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After five years hidden under scaffolding, Al-Imam Al-Shafei Mausoleum was reopened this week to visitors, writes Nevine El-Aref

The third shrine of the golden boy-king Tutankhamun has arrived at the Grand Egyptian Museum overlooking the Giza Plateau

After five years hidden under scaffolding, Al-Imam Al-Shafei Mausoleum was reopened this week to visitors, writes Nevine El-Aref

El-Enany pointed out the mausoleum is one of the most important Islamic monuments in Egypt because it has an ambitious wooden dome considered the largest in Egypt

The dome was constructed in 1498 AD to be the burial ground of the Mamluk sultan

A 3,000-year-old lost city that has lain buried for millennia beneath the sands has been uncovered on the west bank of the Nile at Luxor, writes Nevine El-Aref

‘Many foreign missions searched for this city and never found it. We began our work searching for the mortuary temple of Tutankhamun because the temples of both Horemheb and Ay were found in this area'

The Pharaohs Golden Parade that left the world mesmerised last weekend was the culmination of more than 18 months of hard work by all those taking part including hundreds of unsung heroes

Lavish parade is to see royal mummies cross the streets of Cairo in jaw-dropping procession

The 22 mummies were discovered in two cachettes in Luxor's Deir El-Bahari and the Valley of the Kings

The remains of the four royals are among 22 mummies that will be transferred during the parade from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir to their final exhibition destination at the National Museum of Egyptian Civilisation in Fustat

The remains of the two royals are among 22 mummies that will be transferred from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilisation

King Thutmose II is the son of King Thutmose I, whose reign was secured through his marriage to his half-sister, Hatshepsut, daughter of Thutmose I’s principal Queen Ahmose

A collection of ancient will embark on a journey across Cairo to their final resting place at the in April, reports

22 mummies will be transferred during the parade from their current place at the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir to their final exhibition destination at the National Museum of Egyptian Civilisation in Fustat

Ahram Online launches a series of daily articles on each ancient royalty joining the parade

Victor Ghica, director of the mission, told Al-Ahram Weekly that he believed that all the evidence suggested that the monastic remains were not only the oldest ever found in Egypt, but also in the world as a whole

Five ancient Egyptian artefacts were repatriated from Germany and Canada to Egypt this week

The site consists of six sectors constructed predominantly of basalt blocks and mud, mud bricks, and a number of buildings which are dug partially - or completely - in the geological substratum

The shrine is the smallest of King Tutankhamun's belongings but is also one of the biggest artefacts to be transported to the GEM from Tut’s collection

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