The burial chamber belongs to a nobleman called Toutou and his wife who was a musician for goddess Hathor. It was accidentally discovered in April, during a police raid on an illegal excavation site.
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“Campaign was well received by the people who were not aware of the damage their actions caused”
Country exterts maximum possible effort to save the treasures that shape the nation’s identity, says Abdel Dayem
“It is not only about finding a proper photograph, but also matching the pose, composition, and scale,” says artist
Discovered building contain three main amphitheatres covered with marble
Third anniversary of Khan’s departure commemorated in 30 photographs
Volunteers are from Syria, Sudan, Ethiopia, Somalia, and Yemen
Most of the children living in El-Dweika, one of the big cities’ most underprivileged districts, have not seen any swimming pools in their lives, until Hussein Makbool decided to change the status quo, and place the district’s first ever portable swimming pool.
Study conducted by music streaming service over six countries around the world
Antiquities to undergo restoration along with Tutankhamun’s golden coffin
“I used over 6,000 different nuts to portray Nefertiti,” says artist
Found city includes remains of small theatre, giant royal bathroom, group of 22 lecture halls believed to be remains of ancient university
Museum located in Al-Gamaleya district, where he lived all of his life, shaped his soul into shining dynamo that brought world irreplaceable literary treasures
Local press portrayed her as modern Egyptian woman, Western press presented her as a helpless woman
Naguib Mahfouz main character of gathering, portrayed in over 100 caricatures
Egypt claims statue illegally smuggled from country, Christies refuse to announce buyer
Passwords, encryptions, firewalls, anti-viruses were all presented to world for 1st time 7,000 years ago by discreet Pharaohs: Saadny
“Yes, I bit you did. That is why you have Down’s Syndrome now,” Yasmine Sabry shockingly answered with a laughing emoji.
“Kefaya Plastic” (Enough Plastic) is an online campaign that aims to raise awareness on the severe damage plastic waste can cause to humans and surrounding environment
The ministry of antiquities announced applying the new system for visually impaired visitors through printing cards with the description of the halls and the showcased relics in the museum
For 1st in Middle East, thriller, mystery combined together under one roof with pharaonic twist
Agreement comes to digitalise content considered Egypt’s artistic legacy, document heritage of Egypt’s art scene in past decades
The publishing house agreed with Tawfik’s family to publish the last 11 stories he wrote, on his birthday on 11 June.
Exhibition presents traditions of tribe through fashion eyes of photographer Zaher
Cima Masr initiative to expand to over the 27 governorates, reaching over 35 million citizens, compensating Egypt’s 250 shut cinemas at last 10 years
Advertisement does not even present quarter of cases we receive every day, says El-Sewedy
The Met announced last week a new collaboration with the world’s leading short video platform, TikTok, where it launches an official account with hashtags for people to interact with, and challenges to bring out users’ creativity.
More than 99% surveyed by Daily News Egypt agreed they will not subscribe in the application, others believe it’s good for selling series
“I make every lantern and doll with my own hands, pay attention to smallest details, process of sewing cloths,” says artist
When you have any sort of injury, you are forced to listen to your body, which is reflected in your art productions, says choreographer