Archaeological Paths - Egypt Royal Tour With dr. Zahi Hawass And a special guest mrs. Jehan Sadat.

Archaeological Paths


An Egyptian-Spanish team of archaeologists working at the site of Oxyrhynchus, one of the most important sites during the Greco-Roman Period, has uncovered a new tomb dating back to the Saite Period (664-525 BC). The ancient city is mostly underneath the modern city of Bahnasa, in the southern governorate of Minya. The tomb is quite unique – the first to...

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In 2018, a joint German-Egyptian of the University of Tubingen team led by Dr. Ramadan Hussein made headlines all around the world when they uncovered a mummification workshop dated to Dynasty 26 (664-525 BCE). The complex contained...

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A team of archaeologists have recently found a cave decorated with various rock art scenes in Wadi El-Mazala in northern Sinai, Egypt. The cave is the first of its kind to be found in the area and measures 15m deep and 20m high. The scenes show...

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A Spanish-Egyptian mission led by Dr. José Galán has recently found a wooden coffin in Draa Abou El Naga in Luxor. This is the 19th season for the mission working in front of the open court belonging to the tomb of Djehuty, TT 11. The coffin is...

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New Discovery at Saqqara!

April 22, 2020

On the occasion of World Heritage Day, which is celebrated on the 18th of April, The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has announced a recent discovery at the Sacred Animal Necropolis in Saqqara. Dr. Mostafa Waziri, Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, stated that researches have been excavating since April 2018. They found...

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