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Prominent Egyptian Egyptologist Dr. Zahi Hawass, said that the percentage of discovered artifacts does not exceed 30% of what is already existing, noting that modern Egypt is built entirely on top of ancient Egypt from Alexandria to Aswan.
The name of this queen was revealed for the first time in history.
One hundred years ago, an archaeological team led by Howard Carter discovered the tomb of Tutankhamun and revealed many "wonderful objects".
The celebratory event was attended by a number of Egyptian and international public figures.
Nefertiti, whose full name is Neferneferuaten Nefertiti, lived between approximately 1370 and 1330 BC.
Hawass plans to get the petition signed by Egypt’s historians and intellectuals and send it to Europe in October.
The first lecture was held for 550 participants, and due to the high turnout another lecture was arranged for about 700 attendees.
Nicholas Reeves once claimed that Queen Nefertiti is buried in a secret room behind the tomb of King Tutankhamun.
Hawass attended a seminar at the 19th Magna Graecia Film Festival.
Zahi Hawass was celebrated for composing the opera "Tutankhamun".
The lecture came in celebration of the centenary of the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb.
“It pleases me to be chosen as the Arab Heritage Personality for the year 2022,” said Hawass.
Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities organized two lectures in Germany presented by Dr.Zahi Hawass.
Hawass met with 30 talented students in the art of drawing.
The 1st opera of its kind about Tutankhamun life to be premiered in front of Hatshepsut Temple on November 5
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Hawass stressed that the Lost Golden City in Luxor dates back to the reign of King Amenhotep III.