Offers an explanation for the disappearance of the tomb of Alexander the Great during the rise of Christianity. As Alexander had been deified, early Christians saw his tomb as a challenge to the worldly triumph of Christianity and sought to erase it from the historical record.
Yocheved let go of Baby Moses in the river inside a woven basket. As the basket flows through the river it encounters various hippos, crocodiles and boats. Moses is then found by the Pharaoh's daughter as she bathes at the end of the river.
Much is known about the family of Akhenaton through archeological discoveries. These include intimate portrayals of the royal family's life. Pictures depict the Pharaoh and his daughters much like any family, a unique find in ancient Egypt.
An enormous statue of the Pharaoh Akhenaten is flown from Egypt to Europe for display in a museum. Akhenaton is distinct in ancient Egyptian history for attempting to radically change religious beliefs.
Describes the innovative construction and symbolism of obelisks in ancient Egypt as well as their connection with the Pharaoh Hatshepsut. Hatshepsut was long a mystery because her successors tried to erase the memory of this female ruler.