Antiquity Ministry granted 23 artificial archaeological samples to a museum in Senegal

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Thu, 01 Jun 2017 - 07:04 GMT

Artificial archaeological samples related to the Ancient Egyptian civilization

Artificial archaeological samples related to the Ancient Egyptian civilization

CAIRO – 1 June 2017: The Ministry of Antiquities has granted a group of archaeological reproductions to the Museum of African Civilizations in Senegal to be showcased permanently in a special hall allocated for Egyptian civilization.

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The reproductions were made by the Antiquities Ministry and granted to the museum in order to enhance cooperation between Egypt and different African countries.

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By showcasing archaeological reproductions of items related to ancient Egyptian civilization in the museum, Egypt is showing a side of its ancient civilization that could lure tourists to Egypt, el-Teaby added.

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The package contains 23 reproductions including: The Seated Scribe, some of King Tutankhamun relics, some archaeological items related to the age of King Akhenaten and a statue of Akhenaten and others samples.

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