For 30 days, starting mid-August, an image of Egyptologist Zahi Hawass appears on one of the largest digital billboards ...
A new museum on the development of Egypt’s capitals is to be opened this year in the New Administrative Capital, writes Nevine El-Aref
After almost two decades of closure, the Tanta Museum is reopening to visitors soon
Beneath the waves of the Mediterranean, underwater archaeologists were busy digging the sea-bed to uncover more secrets ...
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
The find at Kom El-Dikka confirms the popularity of ornate design between the 1st and 3rd centuries AD in Roman Alexandria
Measures to preserve Egypt’s right to control the sale of ancient Egyptian antiquities abroad are at last being taken following the sale of an ancient head in London
The Ministry of Antiquities has ambitious plans to establish and renovate a number of museums in different governorates this year in order to promote tourism in Egypt, writes Nevine El-Aref.