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Four Ancient Board Games You Can Make and Play at Home

Getting bored at home? If you’re anything like us, you’ll be missing visiting museums, and learning about history. So why not use some of the extra time on your hands to make (and play!) one of these ancient… Read More

SEKHMET THE DESTROYER

SEKHMET THE DESTROYER   Sekhmet was a fierce warrior goddess, protector of the pharaohs and daughter of the sun god Ra. She was the goddess of destruction and purging, and was worshipped in Memphis as ‘the destroyer’. Her name means,… Read More

SQUABBLING EGYPTIAN GODS, Part 2

OR; HOW TO DEFINITELY LOSE A BOAT RACE See Part 1 of our Egyptian Gods series here!Just a heads up: some of the things in bold might be the answers to bonus questions on your hunt!   Isis gave birth to… Read More

SQUABBLING EGYPTIAN GODS, Part 1

Or, How Not to Treat your Siblings! Just a heads up: some of the things in bold might be a handy hint for your next treasure hunt!   Geb, the sky god and Nut, the earth goddess had four… Read More

In with the (Not So) New: The Egyptian New Kingdom

Having covered the Old Kingdom and the Middle Kingdom, we’re now turning our attention to the New Kingdom, Egypt’s most prosperous and powerful period. The New Kingdom, from 16th century BC to 11th century BC, covered the 18th, 19th… Read More

A Brief Look at the Egyptian Middle Kingdom

Following our post on the Old Kingdom, we’re now turning our attention to the Middle Kingdom (and yes, you guessed it, the next will be about the New Kingdom).  The beginning of the Middle Kingdom (after a hiatus of turmoil… Read More

Everything You’d Want to Know About the Egyptian Old Kingdom

Hey there! This is the first of a series of blog posts about the different kingdoms of ancient Egypt, by yours truly, Cheyenne, student intern at THATMuse. We’ll start with the Old Kingdom of Egypt, the first of… Read More

Wine, Women and a Bed

So I’m just putting the finishing touches on a new Public THATLou; “All Things Gaul, for those who have the Gall” shall debut on, yep, you guessed it: Bastille Day! The Louvre is free on 14 juillet, yet… Read More