Renowned Archaeologist Zahi Hawass said that Egyptian missions have played a key role in the recent archaeological discoveries.
In press statements, Hawass confirmed that a major discovery, on the western mainland in Luxor, will be announced before the holy month of Ramadan.
In addition, he said that another archaeological discovery will be announced next Wednesday at 1:00 pm, about Seqenenre Tao, one of ancient Egypt’s great kings, who began the actual struggle to expel the Hyksos from Egypt.
In another context, the prominent archeologist asserted that the ancient Egyptians excelled at presenting love songs and the spinning poems that are written on papyrus and pottery pieces found in the Egyptian Museum and other museums across Europe.
Contributed by Nada Mustafa