Archaeological Paths - Egypt Royal Tour With dr. Zahi Hawass, dr. Mostafa Waziri and a surprise VIP Guest.

Archaeological Paths

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An Egyptian team of restorers and archaeologists at the Supreme Council of Antiquities have completed the restoration work of a royal statue depicting king Tuthmosis II.


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A Polish-Italian mission working at the site of Abusir, south of Cairo, have uncovered remains of a mudbrick building below the temple of Niuserre.


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The Czech archaeological mission from Charles University working at Abusir has uncovered the shaft tomb of Wah-ib-re Mery Neith, who was the commander of foreign soldiers in ancient Egypt. The tomb was discovered during the spring excavation season and dates from the late 26th to the early 27th Dynasty, around 500 BCE. The discovery will further enrich our understanding of the concept of globalization in the ancient world...


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What will you experience when traveling with Archaeological Paths?


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The biggest of the four shrines belonging to the golden boy king Tutankhamun has been moved to its new home.


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