The German News Agency shed light on a tour with renowned archaeologist Zahi Hawass, while he was explaining the secrets of the Lost City that was discovered in Luxor.
The city is dubbed the “Rising of Aten” and was discovered by the renowned archaeologist Zahi Hawass, head of the Egyptian mission in the west of Luxor Governorate.
Its history spans back to the reign of King Amenhotep III. The city continued to be used by King Tutankhamun, that is, 3000 years ago.
Director of the Bibliotheca Alexandrina Mostafa El-Feki announced that Zahi Hawass Center for Egyptology in the Library will announce a new archaeological discovery in Habu City in Luxor, in cooperation with the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, on April 10.
The study says modern medical technology helped tell the story of an ancient Egyptian king, who died in order to reunify Egypt in the 16th century BC.
Renowned archaeologist Zahi Hawass invited Sheikh Manea bin Rashid Al-Maktoum, the pioneer of the first cultural renaissance in Dubai and the son of the ruler of Dubai from 1886 to 1894, Sheikh Rashid bin Maktoum, to visit the archaeological discoveries in Saqqara.
Renowned archaeologist Zahi Hawass stated that he is friends with the British model Naomi Campbell, who is currently visiting Egypt.
The British model heard Hawass speak about his new archaeological discovery of tombs and a temple near the Pyramid of King Teti in the ancient Saqqara area.
Ancient Origins sheds light on archaeologists excavating Egypt's famous Saqqara region
Renowned archaeologist Zahi Hawass commented on the opinion of Sheikh Ahmed Karima, professor of comparative jurisprudence at Al-Azhar University, that opening the graves of the Pharaohs is forbidden.
Egypt’s Zahi Hawass presents annual award for Best Archaeological and Restorer in 2020.
Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities is preparing to announce a large archaeological discovery in Saqqara antiquities area. The discovery was made by the Egyptian archaeological mission working next to the pyramid of King Teti I.
In 2021, Egypt’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities is preparing to announce a large archaeological discovery.
On December 9, a number of cultural events will be held in several centers and organizations.
Today marks the 108th anniversary of the discovery of the head statue of the Pharaonic Queen Nefertiti, the wife of King Akhenaten, precisely on December 7, 1912 by the German archaeologist Ludwig Borchard.
In front of the Sphinx, renowned Archaeologist Zahi Hawass met with a Spanish tourist group, that included intellectuals, writers, university professors and public figures.
The meeting discussed the latest updates in the museum and the first stage of the pre-set plan for transporting heavy artifacts which was completed.
The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities and Charles University in Prague will honor the renowned archaeologist Zahi Hawass, due to his enriching contributions and achievements in the field of Egyptology.
Africa has suffered greatly from Western colonialism. During this period, colonialism stole the past of these nations and their future.
In a ceremony held at the garden of the Polish Embassy in Cairo, the Polish government awarded Khaled el-Enany, Egypt's Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, and Zahi Hawass, the renowned Egyptologist, the Order of Merit of the Republic of Poland.