ancient egypt

Photos: Alexandria’s sunken city of Heracleion reveals new treasures
Archaeology

Photos: Alexandria’s sunken city of Heracleion reveals new treasures

An underwater excavation carried out by an Egyptian-French mission operating the sunken city of Heracleion in Abu Qir, led by…
King Khufu’s First Boat to be transferred to Grand Egyptian Museum
Archaeology

King Khufu’s First Boat to be transferred to Grand Egyptian Museum

The world’s longest and most modern Belgian-made trailer truck will transport King Khufu’s first sun boat from south of the…
Photos: Remains of a Greco-Roman pottery workshop uncovered in Egypt
Archaeology

Photos: Remains of a Greco-Roman pottery workshop uncovered in Egypt

The Egyptian archaeological mission working in the area of Tel Kom Aziza in the Beheira governorate has discovered the remains…
Egypt gears up for grand parade to celebrate Luxor’s Pharaonic Kebash Road restoration
Archaeology

Egypt gears up for grand parade to celebrate Luxor’s Pharaonic Kebash Road restoration

On Tuesday, Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouly inspected a project that is restoring the Pharaonic Kebash (Rams) Road, which links the…
Egypt gears up for Expo Dubai as the countdown begins
Egypt

Egypt gears up for Expo Dubai as the countdown begins

The countdown to Expo 2020 Dubai has begun, with a kickoff anticipated in October in the United Arab Emirates under…
Ancient Egyptian mummy undergoes CT scan in Italian hospital
Archaeology

Ancient Egyptian mummy undergoes CT scan in Italian hospital

Ancient Egypt meets modern medical technology after a mummy underwent a CT scan in an Italian hospital as part of…
Ismailia’s Museum of Antiquities receives stela dating back to 26th dynasty
Archaeology

Ismailia’s Museum of Antiquities receives stela dating back to 26th dynasty

The Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities Mostafa Waziry announced Monday said that the Museum of Antiquities in Ismailia…
Egypt’s ‘Kings of the Sun’ exhibition in Prague sells out
Archaeology

Egypt’s ‘Kings of the Sun’ exhibition in Prague sells out

Since its reopening in May, tickets for the “Kings of the Sun” exhibit in Prague’s National Museum have completely sold…
Photos: Archaeological team uncovers over 250 rock tombs at al-Hamdiya necropolis east of Sohag.
Archaeology

Photos: Archaeological team uncovers over 250 rock tombs at al-Hamdiya necropolis east of Sohag.

The Archaeological Mission of the Supreme Council of Antiquities has uncovered around 250 several rock tombs at the al-Hamdiya necropolis…
First pregnant Egyptian mummy surprises researchers
Archaeology

First pregnant Egyptian mummy surprises researchers

An Egyptian mummy previously believed to be a priest has turned out to be a pregnant woman. The surprise discovery,…
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