Hieroglyphs were used as a pattern for official writing on temples, tombs, statues, colored stone and wooden panels.
The royal mummies - 18 mummies of kings and four of queens - will be moved in a massive golden parade from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Square to their final destination at the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat in Old Cairo
The ancient Egyptian texts also shed light on the place of morality and combating crime with various penalties as basic elements in the life of ancient Egyptians.
The tomb of the golden boy that ruled Egypt was not the only one that was discovered containing its full belongings. Archaeologists found many complete pharaonic tombs.
The description of "Pharaonic" has become the common name for our ancient civilization, which is one of the oldest, most influential and important civilizations on Earth.
The first to discover gold was the Pharaohs, through excavations in the Eastern Desert, Red Sea and Nubia. Ancient Egyptians excelled in manufacturing gold and it had a strong presence in their life.
During his reign, the first real army was formed in Egypt. Among the most famous senior men in his country was the owner of the cemetery in Abydos, Sohag.
The Pharaohs were were not subjected to epidemics because they were keen on eating healthy foods.
In the past, archeologists used very basic tools in their attempts to unveil secrets of ancient Egypt.
The Spanish newspaper ABC shed light on the discovery of 16 graves with 20 coffins of various shapes and sizes in Minya Governorate.
This is not the first time an object is spotted on Mars that is believed to belong to the ancient Pharaonic civilization.
Head of the Central Department of Restoration and Conservation of Antiquities Gharib Sonbol has stated that Egypt’s antiquities and monuments are in safe hands.
Hundreds of ancient Egyptian artifacts are displayed in various museums worldwide.
Sakkara dazzles the world once again as new discovery there unfolds. A new discovery was announced by the Ministry of Antiquities on May 4.
Among the seized artifacts were antiquities dating back to 11th Dynasty and coins dating back to the Greek-Byzantine eras.
With the participation of 200 runners from 38 countries, the International Egyptian Marathon continues in its 26th edition.
The Ministry of Antiquities received a stone-carved artifact from the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The American Archaeological Mission of the University of Chicago made a number of important discoveries during the mission's work in Tell Edfu, Aswan
The Egyptian Archaeological Mission working in Al-Asasif region, west of Luxor discovered Thursday two ancient tombs containing two mummified corpses
“Tourists no longer prefer going to Tunisia or Turkey only, Egypt is back in the competition again after years of instability,” the French magazine TourMaG said