Despite the diversity of musical instruments that preserved or were identified in wall paintings or reliefs, we don’t know much about ancient Egypt music. Unfortunately, the Egyptians didn’t come to the knowledge of written records of music, and if so, no evidence was found about it.
Researches continued on one of several non-royal necropolises in autumn 2004. The necropolises are in the southern part of Abusir and they came from the period of pyramid builders (2,700 – 2,200 BC). Czech expedition discovered a unique rock tomb there from the beginning of 6th dynasty period.
Statue of Pharaoh Neferhotep I was founded by a team of French archaeologist. Neferhotep I was a ruler of 13th dynasty in 18th and 17th century BC (in Second Intermediate period). The historians don’t know much about this dynasty, so they hope that the stone artefact could bring new information of its members’ life.
Why any of the Pharaoh statues didn’t smile? Judith Miller (dentist) tried to find the answer to this question. Let’s look at the results of her research, which was carried out on the mummy of the 18th dynasty Pharaoh Amenhotep III. So what was behind the fact that none of the Pharaoh didn’t smile?