Archaeology

Surveillance cameras to be installed across Luxor City

Surveillance cameras to be installed across Luxor City

Luxor City mayor Mohamed Sharaby inspected the new surveillance camera cables installed in front of the main gate of the…
Photos: Restoration of gold compartment at the Temple of Habu in Luxor completed

Photos: Restoration of gold compartment at the Temple of Habu in Luxor completed

Within the framework of the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities’ plan to restore and develop archaeological sites throughout Egypt, especially…
Bibliotheca Alexandria launches website to teach hieroglyphics

Bibliotheca Alexandria launches website to teach hieroglyphics

The Bibliotheca Alexandrina, through the Center for Font Studies, launched the “Hieroglyphics Step by Step” website, in cooperation with the…
Tourism Ministry to celebrate 100th anniversary of King Tutankhamun’s tomb discovery

Tourism Ministry to celebrate 100th anniversary of King Tutankhamun’s tomb discovery

Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, Khaled al-Anany, held a meeting, at the ministry’s headquarters in Zamalek, with senior ministry officials,…
Ancient fortress found by archaeologists may be a lost royal city

Ancient fortress found by archaeologists may be a lost royal city

(CNN) – A 2,000-year-old fortress built on a mountainside in what’s now Iraqi Kurdistan could be part of a lost…
Tourism Ministry raises efficiency of archaeological sites

Tourism Ministry raises efficiency of archaeological sites

The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has completed a project to raise the efficiency of visitor services at 13 archaeological…
‘Friends of Egyptian Museum in Tahrir’ to provide free tour guide service

‘Friends of Egyptian Museum in Tahrir’ to provide free tour guide service

Throughout the summer vacation and official holidays, the “Friends of the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Square” will continue to provide…
Magnificent ancient mosaic found near Tel Aviv returns home

Magnificent ancient mosaic found near Tel Aviv returns home

An exceptionally well-preserved Roman floor mosaic, showing a rich variety of fish, animals, birds and ships, has returned to the…
Sun falls perpendicular on ancient Egyptian temples marking the start of summer

Sun falls perpendicular on ancient Egyptian temples marking the start of summer

On Tuesday, June 21, 2022, the sun will fall perpendicular on six Pharaonic temples in the governorates of the New…
Luxor’s Hatshepsut Temple to host unprecedented Opera show about Tutankhamun life in November

Luxor’s Hatshepsut Temple to host unprecedented Opera show about Tutankhamun life in November

The Egyptian archaeologist Zahi Hawass announced that the Tutankhamun Opera will be shown on November 5 in front of the…
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