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Did Egypt make a mistake with the 2011 Revolution?

Given that Egypt’s travel and tourism industry has been suffering as one of the consequences of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution, does Dr.

Minister: Cairo Museum will not promote US clothing line

The Minister of State for Antiquities, Dr.

26th Dynasty finds in Saqqara

Two large 26th Dynasty tombs have been found in Saqqara by an Egyptian excavation mission from the Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA). Dr.

New discovery will be top highlight at underwater museum

On December 17, Egypt’s Culture Minister, Farouk Hosni, and the secretary general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities (SCA), Dr.

Egypt stops collaboration with the Louvre Museum

A harsh decision was handed down by Egyptian antiquities authority this weekend.

Largest ancient garrison found in Egypt’s eastern Delta

In Egypt, an ancient fortified garrison town from the time of King Psmatik I was discovered at Tell Dafna in the Ismailia governorate.

Pyramid pit reveals ancient remains and gold

Egyptian archaeologists performing routine conservation work at the southern side of Saqqara’s step pyramid (dating back to 2687-2668 BC) stumbled upon what is believed to be a deep hole full of rem

Egypt aims to find Antony and Cleopatra’s remains

Archaeologists looking for the tombs of Antony and Cleopatra will start digging up three sites at a temple where tombs may be located, said Egypt’s antiquities authority.

Orphans see Egypt museums for free this April

On the occasion of the annual Orphan Day celebrated April 4th, Dr. Zahi Hawass, the secretary general of the Supreme Council for Antiquities invites all orphans to see museums in Egypt for free.

Egypt’s new twin digs

In Egypt, a French-Egyptian mission discovered another ancient structure in the area of Ain Sokhna, about 120 km southeast of Cairo.

Another pyramid found in Egypt–the Queen’s Pyramid at Saqqara

Egypt's chief archaeologist has announced the discovery of a 4,300-year-old pyramid in Saqqara, the sprawling necropolis and burial site of the rulers of ancient Memphis.

11th anniversary of World Tourism Awards honors UNESCO World Heritage Centre...

LONDON – The 11th Annual World Tourism Awards, co-sponsored by American Express Company (AMEX), Corinthia Hotels, International Herald Tribune (IHT), and Reed Travel Exhibitions (RTE), were presente

2008 World Tourism award honorees

New York, NY - Tony Potter, CEO and managing director, CHI Hotels and Resorts, the management company for Corinthia Hotels, announced that UNESCO World Heritage Center and Dr.

Egypt unveils pharaoh boat attraction

Live and in real time, visitors to the Giza Plateau in Egypt get to see for the first time an archaeological discovery at a depth of 10 meters.

Egypt celebrates new finds in Tomb of Seti

(eTN) - Egyptian Culture Minister Farouk Hosni announced that a quartzite washabti figure and the cartouche of King Seti I, second king of the 19th Dynasty (1314-1304 BC), were found inside the corridor of the tomb of Seti I (KV 17) in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor’s on the West Bank.