The Ever Given is on the brink of being released, according to its insurers, who say its owners have made an agreement in principle with Egypt.
In a series of Facebook posts, the Suez Canal Authority revealed that one person reportedly died during the ship's salvage operation back in March.
Scientists made this discovery after reexamining remains from the Jebel Sahaba site, one of the earliest known sites of mass conflict.
The $7,750 worth of treasure Charles Cartwright unearthed turned out to have been stolen from a nearby home in 2017.
The Suez Canal Authority said this week it plans on widening and deepening parts of the waterway to improve the movement of ships in the area.
Egypt lowered its demand from $916 million to around $600 million as a legal standoff over the ship dragged on more than a month.
The Suez Canal Authority has granted permission for three crew members of the impounded Ever Given container ship to disembark.
It is the first known case of embalmed pregnancy, according to the Warsaw Mummy Project who led the study published on Wednesday.
Shoei Kisen Kaisha set up a fund meant to stop some losses surpassing $115 million. How it will work against Egypt's claims remains to be seen.
As unions call for more of the Ever Given's crew to be allowed to leave the ship, the Suez Canal Authority has denied they are being detained.
The 26 seafarers who work on the Ever Given are banned from leaving the ship while it is impounded by Egyptian officials seeking cash from its owners.
Ever Given's operators are facing mounting pressure to deliver their goods to customers while the ship is trapped in legal limbo in the Suez Canal.
With major blows to Egypt's tourism industry in the 21st century, papyrus makers are struggling to keep their ancient tradition afloat.
The Ever Given is "suitable for onward passage" - at least up the Suez Canal - but can't move thanks to Egypt's $900 million damages claim.
The Ever Given was declared seaworthy, but it isn't yet allowed to leave a holding area off the Suez Canal because of the huge damages claims.
The Japanese-owned container ship may have been freed from the banks of the Suez Canal, but it is now embroiled in a dispute over compensation.
The archaeology team began excavating the great city, known as the 'Rise of Aten,' in September 2020 and have unearthed entire neighborhoods.