The Egyptian Museum’s account on Twitter published a number of ancient Egyptian artifacts that had been on display for more than 160 years in the Antiquities Museum in Bulaq.
Removing the morbid terrorist group from the political scene allowed the country to continue its path towards success and progress that almost completely stopped following the events of 2011.
Egyptologist Zahi Hawas said that he is currently searching with his team for the tomb of Queen Nefertiti in Luxor and the cemetery of the architect Imhotep in Saqqara.
a new burial chamber was uncovered at the bottom of the communal burial shaft (30 m. deep) of the Mummification Workshop, discovered along with a large tomb complex with five burial chambers in 2018.
Merneith ruled Egypt for almost a decade (2939-2929 BC).
Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has completed the second and third stages of disinfection of some archaeological sites and museums across the country.
The restoration and maintenance work in the Pyramid of Djoser was carried out using modern scientific methods agreed upon globally.
Preliminary studies conducted on the mummified animals indicated that the mummies likely belong to small cubs.
The discovery included a large-sized scarab and 75 statues of cats of different sizes and shapes that are made of wood and bronze.
Khaled el-Anani inspected the archaeological discovery that will be announced on November 23, and the final stages of the restoration project of the pyramid of Djoser in preparation for its opening soon.
Sources at the Ministry of Antiquities revealed that the cemetery to be announced in the Saqqara archaeological area, on November 23, contains a number of large and symbolic coffins, as well as a number of animals.
The Ministry of Antiquities announced on Nov. 5 the discovery of an archaeological cemetery in Saqqara. It is the first discovered cemetery from the Roman era in this region.
British website, The Sun, shed light on a burial cemetery discovered in June south of Saqqara. The cemetery is allegedly more than 2,000 years old.
The protocol of cooperation has been signed by the ministers of antiquities and housing, and the chairman of the Board of Directors of the New Urban Communities Authority.
The tomb belongs to a man named Khuwy who was one of the nobles living in the era of the fifth dynasty in the Old Kingdom.
The American star will give a speech at the Creativity Industry Forum held from March 26-27.
Prime Minister and Housing Minister Moustafa Madbouli gave directives to quickly get done with the renovation of the Pyramid of Djoser by the end of June.
The mummification workshop that was discovered in Saqqara in July was selected by Archaeology Magazine as one of the magazine’s top ten archaeological discoveries of 2018.
In pics: all what you need to know about Royal priest tomb uncovered in Saqqara.
An “exceptionally well-preserved” tomb belonging to a Fifth Dynasty royal priest was discovered at Saqqara by an Egyptian archaeological mission.