Egypt’s Prime Minister inspects Saqqara archaeological site.
Netflix to release docu-feature “Secrets of the Saqqara Tomb” on October 28.
Religious books buried with the ancient Egyptian man were usually used as a guide for the dead on his journey to the afterlife.
In early October 2020, Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities announced the largest discovery in 2020, which was the discovery of 59 ancient coffins in the Saqqara region.
There are numerous archaeological missions operating in Egypt, but the Egyptian missions headed by Mostafa Waziri, secretary general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, had the lion's share of the important archaeological discoveries during the last period.
Egypt’s Hawass: ‘Saqqara discovery is very important because it proves that Saqqara was the main burial of the 26th Dynasty.
Egypt’s Min. of Tourism & Antiquities: “ Today we announce the largest archaeological discovery in 2020”.
Egypt uncovers statue of god Nefertum in Saqqara necropolis.
A total of 27 colorful coffins, which have not been opened in 2,500 years, have been discovered in Saqqara.
CNN news website highlights Saqqara discovery.
Each new discovery carries new details about an era of ancient Egypt, which helps to attract tourists to visit those charming archaeological sites across the country.
In Saqqara, one can visit extraordinary tombs with walls covered with inscriptions of great beauty and splendor as well as pyramids, temples and the Serapeum cemeteries.
Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities announced that more than 13 intact and sealed coffins were discovered in Saqqara, which is considered massive discovery.
The Egyptian Museum’s account on Twitter published a number of ancient Egyptian artifacts that had been on display for more than 160 years in the Antiquities Museum in Bulaq.
Removing the morbid terrorist group from the political scene allowed the country to continue its path towards success and progress that almost completely stopped following the events of 2011.
Egyptologist Zahi Hawas said that he is currently searching with his team for the tomb of Queen Nefertiti in Luxor and the cemetery of the architect Imhotep in Saqqara.
a new burial chamber was uncovered at the bottom of the communal burial shaft (30 m. deep) of the Mummification Workshop, discovered along with a large tomb complex with five burial chambers in 2018.
Merneith ruled Egypt for almost a decade (2939-2929 BC).
Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has completed the second and third stages of disinfection of some archaeological sites and museums across the country.
The restoration and maintenance work in the Pyramid of Djoser was carried out using modern scientific methods agreed upon globally.