed Eltayeb on August 31, 2020

    It's our excavation of Draa Abou ElNaga, Necropolis Thebes, west bank, Luxor
    I am one of team members who have this great experience with my friend Mohamed
    The head of the Egyptian mission by Dr. Mostapha Waziry

  • Anna Indiano on August 31, 2020

    La storia egizia è cosi affascinante…c'è ancora tanto da scoprire

  • National Geographic on August 31, 2020

    Archaeologists find pottery from the ancient Egyptian celebration of the dead. What intrigued you most about their finding?

  • Yoda on September 1, 2020

    What you think about ancient India…back more than 7000 years ago.

  • Че там еще можно искать в пустыне…

  • Xavier on September 6, 2020

    Finally National Geographic draws the Egyptians according to the true color of the time, black.

  • Melt Down on September 9, 2020

    This series proves that school ruins subjects for people and its much more enjoyable digging for facts ourselves

  • Ryan Sizemore Jr. on October 7, 2020

    Dang it these cliffhangers!!

  • Zyglrox on October 18, 2020

    Those who played AC Origins would definitely have a special feeling watching these videos 😀

  • Alex Joon on November 29, 2020

    Sorry?ir..زمانی که ایران
    ما وجود داشت آن ۱۸۸ تا کشوری که حالا دم از تمدون میزنند نبودند ؟مل اینقدر شاه و پادشاه داریم که من اسمهای اونهارو خیلی وقتا اشتباح میکنم؟ ۱ ⚘iran 2 mesr 3 r روم ۴ چین ۵ هند وسلا بقیه بروند جلو که

  • Muammer Acar on December 12, 2020

    Türkçe alt yazı ekleyin la biz nasıl anlicaz

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