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Whale sounds at such a low frequencies that humans can barely hear
Anany to takeover the ministry of tourism beside the ministry of antiquities
The animation film takes viewer in the journey of Santa’s origin, and how the character saw the light. The film was written and directed by the Spanish animator and “Despicable Me” creator Sergio Pablos.
The broken arms and legs statue is in good condition, it brings a complete perspective of the temple that fell apart due to an earthquake that hit it; says mission head
The exhibition, titled “French excavations in Egypt: Research, Cooperation, and Innovation,” takes place at the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Square. Set to run for two months, the exhibition is organised by the Ministry of Antiquities in cooperation with the French Institute of Oriental Archaeology (IFAO).
The large number of Arab countries participating in the bid was an obstacle, yet the step shows the importance of date palm to the Arab’s heritage, says Al Kaabi
Youssef Zidan’s Fardeqan and Rasha Adly’s The Last Days of the Pasha compete with other 15 novels for the prize
A new study published on Thursday has found that 44,000-year-old cave paintings in Indonesia may not only be the oldest figurative artwork, but also the oldest example of pictorial storytelling.
The programme is divided into two main sections, the inaugural Atelier Cairo winter fair, a bazaar of traditional and contemporary works of craft and design for sale, while the second part is a series of workshops covering business planning and financial literacy, tailored to the craft sector.
The festival, which takes place on 15-22 December, hosts several puppet shows from across the world, and Egypt’s only representation comes through its popular show whose fame never faded.
The mission also unearthed a number of blue amulets that depict Bes, the ancient Egyptian God of protecting households
The book titled, “In the Shoes of the Other: Interdisciplinary Essays in Translation from Cairo,” is edited by the veteran translator Samia Mehrez, the founding director of the Center for Translation Studies at AUC.
The ministry of antiquities unearthed a Ramses II rare granite statue, and a seized number of relics at a Kidney dialysis centre
The file, submitted by 14 Arab countries, including Egypt, was approved by the committee, internationally accrediting the date palm as a living pillar for the nations.
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The event kicked off with a speech by Ahmed Mabrouk, financial researcher at Forbes Middle East.
Coins date back to Greco-roman era and Muhammad Ali Pasha era
The late director passed away after suffering a heart attack
“The music, the dance, and the fashion of the Middle East are warm, sophisticated, and intensely exotic,” says band founder
The centre includes an open theatre that can accommodate 2500 individuals, located behind the Aswan Reservoir
The manuscript is one of the rarest documentations of the era
The excavation took place on land personally belonging to a civilian who was caught digging deep in search of blocks.
Exhibition launched by UNHCR targets opening a gate for 22 artists from five countries to step into the art world in Egypt
The blocks include a giant mud brick with engravings dating back to the New Kingdom. The mission is directed by the Ministry of Antiquities, the Georg Steindorff Egyptian Museum of the University of Leipzig, and the Applied Sciences Mainz University.
The inscriptions of Egypt’s most famous wars cover the walls of various temples including Karnak and Luxor, says researcher
Among the transferals, three giant pink granite pieces belong to the head of a statue that depicts the goddess Hathor, along with a huge red granite statue featuring a lion.
95% of the palace’s renovation was completed with a budget of over EGP 100m
“The three coffins date back to the 18th Dynasty, and are in a good condition of preservation,” said Mostafa Waziri, secretary-general of the ministry’s Supreme Council of Antiquities.
The event witnessed joining the global movement “Go Blue for every child” by turning the Great Pyramid, the Pyramid of Khufu, a wonder of the Ancient and the Modern times, into blue as a symbolic stand for child rights.
This imitative is all about developing skills of girls to empower them in the society, especially for those in villages, says UNICEF Representative in Egypt