From: NEWSMUSEUMS & HERITAGE – THE ART NEWSPAPER ‘The Colosseum is the last thing I would spend money on’: experts angry over plans for €15m floor at Italy’s most famous site Archaeologists object to covering the amphitheatre’s unique underground space and point to more vital restoration projects in the country JAMES IMAM 10th May 2021

Lost city of Luxor

NEWSANTIQUITIES & ARCHAEOLOGY Egyptian archaeologist uncover ‘lost golden city of Luxor’  The 3,000-year-old site is remarkable preserved, with pottery, daily tools and human remains found among its intact walls WALLACE LUDEL9th April 2021 20:01 BSTMORE ARCHAEOLOGISTS HAVE UNEARTHED THE SITE OF A LARGE CITY IN GOOD CONDITION, WITH ALMOST COMPLETE WALLS, AND WITH ROOMS “FILLED

World’s Oldest Brewery

Art World Archaeologists Have Discovered What May Be the World’s Oldest Brewery, Built for Ancient Egyptian Kings The brewery was excavated in a royal graveyard. Sarah Cascone, February 16, 2021 Archaeologists have discovered what may be the world’s oldest beer factory, according to Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities, which made the announcement on Facebook. A team led


Art World Archaeologists Have Found the Roman Emperor Hadrian’s Palatial Breakfast Chamber, Where He Dined Before Servants on a Marble Throne The emperor started each day with an impressive display of power. Caroline Goldstein, February 10, 2021 Archaeologists working at the sprawling 200-acre site of Hadrian’s Villa in Tivoli have discovered a breakfast room where the Roman emperor


Jonathan Laden  February 08, 2021 in Biblical Archaeology Society The earliest signs that olives were produced to be eaten, from 6,600 years ago, have been found off Haifa’s coast. At the Hishulei Carmel excavation site under the Mediterranean sea, researchers have foundtwo oval stone structures containing thousands of well-preserved olive pits. Because the pits were mostly whole, not


Archaeologists Have Unearthed 2,000-Year-Old Mummies With Gold Tongues at an Ancient Temple in Egypt The archaeologist who made the discovery is also searching for Cleopatra’s tomb at the same site. Brian Boucher, February 3, 2021 ARTWORLD Ancient Egyptians often buried their dead with objects that might help them in their journey to the afterlife, such as

TEFAF 2021

TEFAF MAASTRICHT 2021September 11 – 19, 2021 THE UPDATED FAIR SCHEDULEIt’s with great pleasure that we announce an updated fair schedule. The Foundation is committed to navigating the year ahead safely and responsibly whilst ensuring that we continue with TEFAF’s signature fair experience. It is therefore that TEFAF Maastricht 2021 will run in-person from September 11 – 19, 2021. Simultaneously, TEFAF

Venus of Willendorf

Art World The Venus of Willendorf and Other Voluptuous Ancient Figures May Have Been ‘Ideological Tools’ to Shape Body-Image Norms The Ice Age figures may have been worn as amulets to help achieve weight gain. Sarah Cascone, December 4, 2020 Europe’s prehistoric Venus figurines, dating from the Upper Paleolithic, are one of the world’s oldest art forms.


  Egyptian archaeologists make the ‘biggest discovery of 2020’ More than 100 painted coffins have been found at the ancient necropolis of Saqqara, south of Cairo GARRY SHAW 18th November 2020 10:30 GMT The discovery was announced at a press conference last week © Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, Egypt Egyptian archaeologists have announced the