Latest in Tag: tomb Highlight
Latest in Tag: tomb
Remains of priestess Hat Bet were discovered in the area in 1909
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 …
Minister of Antiquities Mamdouh El-Damaty announced that the tomb contains the monuments of Amenhotep and his wife, who likely belong to the 18th dynasty.
Czech archaeological team and AUC professor discover tomb of an Ancient Egyptian queen at the Abusir necropolis, southwest of Cairo
The cemetery in Sakkara holds many tombs that shed light on Egypt’s ancient civilisation
A new tomb discovered in the Western Bank of Luxor
Conclusive evidence that revolutionary pharaoh Akhenaten shared power with his father.
A royal cartouche bearing the full name of pharaoh Senebkay was found on the sarcophagus and on a wall of the tomb unearthed in the ancient city of Abydos
A tomb discovered last year has been identified as Sobekhotep I’s tomb
The newly discovered tomb contains scenes of the owner of the tomb with his wife Mut- em- Hp and his daughter Is- At- Kha during ancient practices.
Tutankhamen’s tomb facsimile arrives in Egypt