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Nicholas Reeves, a specialist in Egyptian history was the first to suspect that the tomb of Nefertiti is hidden behind the wall of Tut’s tomb
285,000 tickets were sold before the inauguration
Exhibition comes 12 years since young king’s treasures’ last visit to the British capital
“For Red Sea and Luxor holidaymakers, a Pyramids and GEM add-on will also become a doddle with Giza’s newly inaugurated Sphinx Airport set to operate domestic flights,” Lonely Planet said.
Waziri said that the final decision is to be taken in a conference next month, attended by 600 Egyptologists from all over the world, to discuss the danger of moving the mummy from Luxor, and the process of restoring it to join the complete collection of the young pharaoh that will be on display at the GEM.
Zahi Hawass revealed the unearths stating that the excavation mission is the biggest of its kind since Haward’s mission that discovered Tutankhamun’s burial chamber
The opera is to depict the life of Tutankhamun as the youngest pharaoh to rule Egypt, focusing on the dramatic events that changed his life from an early age until his death.
The exhibition hit the charming French city after 50 years of absence, since the first time the antiquities were on display in Paris in 1967, where 1.2 million visitors expressed their interest in exploring the history of the young king.
However, she aims to expand locally first with stores in Cairo Festival City Mall, Almaza, and Mall of Arabia during the coming two years.
Auction house contacted Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities sending details of statue, other auctioned relics
Anticipation, thrill, life, and excitement took over the long lines of people waiting to get inside the Grande Halle de La Villette’s gates in France to explore the world of Egypt’s young pharaoh through his displayed belongings. Over 5,000 visitors lined during at the first two days of Tutankhamun’s exhibition which kicked off on Saturday …
Misr Insurance Company has signed a contract with the Supreme Council of Antiquities and the company organising the tours of King Tutankhamun’s belongings in many countries of the world to provide insurance coverage of $900m to the artefacts, an equivalent of EGP 16.2bn. Daily News Egypt has learned that Misr Insurance will be securing King …
After 50 years of absence, Tutankhamen’s belongings revisit Paris in exhibition on 21 March
The GEM is planned to have the whole collection of Tutankhamun’s monuments
Colours of paintings were previously unclear, almost faint due to humidity, dust
France exhibition will kick off from 23 March to 15 September 2019
Play is written by Zahi Hawas, features dramatic events of young pharaoh’s short life
The Ministry of Antiquities announced on Sunday, after months of intensive geophysics studies, that a survey has revealed there is no hidden chamber inside Tutankhamun’s tomb in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor, according to Moustafa Waziri, secretary general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities. The three-month studies were conducted by a mission from …
Striding to another step on the path of collecting all of Tutankhamun’s belongings at the Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) before its opening planned to take place this year, the Ministry of Antiquities, with the help of armed forces, transferred on Saturday the sixth and last of Tutankhamen’s chariots from the Military Museum at the Citadel …
Exhibit is 4th within new policy to showcase Egyptian artefacts in foreign countries
The Ministry of Antiquities announced starting excavation work in the Valley of the Monkeys on the West bank of the Nile in Luxor, looking to uncover a tomb dating back to the 18th Dynasty, at the hands of an Egyptian archaeological mission headed by Zahi Hawas. Through a statement the ministry published on its official …
Prosecution condemns suspects’ “reckless destruction” of priceless golden mask, says damages are permanent
For the first time since its discovery, Egypt has opened the tomb of King Tutankhamun’s wet nurse Maya. The antiquities minister said the boy king’s
The German company Henkel, specialized in adhesives material, will take part in the restoration of Tutankhamun’s gold mask, the company announced in a press statement Wednesday. Henkel agreed with German archaeologist Christian Eckmann, head of the Egyptian-German team, to use the company’s adhesive material after it conducted careful studies to restore the golden mask and …