Egyptian archaeologist Zahi Hawass has been continuing his U.S. tour, meeting locals and giving a lecture on Egypt’s recent archaeological discoveries.
In a bid to promote tourism to Egypt, Hawass gave a new lecture on Egypt’s recent archaeological discoveries, in Kentucky state.
Hawass spoke about the Lost Golden City of Luxor, and new fossils, which date back to the reign of King Ramsis.
Moreover, he presented the new archaeological discoveries in the Saqqara region, next to the Pyramid of King Teti, in detail.
In the same context, Hawass highlighted the recent restoration projects and national schemes that have been taking place on the Rams Road in Luxor site, the Islamic Cairo region, and the fascinated ancient khedivial Cairo area.
After that, Hawass held a book signing for five books he authored about Egypt’s antiques at a celebration in the United States after delivering several lectures on ancient Egyptian civilizations in Kentucky’s Bowling Green city, where a sized line of fans was waiting more than half an hour to get an autographed copy of his new books.
It’s worth mentioning that his last lectures were attended by 1500 persons.
Contributed by Ahmed Emam