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Return Of The Mummy: Ancient Tomb Built By Real-Life High Priest Imhotep Back After Restoration

Pharaoh's burial chamber was designed 5,000 years ago by a priest transformed into a horror-movie villain.  The post Return Of The Mummy: Ancient Tomb Built By Real-Life High Priest Imhotep Back After Restoration appeared first on Zenger News.

The Charqueadas Route Is A Reminder Of Brazil’s Slavery Period 

The Portuguese sent thousands of African slaves to Brazil; they developed a powerful culture that is still alive. The post The Charqueadas Route Is A Reminder Of Brazil’s Slavery Period  appeared first on Zenger News.

One Language To Unite Them All: Can Swahili Be Africa’s Lingua Franca?

Critics say the continent's geopolitical differences hinders Swahili's emergence as Africa's unifying language. The post One Language To Unite Them All: Can Swahili Be Africa’s Lingua Franca? appeared first on Zenger News.

Phar-Old-Job: Ancient Egyptian James Bond Temple Gets Face Lift

Experts carry out a painstaking restoration of the 3,500-year-old Great Hypostyle Hall, used as backdrops for movie blockbusters.  The post Phar-Old-Job: Ancient Egyptian James Bond Temple Gets Face Lift appeared first on Zenger News.

Algeria: Kabylia Marks The 23rd Anniversary Of The Murder Of Controversial Singer Matoub Lounès

The immensely popular and controversial singer was killed by unknown people on June 25, 1998. The post Algeria: Kabylia Marks The 23rd Anniversary Of The Murder Of Controversial Singer Matoub Lounès appeared first on Zenger News.

Pot Luck: Ancient Pottery Workshop Unearthed In Astonishing Find

Perfectly preserved studio, natural gas kiln, pots and pans are more than 2,000 years old. The post Pot Luck: Ancient Pottery Workshop Unearthed In Astonishing Find appeared first on Zenger News.

Kenyan Woman Quits Lucrative Oracle Job, Finds Success In African Dolls Business

Wangari Kamau knits themed dolls, such as for disabled children or those living with albinism or vitiligo. The post Kenyan Woman Quits Lucrative Oracle Job, Finds Success In African Dolls Business appeared first on Zenger News.

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