Last Update 20:23
Nevine El-Aref's Articles
The antiquities minister and the renowned Egyptolgist were honoured for their efforts to boost Polish-Egyptian cooperation in archaeology and tourism

All the Egyptian pieces are from the collection of the museums and are not part of a temporary exhibition in Germany, as was rumoured

A trial of a new environmentally friendly electric bus and restaurant service on the Pyramids Plateau at Giza was launched on Tuesday

The head of the Central Administration for Archaeological Ports and Units said an archaeological committee examined the pieces and proved their authenticity

During the solar alignment, sun rays enter the temple’s sanctum to light three of four statues

From 20 to 26 October, Bagad de Lann-Bihoué, the French Navy Heritage Music Band, will stage musical performances at a number of Egyptian archaeological and tourist sites

A further batch of dozens of sealed and intact coffins has been unearthed at the Saqqara Necropolis outside Cairo, reports Nevine El-Aref

The sarcophagus of Djehuty Imhotep, a 26th Dynasty high priest of the god Djehuty, contained a collection of amulets and scarab figurines of different shapes and sizes

Almost six dozen intact, sealed, and painted coffins were unveiled at the Saqqara Necropolis this week

All the unearthed coffins are in a very good conservation condition and still bear their original colours

The coronavirus pandemic did not stop Egypt from celebrating this year’s 40th World Tourism Day with special events in Sharm El-Sheikh

A cachette of more than four dozen anthropoid wooden coffins will soon be unveiled at the Saqqara Necropolis

The coffins are 2,500 years old and still retain some of their original colours

The GEM has thus far received 54,000 objects from different eras and archaeological sites

All works are outside the archaeological site

The coffins are 2,500 years old and still retain some original colours

Hawass described the task as a great responsibility, especially in this exceptional time in which the world is suffering amid the coronavirus pandemic

The ancient Egyptian Kings of the Sun paid their first ever visit to the historic city of Prague in the Czech Republic this week for a new exhibition

1 2 3 4 5   

© 2010 Ahram Online. Advertising