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Two red granite statuary fragments of King Amenhotep III and the god Hapi have been unearthed on Luxor's west bank
The delicate details of the afterlife written down on papyrus by the ancient Egyptians have been unfurled in public at a British Museum exhibit
World-renowned archaeologist Zahi Hawass responds to a question that continues to perplex everyone
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Luxor’s new west bank lighting system is now operational, providing a dramatic night view of the city's monuments
World-renowned archaeologist Zahi Hawass reveals two secret moments he has shared with the Sphinx.
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Egypt's antiquities council announces agreement to return Tut relics from New York
After three and a half millennia, the mummy of Egypt's most famous female ruler has been identified.
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A new discovery at Giza plateau has finally debunked Herodotus's assertion that the Pyramids were built by slaves
Parliament is about to endorse a comprehensive new antiquities law that will incorporate all the requirements suggested by the Ministry of Culture
Tourists will soon be able to see two sections of the Avenue of Sphinxes in Luxor looking much as they did in the days of the Pharaohs
Will Egypt build the first offshore underwater museum?
The first of the 1,500 artefacts planned for exhibition at the Grand Egyptian Museum overlooking the Giza Plateau has arrived safe and sound
A new entrance for Luxor Temple and the reopening of Howard Carter's dig house as a museum are the main events commemorating the 88th anniversary of the discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb
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