Egypt unveils 30 perfectly preserved coffins in Luxor

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Archaeologists have found at least 20 painted wooden coffins near the Egyptian city of Luxor; in the Valley of The Kings and The Valley of the Apes areas Thursday 17/10/2019, The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities unveiled two important archaeological discoveries near Luxor city including an industrial zone at the southern city’s West Valley, also known […]

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Finally,Egypt reopened its oldest pyramids to tourists after more than 50 years

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Finally,Egypt reopened its oldest pyramids to tourists after more than 50 years Think you have visited all Egypt’s Pyramids? I’ll bet you didn’t, because Egypt has just opened two of its earliest pyramids to visitors for the first time since 1965 The pyramids located in Dahshur; it is considered the home to Egypt’s earliest pyramids, […]

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Egypt’s First Antiquities Discovery in 2019; Fifty Mummies discovered in Tuna Al Gabal-Minya

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  Minister of Antiquities Dr.Khaled El-Enany announced Saturday the 2nd of February 2019 the first discovery of year 2019 from Tuna El-Gabal archaeological site in Minya at the South of Egypt. A joint mission from the Ministry of Antiquities along with Menia University has stumbled upon a collection of Ptolemaic burial chambers engraved in rock […]

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New Discovery in Saqqara, seven tombs with mummified cats

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New excavation took place in Saqqara necropolis nearby Userkaf pyramid complex. The work conducted since 2016 and led the Egyptian archeologists into important discoveries where the surrounding area is full of monuments, artifacts and mummies. A press conference was held on 10th November 2018 to present this event and it was attended by the minister […]

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