1,800-year-old complete residential Roman-era city discovered by Egyptian archaeologists is dubbed "oldest and most important city found on the eastern bank of Luxor."
Initial examinations show tomb apparently belongs to 18th Dynasty of Pharaonic Egypt, which spanned from 1550 B.C. to 1292 B.C, officials say.
It is vital that the world understands the catalogue of injustices and deception that the Austrian state used — and continues to use — to pressure Muslims.
An archaeology team began excavations in September between the temples of Ramses III and Amenhotep III near Luxor, some 500 kilometres south of Cairo.
Find is the “second most important archaeological discovery since the tomb of Tutankhamun” nearly a century ago.
Several tourism spots around the world have been rendered 'ghost towns' as the Covid-19 pandemic continued to curtail travel and ravaged the tourism sector.
Egypt's antiquities minister says the coffin was in a fragile state of conservation, ever since its discovery.
Is anywhere safe anymore? Dalia Azim dismantles the paradoxes of fear and xenophobia towards the Arab world as an American introducing Egypt to her children for the first time.
Egypt's antiquities minister says the discovery will help boost the country's slowly recovering tourism industry.
Archaeologists find mummies, caskets and skulls among the latest treasures in the tomb of a city judge close to the city of Luxor near the fabled Valley of Kings, authorities say.
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