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Beneath the sands of time

It’s close to 100 years since the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb gripped the world. And yet in many ways, very little has changed in the search for the lost tombs of the pharaohs. We know there’s a lot of them out there, but with the dust and sand of millennia heaped on them, it’s the original needle in a haystack situation. And yet as modern technology offers hitherto unimaginable views of the desert, are we about to enter a new era of discovery in Egypt? Egyptologist Chris Naunton brings us up to speed on the quest so far from page 44.

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Egyptologist Chris Naunton takes us on a tour of the greatest discoveries found in Egypt down the centuries. Plus: We look at the German resistance movements that stood up to Hitler, the tragic tale of the nine-day queen – Lady Jane Grey and the fall from grace of one of America’s once most-beloved politicians, Richard Nixon.