Hatshepsut was a queen of the 18th Dynasty of ancient Egypt.
The Valley of the Kings is divided into the eastern and western valleys.
The Egyptian New Year was predicted when the Sirius star would become the brightest star in the night.
The construction of this road began in the rule of King Amenhotep III of the 18th Dynasty.
The participants will conclude this course with a field visit to the Bibliotheca Alexandrina to learn about its various sections and its most important holdings.
Egypt's Ministry of Finance issued a commemorative silver coin of L.E 100 bearing the ceremonial logo in Arabic and English to document this exceptional event.
Discovered in the Deir el-Bahari Cache (TT 320), west of Luxor in 1881, the mummy of the king will be transferred with the royal mummies in The Pharaohs’ Golden Parade from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir to the NMEC on April 3, 2021.
Hatshepsut’s achievements as a powerful queen and then a ruling pharaoh have made her one of the most famous figures in ancient Egypt history.
This royal mummy will be transported in a magnificent parade, The Pharaohs’ Golden Parade, on April 3 from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat.
On March 8 of every year, the world celebrates International Women’s Day, for she is the mother, sister, friend, fighter and sometimes, the ruler.
Many tourists witnessed on Monday morning a rare phenomenon when sunlight illuminates the sanctuary area of Deir el-Bahari.
Minister Anany held a meeting to transfer several royal mummies and coffins from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization.
"El Kenz" part one grossed LE 19 million ($1.1 million) after an 80-day stint in Egyptian cinemas.
Hatshepsut accomplished what no other woman had before her. She ruled the most powerful civilization for over 20 years
A depiction of one of the most renowned pharaohs in history, Hatshepsut, was found by Egyptology lecturer Kenneth Griffin at Swansea University, Friday.
Four ancient Egyptian antiquities that had been smuggled from Egypt have returned home from the U.K, according to a statement by the Ministry of Antiquities.