The documentary describes Warsaw University archaeology professor Andrzej Niwiński’s life-long search in the Valley of King’s for the hidden tomb of 11th century BC Egyptian ruler Herhor.
Detailing the Romantic poet’s travels around the Middle East, the diaries have been described as “a ready-made script for a thriller”.
Professor Marta Osypińska, a zooarchaeologist from the Polish Academy of Sciences, described the find as ‘unique’, saying: “Until now, no one has found Indian monkeys at archaeological sites in Africa. Interestingly, even ancient written sources don’t mention this practice.”
After five years travelling over 40,000 km across the continent, taking thousands of photographs and recording descriptions of his adventures and the people he met, Kazimierz Nowak left behind an exceptional record of African life in the thirties.
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Clues found in an old book on the history of the school suggest the object was brought back from Egypt by a 19th century brewer and social activist from Lublin who funded the construction of the school building.
TFN speaks to the man on the hunt for a pharaoh’s tomb and the woman filming what could be one of the great archaeological discoveries.
Archaeologists have uncovered a stone chest from 3,500 years ago in rubble above the Egyptian site of Deir el-Bahari.
Professor Andrzej Niwiński who is leading the team of archaeologists at the Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut in Egypt said the 3,500-year-old chest proves that “since we are in the centre of the royal cemetery, it is definitely a tomb. Finding this deposit indicates that we are in the process of discovering the tomb."