Archaeological researcher Ahmed Amer said that the kings of the New Kingdom in ancient Egypt made them statues in the form of a Sphinx and placed them in front of their temples to guard them.
Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities is preparing to announce a large archaeological discovery in Saqqara antiquities area. The discovery was made by the Egyptian archaeological mission working next to the pyramid of King Teti I.
Tutankhamun was buried in his famous tomb “Cemetery 62” in Egypt’s Valley of the Kings. It was discovered on November 4, 1922 by British archaeologist Howard Carter.
The Egyptian army is one of the greatest fighting forces in the ancient world during the New Kingdom period (1550 BC - 1070 BC), and it became so thanks to its use of advanced weapons.
Egypt Today presents to its readers a profile of Queen Tuya who was the wife of King Seti I and the mother of King Ramses II.
Her name may not be as well-known as others, but Queen Twosert played a historically important role in ruling Egypt during the 19th dynasty.
Ministry of Antiquities will start an excavation mission at El-Ghorefa to search for the cemetery dating back to the New Kingdom.