Egypt's head of Egyptology is honoured in Portugal
Two of the mummies date back to the Chinchorro period (5,000-1,500 B.C.), making them older than the mummy of Tutankhamun
The fifth annual Archaeologists Day took place yesterday at the Cairo Opera House, with many figures honoured and Egyptian heritage celebrated
Hawass named as the "personality of the year" by Spanish cultural organisation
With the support of Egypt, Peru succeeds in repatriating some of its artifacts from Yale University
The delicate details of the afterlife written down on papyrus by the ancient Egyptians have been unfurled in public at a British Museum exhibit
World-renowned archaeologist Zahi Hawass reveals two secret moments he has shared with the Sphinx.
Egypt's antiquities council announces agreement to return Tut relics from New York
Nearly 100 years after its discovery, Egypt's Supreme Council of Antiquities sends formal request to have priceless Nefertiti bust returned, citing UNECSO convention
A photo exhibition marking ten years of American-Italian excavations at Mersa Gawasis ancient Egyptian harbor opens today
World-renowned archaeologist Zahi Hawass recalls one of his earliest visits to the Valley of the Kings, which led him to archaeology
Six missing pieces belonging to the double statue of 18th Dynasty's King Amenhotep III were uncovered at his funerary temple in Luxor
Two red granite statuary fragments of King Amenhotep III and the god Hapi have been unearthed on Luxor's west bank
Luxor’s new west bank lighting system is now operational, providing a dramatic night view of the city's monuments
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