The construction of the Great Pyramids of Giza remained a mystery for thousands of years.
Nefertiti, whose full name is Neferneferuaten Nefertiti, lived between approximately 1370 and 1330 BC.
Hawass plans to get the petition signed by Egypt’s historians and intellectuals and send it to Europe in October.
Nicholas Reeves once claimed that Queen Nefertiti is buried in a secret room behind the tomb of King Tutankhamun.
Hawass attended a seminar at the 19th Magna Graecia Film Festival.
Amenhotep III was dubbed “The Magnificent” in the fourteenth century BC.
Egypt to organize a grand celebration to the centennial of Tutankhamun’s tomb discovery on November 4.
The Tanis Collection contains a large number of distinguished artifacts, amounting to 2000 rare pieces.
The 1st opera of its kind about Tutankhamun life to be premiered in front of Hatshepsut Temple on November 5
The Valley of the Kings was a mass tomb in ancient Egypt, where some of the country's greatest rulers, including Tutankhamun, Seti I and Ramses II, were buried.
When British archaeologist Howard Carter opened King Tutankhamun's tomb in 1922, he reported seeing "wonderful things."
The unearthed tomb belonged to a man named Mehtjetju.
A new exhibition in England is shedding light on the Egyptian workers who made the discovery possible.
Starr is fascinated by the pharaonic history, which prompted her to change her name from Elise Lebec to Amun Starr.
Hawass stressed that the Lost Golden City in Luxor dates back to the reign of King Amenhotep III.
The opening was attended by many journalists, media professionals and public figures.
ET reviews the latest updates on the Grand Egyptian Museum.
Many believe the curse of the pharaohs is real, while others are denying it.
The dagger is made of iron. In the era of Tutankhamun, iron was rarer than gold, so where did iron come from?
More than 5,000 artifacts belonging to King Tutankhamun will be exhibited on an area of 7,000 meters.