The Egyptian-Russian Foundation for Culture and Science has released the first book of the pioneering archaeologist Zahi Hawass in Russian.
The 3,500-year-old mummy of Egyptian pharaoh Amenhotep I has remained virtually unexamined since its discovery in Luxor in 1881.
The secrets of the mummy of King Amenhotep I remained hidden under the scrolls and the funeral face mask until they were recently revealed in the scientific study published on December 28, 2021.
The city is named “The Rising of Aten” and was discovered by renowned archaeologist Zahi Hawass.
A statement from the Japanese Embassy in Cairo said Wednesday that the history of this award spans back nearly 150 years.
The artists attended Art d’Egypt exhibition “Forever is Now” held at the Giza Pyramids area. The exhibition mixes contemporary art with the ancient Egyptian civilization.
The university’s president handed Hawass two doctoral degrees in Russian and English.
The Italian city of Cortona witnessed a major archaeological and cultural festival, where the Egyptian archaeologist Zahi Hawass gave a lecture on the recent archaeological discoveries in Egypt.
Hawass’ visit to Italy comes within the framework of promoting Egyptian tourism and highlighting the precautionary measures taken by the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities in Egypt.
Hawass said that this event is a strong promotional means for culture and tourism in Egypt.
Egyptian archaeologist Zahi Hawass met with the world tennis champion Anwar El-Kamouni at the Great Giza Pyramids.
During the visit, Hawass met with the Russian Minister of Culture and spoke about the recent archaeological discoveries in Egypt.
Hawass indicated in a statement by the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities on Thursday, that research confirmed that King Ramses III had sent missions to bring copper from a neighboring country.
The German News Agency shed light on a tour with renowned archaeologist Zahi Hawass, while he was explaining the secrets of the Lost City that was discovered in Luxor.
The city is dubbed the “Rising of Aten” and was discovered by the renowned archaeologist Zahi Hawass, head of the Egyptian mission in the west of Luxor Governorate.
Its history spans back to the reign of King Amenhotep III. The city continued to be used by King Tutankhamun, that is, 3000 years ago.
Director of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina Mostafa El-Feki announced that Zahi Hawass Center for Egyptology in the Library will announce a new archaeological discovery in Habu City in Luxor, in cooperation with the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, on April 10.
The study says modern medical technology helped tell the story of an ancient Egyptian king, who died in order to reunify Egypt in the 16th century BC.
Renowned archaeologist Zahi Hawass invited Sheikh Manea bin Rashid Al-Maktoum, the pioneer of the first cultural renaissance in Dubai and the son of the ruler of Dubai from 1886 to 1894, Sheikh Rashid bin Maktoum, to visit the archaeological discoveries in Saqqara.
Renowned archaeologist Zahi Hawass stated that he is friends with the British model Naomi Campbell, who is currently visiting Egypt.