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Cache of embalming materials unearthed in Abu Sir

The Czech archaeological mission of the Czech Institute of Egyptology discovered a cache of mummification materials during archaeological excavations inside a group of burial wells dating back to the era of the 26th Dynasty.The location of this...

At -90 temperature, Egyptian researcher participates in experiment on origins of universe

Egyptian engineer Ahmed Suleiman said he is engaged in a scientific expedition to research the origin of the universe by conducting an experiment in Antarctica, pointing out that the research team aims to find out how this universe...

Egypt warns of harsh penalties for anyone who defaces artifacts, including LE500,000 fine

Law #117 of 1983 on the Protection of Antiquities stipulates several penalties to preserve archaeological sites and any collectibles that carry historical and archaeological value – especially against erroneous practices carried out by some visitors at the archaeological...

World renowned designer Stefano Ricci to celebrate 50th anniversary of his brand in Luxor

Italian fashion designer Stefano Ricci announced on social media that he would celebrate the 50th anniversary of his brand in the Luxor Governorate.Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, Khaled al-Anany, said that Ricci will present his latest models in...

Egypt discusses ESCWA participation in organizing COP27 in Sharm el-Sheikh

Egypt’s Minister of Environment Yasmine Fouad discussed with the Executive Secretary of the Economic and Social Commission for Western (ESCWA) Asia Rola Dashti and her accompanying delegation the possibility of the ESCWA committee providing support to Egypt in...

Photos: Greco-Roman era cemetery uncovered in Aswan

The Egyptian Italian Joint Mission in West Aswan have uncovered a new archaeological cemetery carved into rocks dating back to the Greco-Roman era.The mission had been excavating the Aga Khan Mausoleum area, headed by Egyptologist Patrizia Piacentini from...

Two royal statues discovered in Luxor

The Egyptian-German archaeological mission headed by Professor Hourig Sourouzian succeeded, in a new discovery during its current archaeological season.While restoring the statues of Memnon and the funerary temple of King Amenhotep III, known as the “Temple of Millions...

One last chance to survive: Details of a pig heart transplant in a human body

The process of transplanting a pig’s heart to a human took place for the first time in history, according to modern scientific methods, Professor of Cardiac Surgery Adel al-Etreby said.Etreby added to the “Yahdoth Fi Masr” (Happening in...

Archaeologists rule out murder as cause of King Tut’s death

 Scholars have concluded that King Tutankhamun was not murdered, after a lengthy investigation that seemed to refute popular theory.The death of King Tut has been the subject of great debate and major studies among academia. The ancient Egyptian...

Sun falls perpendicular to temple of Queen Hatshepsut in Luxor Thursday

The sun fell perpendicular to the temple of Deir el-Bahari of Queen Hatshepsut in the west of Luxor city, to illuminate the sacred compartments, on the day of the feast of the goddess of happiness, love and growth...
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