30 May 2024 12:24 PM
New discoveries from mummification workshop at Saqqara

A new burial chamber has been discovered at the mummification workshop complex of the 26th Dynasty at Saqqara

Archaeological discovery dating back to the Sawy era

The Egyptian-Spanish archaeological mission to the University of Barcelona, ​​working in the Al-Bahnasa region, reached the discovery of a unique tomb dating back to the El-Sawy era.

The discovery of a Cemetry that dates back the the Sawy era

Al-Bahnasa is located on the western side of the Nile at Minya Governorate. It is 198 kilometers south of Cairo. It has been said that Virgin Mary and Jesus, son of Mary, sat under her when they were on a trip to Upper Egypt. It was famous at the Islamic era for making gold-encrusted textiles.

Luxor Temple

Luxor city comprises monuments of Thebes’s city ruins which remained the capital of the state for several centuries in the Pharaonic eras. Among its most important features are:

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