This comes in celebration of the 200th anniversary of deciphering the Rosetta Stone and the emergence of Egyptology.
The events of this case date back to November 2018.
The serekh sign, a paneled walling with the falcon-headed god Horus usually perched on top, is widely believed to represent the facade of a royal palace.
The Egyptian archaeological mission, headed by Ola el-Egeizy, succeeded in discovering a pink granite sarcophagus for Ptah-M-Wia.
The sign depicts an eye with a ‘tear line’ and a curving feature
The statue spans back to the third Intermediate Period, around 1069-664 BC.
Sotheby's in London launched an auction for the sale of Egyptian and Roman antiquities, under the title "Sculptures from 4,000 years ago."
ET sheds light on the statue of King Khafre, builder of the second largest pyramid in Giza.
All the artifacts were documented before the transfer process and a detailed status report was prepared for each piece.
The site of Deir el-Bahari is famous for hosting the funerary temple of Queen Hatshepsut (1473-1458 BC) on the western mainland of Luxor.
On March 3, Egypt celebrates the National Day of Qena. On this occasion, ET shed light on the most important archaeological site in this upper Egyptian governorate; The dazzling Temple of Dendera.
The carefully selected artifacts housed in the Kafr El-Sheikh Musuem sheds light on a group of topics such as the history of the city of Bhutto, one of the ancient Egyptian capitals.
The Supreme Organizing Committee for the Handball World Cup Egypt 2021 chose the ancient Egyptian god Horus, to be the official mascot for the 27th edition of the World Handball Championship scheduled to be held from January 13 to 31.
The famous Greek historian Herodotus summarized the importance of the river to the Egyptians by saying "Egypt is the gift of the Nile".
The Egyptian-German archaeological mission headed by Horig Sorouzian discovered a huge statue of the God Horus.
An Egyptian archaeological mission uncovered a limestone sarcophagus containing two mummies during excavation works in the Quweisna quarries in Menoufiya.
Egypt's ambassador to Bern stated that the embassy succeeded on Nov. 22 to recover two smuggled artifacts from Geneva, Switzerland.