Zahi Hawass's Articles

Proper site management could go a long way towards solving the problems of conservation, restoration, and tourism at Egypt’s archaeological monuments,

How could the ancient Egyptians have brought together the architectural brilliance and technical skills required to build the Pyramids, asks Zahi Hawass

The only way to save our heritage is proper site management as a response to growing tourism, writes Zahi Hawass

The Great Pyramids at Giza were national projects of the ancient Egyptian state and are not evidence of a lost civilisation

The renowned Egyptologist continues his tour of Pharaonic monuments, this time at Abydos and Denderah in Upper Egypt

Zahi Hawass goes on a tour of Pharaonic monuments at Saqqara outside Cairo and Beni Hassan and Amarna in Middle Egypt

New evidence suggests the existence of closer relations than had previously been thought between ancient Egypt and the Arabian Peninsula, writes Zahi Hawass

A Saudi-French archaeological expedition has made important discoveries at Yamamah and Najran in Saudi Arabia, writes Zahi Hawass

Important archaeological discoveries have been made in Saudi Arabia in recent years, helping to extend our knowledge of the history of the region

New research casts light on the early civilisations of the Arabian Peninsula, writes Zahi Hawass

The Great Pyramids on the Giza Plateau are just three of the 93 that still exist today and that continue to bear witness to the sophistication of the ancient Egyptian civilisation

It is very rare to discover an intact ancient Egyptian tomb, but this took place in 1998 with the discovery of the tomb of the ancient Egyptian priest Iufaa at Abusir

Zahi Hawass describes the discovery of the intact tomb of the ancient Egyptian priest Iufaa at Abusir in the first of two articles

Could an almost forgotten mummy in the Egyptian Museum be the mummy of the ancient Egyptian queen Hatshepsut, asks Zahi Hawass

The members of the Cleopatra Group, a group of foreign ambassadors in Cairo, will have their names engraved in golden hieroglyphic letters because of their love for Egypt

Zahi Hawass gives his recommendations on what to see in Cairo

Zahi Hawass describes the challenges of excavating the water-filled Osiris Shaft on the Giza Plateau, the burial place of the ancient Egyptian Pharaoh Cheops

Important work has been done in salvage and site-management work in the Valley of the Kings, but there is still more that needs to be done

Some world museums are still following the methods of the past and buying antiquities that have been stolen in Egypt

Despite the willingness of some people to believe in it, there is no curse of Tutankhamun, writes Zahi Hawass

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