Saturday,19 January, 2019
Current issue | Issue 1426, (17 - 23 January 2019)
Saturday,19 January, 2019
Issue 1426, (17 - 23 January 2019)

Ahram Weekly

Zahi Hawass

Much is known about the family of the ancient Egyptian Pharaoh Khufu, the builder of the Great Pyram

People all over the world are still inventing stories about the Great Pyramids and the Sphinx that s

During the ancient Egyptian New Kingdom Egypt was the most powerful and wealthiest empire of the anc

Could science be about to reveal the true image of the ancient Egyptian queen Nefertiti, asks Zahi H

The ancient Egyptian Temple of Dendur found a new home in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York

What lessons can be learned from recent problems in the restoration of the golden mask of ancient Eg

Founder of the Catanzaro Film Festival Gianvito Casadonte should be considered as a role model for E

Many unusual stories relate to the discovery of the Pharaoh Khufu’s Solar Boat on the Pyramids

Egyptology is not only a search for knowledge — it can also be great fun, writes Zahi Hawass

The discovery of the black granite sarcophagus in Alexandria has given rise to many all-too-explicab

The ancient curse of the Pharaohs can sometimes catch up with today’s tomb robbers, writes Zah

Tomb-robbing started in Ancient Egyptian times, with some of the heirs of the ancient thieves being

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