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The discovery of the lost city of 'the Dazzling Aten' will offer vital clues about domestic and urban life in Ancient Egypt

By Anna M. Kotarba-Morley, Lecturer, Archaeology, Flinders University
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We sometimes call Egypt the 'civilisation without cities'. The Lost Golden City of Amenhotep III will bring new understanding of Ancient Egyptian urban life.

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