Latest in Tag: archaeology Highlight
Latest in Tag: archaeology
Both sides to celebrate 40th anniversary of saving Philae Temple
Al-Anani began the meeting by welcoming the ambassador to Cairo, and expressed his wishes for Olling’s success during his tenure in his new position. The minister also expressed his hopes that the two countries will witness further cooperation in the future.
During the meeting, the two sides also explored ways to boost Dutch tourism movement to Egypt.
Intellectuals and archaeologist launch campaign to expend Graeco-Roman museum
Parts of the temple discovered so far include seven tablets, column bases and a statue of a seated person, all made of pink granite
The replica is intended to help with preserving the original.
Princess Marie Esmeralda films a documentary on the Belgian expedition in Egypt
The discovery of the two colossal statues is considered a rare one
The 3500 year-old statue was unearthed in Luxor
SAFE is organising a few events in New York where people can meet award recipient Dr Monica Hanna
Spanish archaeologists have discovered a 3,600-year-old Egyptian mummy inside a wooden sarcophagus adorned with rare feather drawings in Luxor
A tomb discovered last year has been identified as Sobekhotep I’s tomb
The tomb is considered one of the huge tombs, its dimensions being 21×14 metres with a height of four metres.
During a recent press conference architects, archaeologists and activists called for attention to the dire situation of Egypt’s cultural heritage
Caesar Augustus sent the obelisks from Heliopolis to Alexandria, from where they were moved to Rome, Paris and New York. This was the beginning of the looting of the ancient site of Heliopolis, a process that has continued to this day.
Ancient Nubia was named best book in the Archaeology and Anthropology category
Minister of Antiquities Mohamed Ibrahim calls on the armed forces to keep citizens away from Dahshur archaeological sites