The First Transitional Period of ancient Egypt began when the centralized monarchy of the ancient kingdom weakened.
Ptolemy I completed the construction of the new capital of Egypt, Alexandria.
Memphis was the Egyptian capital over several historical periods since the Old Kingdom.
On September 27, 1822, French Egyptologist Jean-Francois Champollion was able to decipher the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs after studying the Rosetta Stone.
The Rosetta Stone was discovered by the French expedition in 1799 AD. It was discovered by a French officer named Bouchard on July 19, 1799.
After the June 30 revolution, the Egyptian state worked to develop the Mit- Rahina area.
This statue is one of the largest statues of King Merneptah that was ever found, with a height of about 2.60 meters, a width of one meter, a depth of 0.75 meters, and a weight of more than four tons.
The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat received a variety of important archaeological collections that were recently discovered during the excavations carried out by the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities in the city of Memphis and its cemeteries in Saqqara.
Sakkara dazzles the world once again as new discovery there unfolds. A new discovery was announced by the Ministry of Antiquities on May 4.
The fourth transfer operation of the King Ramses II statue to the atrium of Cairo’s new Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) was completed on Thursday.