The lecture will be held in the Seminars Hall of the French Cultural Center in the French language, accompanied by simultaneous translation into Arabic.
On September 27, 1822, French Egyptologist Jean-Francois Champollion was able to decipher the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs after studying the Rosetta Stone.
The courses aim to provide primary school social studies teachers with scientific developments in the fields of the ancient Egyptian language.
These courses mainly aim to provide primary school social studies teachers with scientific development in the two fields of the ancient Egyptian language and getting acquainted with the latest scientific theories that contribute to supporting the educational process to raise the academic and intellectual level of students.
Hieroglyphs were used as a pattern for official writing on temples, tombs, statues, colored stone and wooden panels.
The Grand Egyptian Museum received a total of 249 artifacts from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir and Tal Basta area in Zagazig.
The Ministry of Antiquities began the work of the second phase of the project of documenting the rock inscriptions in the ancient area of South of Sinai.