Latest in Tag: pharaonic Highlight
Latest in Tag: pharaonic
4,000-year-old statue was on verge of being sold by British museum
“The statue has a significant importance to the study of Egyptology,” says RCEWA
The statue, which was confirmed to be original by Minster of Antiquities Mamdouh Al-Damaty, was found during digging to establish a new residential tower in Akhmim Sharq city.
El-Razzaz is a true advocate for art in Egypt. His method mainly depends on critical thinking and genuine identity.
Parts of the temple discovered so far include seven tablets, column bases and a statue of a seated person, all made of pink granite
Nabil, Egypt’s first pantomime artist, has been ranked among the best 20 pantomime artists in the world.
The museum holds surprising, diverse collection of textiles and its uses from the different eras of Egypt history