The Rosetta Stone was discovered by the French expedition in 1799 AD.
The exhibition includes 3 manuscripts from the holdings of the Coptic Museum in Old Cairo, and 9 rare icons displayed for the first time.
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The Rosetta Stone was discovered by the French expedition in 1799 AD. It was discovered by a French officer named Bouchard on July 19, 1799.
Within the framework of Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities’ plan to develop and archaeological areas and sites, the work of lighting the external facades of the al-Mansour Saif al-Din Qalawun began on al-Muizz Street.
A Coptic woman from Ismailia was elected by the people to be a member in the Egyptian Senate, and was elected again inside the council to be its undersecretary.
The Supreme Council of Antiquities completed the restoration of three monasteries in the city of Naqada, Qena Governorate. The council will officially launch them on Aug. 19.
Pope Tawadros II of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of St. Mark led the Palm Sunday Mass at the Monastery of Saint Pishoy in Wadi El Natrun in Beheira.
For the first time in 17 years, Egypt has applied the Natrun Valley monastery complex to the UNESCO World Heritage List in hopes it becomes the eighth site of the country's.
The Egyptian Coptic Orthodox Church in Kuwait will hold on Monday the Christmas mass.
Egyptian Ambassador to Canada Ahmed Abu Zied hailed the Egyptian Coptic Festival that takes place in the Canadian city of Mississauga.
The Coptic Church celebrates on June 25 the 51st anniversary of the Cathedral of St. Mark in Abbassia which was inaugurated on June 25, 1968.
Coptic Catholic Patriarch of Alexandria Ibrahim Isaac said on Friday that the Copts pray for Egypt and its leaders President Abdel Fattah El Sisi.
In that occasion, the Pope led a mass in the church.
“The rumors of sacking Pope Tawadros are groundless and blaspheme the Synod,” said the Committee of the Parish Affairs at the Holy Synod.
Ambassador Abeer Bassiouni hailed the vital role played by the Egyptian Church; the oldest in history, in various countries worldwide.
The French president took photos with the Pope, bishops of the Holy Synod, and a group of priests, and signed his name in the Cathedral’s registry of VIP visitors.
The security forces, using the tips they received, monitored the situation in the area of Al-Moneeb in Giza.
Haitham al-Haj, head of the General Egyptian Book Organization, declared that the 100 new books will be published, to be introduced under the organization’s name in Cairo International Book Fair.