Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities
This comes within the ministry’s keenness to raise awareness of Egypt’s archeological treasures among all segments of society.
This was stated by Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities Mostafa Waziri.
This comes within the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities’ keenness to use modern technology and activate the basics of sustainable tourism to preserve the environment in archaeological sites.
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 lecture also focused on shedding light on the archaeological projects currently underway.
It is worth noting that the current issue is the latest scientific production of the Supreme Council of Antiquities in its periodical.
The museum opened the exhibition "Differently Abled" to display a number of paintings of plastic art for children and adults of special needs.
The Pyramids of Giza were lit up for an hour in blue, the official color of the United Nations and UNICEF.
The global event is held for the first time in Egypt and was launched on December 16.
Luxor Governorate is preparing to inaugurate the historic village of Engineer Hassan Fathy in New Gourna following the completion of the first phase of its development and restoration.
The artifacts are set to be prepared to be showcased in the main exhibition halls.
The exhibition will run for three weeks.
Ostraca are potsherds.
Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities Mustafa Waziri explained that these gates come as part of an integrated electronic system to enter all archaeological areas and museums.
The Egyptian Museum in Tahrir received a delegation of the contestants participating in the 28th International Competition of the Holy Qur’an, from 40 countries.
The Saqqara Antiquities Area received the Swedish Ambassador to Egypt and the delegation accompanying him.
A source revealed that one of the workers responsible for lining the canals in the Qift District found the head of a statue and suspected it is an antiquity.
The city is named “The Rising of Aten” and was discovered by renowned archaeologist Zahi Hawass.
The distinguished landmarks will be lit from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. on December 8 & 9.
The project was held in cooperation with the American Research Center.