To protect these valuable discoveries and more still unearthed, Egypt has adopted a law regulating the process, preventing any excavation practices carried out outside scientific missions.
A recently published study explains for the first time the function of these enigmatic stone balls made by humans millions of years ago.
Egyptian Ambassador to Germany Badr Abdel Ati has praised efforts exerted by Egypt’s leadership to maintain and digitize Egyptian heritage and pay attention to culture and civilization.
Abbas is currently the deputy dean of the Faculty of Tourism and Hotels for education and student affairs at Minya University.
Foreign tourists who were dazzled by this great temple praised the Ministry of Tourism’s efforts, saying “You are doing a great job.”
President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi visited the Philae Temple in Aswan on Monday as the Arab-African Youth Forum hosted in the Upper Egyptian city comes to an end.
An ancient stone that is said to be 4500 years old and has been obtained from the Pyramid of Khufu is scheduled to be displayed at the Scottish Museum.
The two ministers are set to take part in a ceremony organized by Minya University on Saturday to announce the discovery of a new archaeological site in Tuna el-Gebel, Mallawi.
Egypt unearthed a 2,000-year-old sarcophagus in Alexandria, revealing that it is made of black granite of about 265 meters in length and 185 cm in height.
The Stela demonstrates a religious conflict between Khnum priests and goddess Isis’ clergymen, said General Director of Aswan Antiquities Ahmed Saleh.
Egypt Today presents to you top facts about Queen Khentkaus I, the second Egyptian queen who ruled Egypt independently during the Old Kingdom period.
Egypt Today presents to its readers a profile of Queen Tuya who was the wife of King Seti I and the mother of King Ramses II.
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Egypt Today continues tracing the magic of Ancient Egypt. Today, we present the biography of one of the great Ancient Egyptian Queens: Merytre-Hatshepsut.
Egypt Today presents to you the story of Colossi of Memnon located in Luxor
Egypt Today continues its ancient Egyptian queens series, the chosen queen for today is Queen Henutsen, King Khufu’s wife.
Egypt Today continues its Ancient Egyptian Queens series; the selected queen for today is Queen Nefertari, the most beautiful queen on earth and Ramses II's wife.
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