Renowned Egyptologist Zahi Hawass said that Egypt succeeded in restoring 6,000 stolen artifacts. He pointed out that an English archaeologist was suspended for three years due to his role in artifacts smuggling.
Hawass added that major international issues helped Egypt to identify artifacts smugglers and restore the mostly of the stolen pieces.
Next, the Egyptologist expressed that he believed that Nefertiti used a masculine name during reigning Egypt after Akhenaten death.
He explained that she was depicted while hitting enemies and this scenery was a masculine act.
Finally, Hawass indicates that there are 15 mummies in the Egyptian museum for unnamed females, therefore, each royal mummy has a magical story that reflected the greatness of Ancient Egyptian Civilization.
Contributed by: Rana Atef