Celebrating Christmas, Amira Selim releases ancient Egyptian song ‘Merut Ek’
“We do not usually see that seamless fusion of western and oriental instruments together,” Mounib commenting on Parade orchestra.
Acclaimed Egyptian archaeologist Zahi Hawass gave a speech on Sunday, March 31 at Ain Shams University on Friday, March 31.
Egypt's ambassador to Bern stated that the embassy succeeded on Nov. 22 to recover two smuggled artifacts from Geneva, Switzerland.
An Italian website revealed that the city of Napoli, South of Italy will host an exhibition shedding light on the beauty of the ancient Egyptian history.
The Egyptian Grand Museum in Al-Remaya Square received 421 artifacts from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir, most notably a statue of King Khafre.
The American Archaeological Mission of the University of Chicago made a number of important discoveries during the mission's work in Tell Edfu, Aswan
Head of the Museums Department at the Ministry of Antiquities, Elham Salah el-Din, declared that works at the Hurghada Museum are proceeding.
Ministry of Antiquities participated in launching the annual international conference of Ain Shams University's Center for Papyrus and Inscriptions.
Egyptian archaeologist Zahi Hawass gave two lectures on the most important archaeological discoveries in Egypt.
Maintenance and restoration works of 50,000 ancient Egyptian monuments are currently being undertaken in order to prepare the monuments to be displayed at the Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM).
Salah's outstanding season with Liverpool was recognized by the British Museum in England as his boots were added to the Egyptian section of the museum.
Continuing its Ancient Egyptian Queens series, Egypt Today sheds light on the first female ruler in the history of Egypt: Merneith.
Ancient Egyptians always respected and appreciated women; Egypt Today presents women in ancient Egyptian.
Egypt Today explores the common dress code among Egypt’s long ancestors as part of the ongoing series on ancient Egyptians’ social life.
In retrospect of alleviating an open spirit in development, ancient Egyptians were open to games and sports that ranked as a priority in their lives.
Egyptian archeologist Hassan Abdelrazik revealed on Wednesday that Egyptians were among the first to invent the drinking straw.
Two ancient Egyptian mummies, beside decorated sarcophagi, were discovered in Kiev’s Pechersk Lavra, British Newspaper Express reported on Friday.