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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

A collection of mud brick sarcophagi from the Roman period with the remains of mummies has been unearthed in Damietta



The mummification workshop dates to the Saite-Persian Period (c.664-404 BC)

The company will provide buses and golf carts for transport inside the plateau, will train horse and camel drivers and give them a uniform, and will create WiFi services, signs, maps and other facilities

The Aragoz puppet show, Egypt’s oldest and most beloved form of theatre, has been placed on UNESCO’s List of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Need of Urgent Safeguarding




Mummies with anthropoid painted cartonnage have been unearthed in Dahshour Necropolis, about 40 kilometres south of the Giza Plateau

There are nine chandeliers in total, two of which have now been restored

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



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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