Pharaonic effects are rare

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Cleopatra Royal Palace

In 1998 AD, the effects of the legendary royal palace of Cleopatra were discovered in Alexandria, which confirmed the pharaonic nature of the city, and these traces were recovered from under the waves of the Mediterranean, which have been in its depths for more than 1600 years, and after a few years of mapping and research in the region, A statue of the Sphinx and an important religious statue appeared for the first time after about 2000 years. The Sphinx was one of the two statues surrounding a statue located at the entrance to a small temple inside the area of ​​the Royal Palace of Cleopatra on the island of Antwerp in the eastern port of Alexandria.
The elevation of these statues ended five years of exploring the royal palace area through which the royal neighborhood design was explained to the 300-year Ptolemaic kings, in addition to defining the features of the palace and the temple through the use of the writings of ancient writers, and they also corrected these writings in some The cases, and as a result of these archaeological discoveries, the pharaonic nature of ancient Alexandria and the royal quarter became very clear.

The tomb of King Tutankhamun

The tomb of Tutankhamun in the Valley of the Kings in Egypt is the most famous archaeological discovery ever. It was discovered in 1922 by a team led by Howard Carter, and its discovery caused a media sensation, and many rumors spread that the opening of that tomb had launched A curse, though, was the tomb full of wonderful treasures, including the death mask of King Tutankhamun, which is considered one of the masterpieces of Egyptian art, the back of which contains a talisman from the Book of the Dead, which the Egyptians used as a map of the afterlife.
The sarcophagus of Tutankhamun contains three sarcophagi within which the king’s body is carried. The outer sarcophagus was made of wood, and they were covered with gold along with many semi-precious stones such as lapis lazuli and turquoise, while the inner sarcophagus was made of pure gold, but it is mentioned that when it was completed The discovery of the sarcophagus for the first time was not in the golden golden image that the visitor sees in the Egyptian Museum today, as it was covered with a thick black layer that extends from hands to ankles.
Tutankhamun was nine years old when he became king of Egypt during the era of the eighteenth dynasty of the new kingdom, and his story would be lost in history if his tomb that was intact in general was discovered, and the tomb contains a large collection of monuments that give unique visions of This period of Egyptian history.

Cemetery 5

The tomb number five in the Valley of the Kings is the largest cemetery discovered in the valley so far, and although the entrance was known long ago, due to its small size it did not receive much attention, until its extent was discovered by Kent Weeks, a professor of the American University In Cairo, in the year 1995 AD.
The entrance is located near symbol 5, where steps lead to two small halls and then to a larger pillar hall through which a T-shaped corridor was discovered that extends to the side of the hill. Tens of thousands of objects were found in them but most of them were broken or beaten by Floods ravaged the Valley of the Kings in the past, but pottery vessels helped provide information about chronology, commercial movements, and funerary practices.
In addition to pottery vessels, various types of funerary equipment were found, which were placed in cemeteries for use by the deceased in the underworld, where the embalmed internal organs were preserved in canopic jars made in the form of four groups that retained the liver, lungs, stomach, and intestine, and were placed In stone and wooden boxes, carved inscriptions on the jars were filled with blue paint, and the names and titles of the sons of Ramses II were given.


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