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Recent discoveries have shed new light on these mysterious ancient wonders
Recent discoveries have shed new light on these mysterious ancient wonders. As the Egyptian Minister of State for Antiquities Affairs, Zahi Hawass brought Egypt into the homes and hearts of people worldwide through numerous television appearances, particularly for National Geographic, BBC, CNN, and the Discovery Channel. In more than 20 years of excavations, he has made several major discoveries, including the tombs of the pyramid builders and the Valley of the Golden Mummies in the Bahariya Oasis.
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LiveScience sits down with Zahi Hawass, Egypt's "Indiana Jones . Hawass is also very enthusiastic about finding new tombs in the Valley of the Kings. In terms of a future role in Egypt's antiquities ministry, Hawass said he plans to wait a year or two until the situation in Egypt improves.
LiveScience sits down with Zahi Hawass, Egypt's "Indiana Jones," to discuss archaeology and secret chambers in the Great Pyramid. Within the past decade, two new tombs, KV 63 and 64, have been excavated and Hawass told LiveScience, and the Toronto audience, that he believes there are many more to be found. In a year or two, after everything is relaxed, I would like to continue the 24 museums" that are underway, he said.
Recent discoveries have shed new light on these mysterious ancient wonders, and this .
Recent discoveries have shed new light on these mysterious ancient wonders, and this volume presents all the most important pyramids and the great Memphite necropolises in an exhaustive text that draws on the latest excavations and studies.
EGYPT experts, including world-renowned archaeologist Dr Zahi Hawass, believe Pharaoh Khufu’s body can finally be found in a huge void discovered inside the Great Pyramid of Giza, Express. PUBLISHED: 07:30, Thu, Nov 14, 2019 UPDATED: 07:31, Thu, Nov 14, 2019. 0. Khufu was an ancient pharaoh of the Fourth Dynasty, who ruled from 2589BC to 2566BC and was the mastermind behind the Great Pyramid of Giza, leaving his head on a Sphinx outside as a reminder to warn off robbers. Until recently, many Egyptologists had believed his plan had failed, due to the discovery of an empty sarcophagus believed to have contained his body.
Items related to Pyramids: Treasures, Mysteries, and New Discoveries. Hawass, Zahi Pyramids: Treasures, Mysteries, and New Discoveries in Egypt. ISBN 13: 9788854406070. Author of many books and articles on the pyramids, Zahi Hawass lectures all over the world and currently is working with the Giza Plateau Conservation Project and announcing a new approach for uniting tourism and archaeology.
Inside the Egyptian Museum with Zahi Hawass. 1. The Orion Mystery. The book explores several cycles of oppression in Egypt and the moments of resurrection. This book brings together ancient Egyptian history, and art and archaeology in one incredible volume. Rudolf Gatenbrink, a German robotics engineer, discovered a sealed door in the Great Pyramid of Giza in 1993, which was left unopened for 4,500 years. Veteran Egyptologist Nicholas Reeves examines the Nile valley topography, the composition of the workforce, specific tomb sites, and the royal monuments erected for a pharaoh’s afterlife.