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Monday, 21 September 2020
The coffins of Sennedjem and one of his wives were found inside his tomb discovered in 1886 by French Egyptologist Maspero
A collection of four gigantic objects have arrived at the Grand Egyptian Museum for eventual display on the museum’s grand staircase
The artefacts were unearthed during joint excavations in the Fustat area led by the late George Scanlon, professor emeritus in AUC’s Department of Arab and Islamic Civilisations
The obelisk will be restored, assembled and erected in Tahrir Square
The outer gilded coffin of the ancient Egyptian Pharaoh Tutankhamun is being restored for the first time almost a century after its discovery in 1922, writes Nevine El-Aref
After 20 hours on the road, King Ramses II obelisk landed unscathed in New Alamein City
The opening of the Bent Pyramid of the Pharaoh Sneferu to the public for the first time and a new discovery in Dahshour were top archaeological events this week
After restoration work is complete, the coffin will be displayed along with two others of the king at the Grand Egyptian Museum
The Senefru Bent Pyramid is now open to the public for the first time ever
The inauguration of Khond Aslabay mosque and Lahun pyramid as well as the announcement of a new discovery are the major events in Fayoum on Friday.
The path was developed by the Archaeological Centre of the Italian Cultural Institute in Cairo in collaboration with the Egyptian Museum and the Museo Tattile Statale Omero in Ancona
Debate has arisen around whether the newly restored colossus of Ramses II at Luxor Temple has been placed in the correct location and has the right body position to accord to the original temple layout
'It is the biggest 'saff' tomb to be ever discovered in the Theban necropolis,' said a senior official
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