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There is no doubt that Nicholas Reeves, who champions a theory that the tomb of Queen Nefertiti is located behind the walls of Tutankhamun’s tomb, has succeeded into taking us in by his illusions, garnering much fame and wealth through offers...
When I arrived in Chicago with a delegation from the Tourism Ministry, I was greeted by the Egyptian consul, Mohamed Abul Dahab, who is anxious to introduce the ancient Egyptian civilization to the United States. He always encourages Americans to...
The minute my friend Yehia al-Fakharani appeared on the stage of the National Theater in the wonderful play “A Night of A Thousand and One Nights” he was in full control of the emotions of the audience, not with yelling and screaming,...
Luxor Governor Mohamed Badr deserves the title of governor of Tutankhamun. He reminds us of the 1923 demonstrations when the Egyptians hailed Morcos Hanna, the minister who refused to give Howard Carter half of Tutankhamun's treasure that he had...
I could not believe my ears when I heard Antiquities Minister Mamdouh al-Damaty saying on television that Nicholas Reeves, who claims the tomb of Queen Nefertiti is behind the tomb of Tutankhamun, worked before in the Valley of the Kings and...
The Permanent Committee of Antiquities issued a strange decision that needs to be reviewed by all those interested in Egyptian archaeological affairs.   I cannot believe that the committee, whose task is to protect Egyptian archaeological...
British Egyptologist Nicholas Reeves has claimed that the tomb of the famous Egyptian queen Nefertiti lies behind the walls of King Tutankhamun's tomb, which has peaked the interest of the whole world.   Although I believe that there are no...
I talked in a previous article about the black horse of the upcoming US elections. He is Donald Trump, the billionaire with strange views who got the highest ratings in opinion polls versus the other Republican Party presidential candidates. ...
English archaeologist Nicholas Reeves has said that the tomb of Queen Nefertiti, wife of King Akhenaten, could be inside the tomb of Tutankhamun.   Although what he said was an assumption in an article, some newspapers took it as a confirmation...
Some believe that there are secrets of the ancient Egyptians still undiscovered, such as the mummification that only their priests knew how to do, the Great Pyramid of King Cheops that even Egyptologists did not know how was built, and the Sphinx,...