Hi my lovelies! I decided to start a series of posts about the Valley of the Queens… or at least about some of the tombs found in it, namely those of king Ramesses III’s sons. Despite belonging to princes, these five tombs are all located on the south-western side of the main wadi (or dried riverbed) of this valley.
Hi my lovelies!
Today’s post has been already announced on the Facebook page a few days ago. The topic’s quite archaeological, namely the Villa of Poppaea.
Hi my lovely dears,
It’s been a while since my last post. To make up for it, I’ve decided to show some nice pictures I took of some statues belonging to the so-called Collezione Farnese at the National Archaeological Museum in Naples.
Despite being an Egyptologist, I just realized I never published anything related to Egypt on this blog, so it was high time I remedied the deficiency and wrote about something Egyptological (using my own photographs).
This post is about the site of Saqqara, northwest of Memphis and not far from Cairo. It is famous for hosting the first pyramid built in Egypt, namely the step-pyramid of king Djoser (ca. 2667 to 2648 BC), who was the second king of the Third Dynasty.
Here is the second video with my pictures of Herculaneum, just published on YouTube (the first post is here). I hope you’ll enjoy it! Ciao ciao!
This is my second post on beautiful things to see in Naples; this time I write about something very archaeological. Indeed, the topic today is the archaeological site of Herculaneum (Ercolano in Italian), near Naples, and I have attached the first of two videos based on photos that I took at the site.
This is a short video that I just posted on YouTube, with pictures I took at the temple of Poseidon at Cape Sounion, in southern Attica (the region of Athens), during sunset. It is just magical, so I really wished to share the experience with you, though seen in person it is way more impressive.