Mummy count continues to grow at ancient Egypt burial site

Mummy count continues to grow at ancient Egypt burial site

A close-up showing one of the mummy filled coffins. The colors are remarkably well preserved despite the passage of over 2,000 years of time.(Image: © Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities)
The number of mummy-filled coffins found in a series of burial shafts at Saqqara in Egypt keeps growing, archaeologists with the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities reported.

Morocco exported a higher volume of tomatoes than Almeria

Morocco exported a higher volume of tomatoes than . . .

Morocco exported a higher volume of tomatoes than Almeria for the first time by Horti Daily is a first. In a somewhat epidemic reaction, it could have something to do with the Brexit. According to data from the Estacom statistical service processed by Hortoinfo, the province of Almeria exported 418.64 million kilos of tomatoes in the […]

The Culture of Coffee

Originally posted on Words from the Ouachita:
I’d say I became a coffee drinker in 2014. Growing up around a lot of old people, I had drank coffee sporadically throughout my life. But never to a degree where the quality of the coffee was important. It was more of a morning ritual and utilized for…