Vice President of the Wood Antiquities Laboratory at the Grand Egyptian Museum Ahmed Abd Rabbo said that the GEM’s Wood Antiquities Laboratory is one of the most important laboratories in the Middle East region.
Recently, a scarf was recently discovered in King Tutankhamun’s tomb, and is now safely located in the Conservation Center of the Grand Egyptian Museum.
The Board of Directors of Egypt’s Supreme Council of Antiquities decided to temporarily display ten artifacts of Tutankhamun’s belongings in Sharm El-Sheikh Museum, which will be inaugurated 2020.
Egypt’s Tutankhamun exhibition’s artefacts to be displayed at Hurghada, Sharm museums.
What you need to know about Tutankhamun journey around the world.
Egypt’s Tutankhamun temporary exhibition to return back from London to Egypt.
Hawass added that an Egyptian team, headed by Yahya Gad, Ashraf Salim, Sahar Selim and many other Egyptian scientists, conducted studies on royal mummies.
Although the search did not reach a conclusion, a team of Egyptologists still believe that the ancient queen could be buried in a secret room inside the tomb of King Tutankhamun.
The video also presented a number of live shots that highlight the museum’s workflow mechanisms, the restoration of the exhibited artifacts, and the latest developments in the museum in preparation for its opening in 2021.
Egypt Today which is as proud as Salah with this exceptional ancient Egyptian king will shed the light on the life of Egypt’s golden King Tutankhamun.
The exhibition was visited by a total of 1,423,170 visitors during a time span of six months beginning March 23, 2019.
The wood restoration lab in the museum currently contains a unique collection of King Tutankhamun's holdings.
This Tour is made by the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism & Antiquities in cooperation with the Ministry of State for Information.
Acclaimed Egyptologist Zahi Hawass gave a lecture in Nessour Cultural salon.
Grand Egyptian Museum witnessed a celebration of breaking a new record at Guinness world Record by drawing a portrait of King Tutankhamun's mask made from 7260 coffee cups on Saturday, December 28.
The celebration takes place in the external lobby of the Grand Egyptian Museum in front of the glass pyramid, with the participation of numerous stakeholders and local and international media outlets.
King Tutankhamun, the child ruler who died at the age of 19, turned into a famous figure whose luster has not yet disappeared.
The Guardian highlighted the importance of "Tutankhamun: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh" exhibition in London and stated that ‘’ Tutankhamun's glitzy farewell tour is a timely promotion for Egypt.
Despite his death thousands of years ago, the precise cause of Tutankhamun's death remains a mystery.
The Egyptian Embassy in London is organizing several events to celebrate the opening of "Tutankhamun: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh" exhibition in London.