King Tuthankamen’s DNA Speaks

The National Geographic article about the results of the DNA study of King Tut is fascinating.  He apparently was frail, had malaria, a genetic walking disorder, and was the son of a brother and sister. King Tut may be seen as the golden boy of ancient Egypt today, but during his reign, Tutankhamun wasn’t exactly a strapping sun god. Instead,… Continue reading

The University of Pennsylvania Museum

The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archeology and Anthropology has a really nice web site featuring Africa, Buddism, Canaan, China, Egypt, Etrucsan, Greece, Mesoamerica, The Near East, North America, Polonesia, Rome, and the Southwest. This is my name in hieroglyphs: Would you like to have your name in hieroglyphics? You must seek the Scribe.… Continue reading