Spanish archaeologists discovered Ptolemaic and Roman tombs, mummies, coffins, golden masks, terracotta statues in Al Bahnasa.
Egypt Uncovers Second Dynasty tomb and Artifacts in Saqqara.
Drilling activities took place at a water depth of around 250 meters below sea level in the offshore Nile Delta, with primary data confirming the presence of gas-bearing reservoir
Minister of Tourism & Antiquities Ahmed announces the discovery of colorful wooden, mummies, statues, in a well in Saqqara
The joint Egyptian-German mission discovered 8 storerooms inside Sahure’s Pyramid in Abusir Necropolis
The operations in the field are managed by PetroGulf Egypt Joint Operating Company on behalf of the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation with a 50 percent share, and partners: Cheiron-BECO and Cove Energy with a 50 percent share.
Egyptian-Italian mission uncover a large number of pots, amphorae at the Tell Al-Maskhouta site in Ismailia.
An Egyptian research team succeeded in discovering a river turtle dating back more than 70 million years in Kharga city in the New Valley in the Western Desert in Egypt.
Egypt announces the discovery of the 1st complete residential city on the east bank of Luxor.
Egypt announces the discovery of royal tomb in the Western Valley of Theban Mountain on Luxor’s West Bank
The discovered tombs varied, from tombs made of mud bricks to simple pits.
The discovery was made by the Egyptian-English archaeological mission operating in Tel el-Amarna Archaeological Area.
The discovery will be a huge boost to Egypt which has seen its output fall from a peak of 7.2bn cfd last September to 6.5bn cfd for Q3.
The discovery amazed the archaeologists.
The mission also found some burials that contained skeletons and mummies, which were bound with gold on the bone directly.
The gold leaf ceramic piece was discovered by archaeologists at the University of Salamanca.
The name of this queen was revealed for the first time in history.
The gold coins belonged to the Fernley-Maister family, a wealthy family from Hull, England.
The statues were found in the town of San Casciano dei Bagni in Siena, in the ruins of an ancient Roman bath.
These bones date back to the Middle Stone Age, making it the oldest human remains found so far in northern Germany.