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The year 2019 was full of archaeological discoveries in various regions of Egypt. The number of discoveries reached about 19 important discoveries, celebrated inside and outside of Egypt. In the following lines, ET sheds light on the numerous discoveries made during 2019: Jan 15, 2019: The mission of the Ministry of Antiquities operating in Bir Shaghala in the Dakhla Oasis succeeded in uncovering two ancient tombs from the Roman era....
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Huge statue of Horus discovered The Egyptian-German archaeological mission headed by Horig Sorouzian discovered a huge statue of the God Horus. The statue was found in the remains of the Columns Hall at the Millions of Years Temple of King Amenhotep III in Kom al-Hattan area on the western mainland of Luxor. Director General of West Luxor’s Antiquities Sector Fathi Yassin explained that the discovered statue is made of black...
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1-Construction Abu Simble Temple was constructed by the most celebrated Ancient Egyptian king Ramses II. The process of construction began in Aswan. The temple was mainly cut into a solid rock cliff. The main goal behind construction was to celebrate the victory of Ramses II that was established during the Hittites at Kadish battle in 1274 B.C. 2- Purpose of Abu Simbel The temple was dedicated to a number of ancient...
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EGYPT archaeologists discovered a boat believed to have been used by Pharaoh Khufu himself “perfectly preserved,” which helped confirm theories over how the ancient society constructed their wonders. The Giza pyramid complex is probably the most famous and well-known of Egypt’s many ancient landmarks and includes the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Pyramid of Khafre, and the Pyramid of Menkaure, along with their associated pyramid complexes and the Great Sphinx of Giza. Of the three pyramids that...
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This undated photo shows part of a discovered statue during excavations in Giza, Egypt. Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities announced on Wednesday that it has discovered a rare statue of King Ramses II during excavations near Giza pyramids west of the capital Cairo. (Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities/Handout via Xinhua) Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities announced on Wednesday that it has discovered a rare statue of King Ramses II during excavations near Giza...
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