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Friday, 18 January 2019
People all over the world are still inventing stories about the Great Pyramids and the Sphinx that sometimes border on madness, writes Zahi Hawass
The Bibliotheca Alexandrina Antiquities Museum houses one of the most important collections of ancient and Graeco-Roman antiquities in Egypt
Renowned Egyptologist Zahi Hawass asserts that the stone could not have come from the Great Pyramid of Giza
Egypt announced a flurry of astonishing new discoveries, archaeological events and exhibitions abroad this year
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Two Roman tombs have been uncovered during excavation work at Beer El-Shaghala site in Mut village in Dakhla Oasis. The ...
In collaboration with a French archaeological mission, Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities is developing the area around ...
Egypt has retrieved an ancient artefact illegally smuggled out of the country after being displayed at an auction hall ...
Ten archaeological missions are set to start excavations at several Islamic and Coptic sites in Egypt. Gamal Mostafa, ...
The intact sarcophagus discovered earlier this month by a French mission has been opened revealing a mummy if a woman called Thuya
The tomb of the overseer of the mummification shrine has been unearthed in Luxor with its funerary collection
Conservation work at Ipet temple in Karnak is at full swing to meet the deadline for its opening, the ministry of antiquities ...
One of the inscriptions credits the creator God Atum as being responsible for the flood of the Nile, likely dating to the Late Period (664-332 BC)

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