Minister of Antiquities Mohamed Ibrahim requested the Foreign Ministry to stop the sale of 165 ancient Egyptian artifacts at Bonhams Auctioneers in London on 22 October until they present the documents that prove the artifacts were taken out of Egypt...
With a rich but checkered history and a collection that can look anciently opaque and mysterious from the outside but is in fact full of wonders, Harvard University’s Semitic Museum is on the cusp of great change.
Interesting article about the history and future plans of Harvard's Semitic Museum and its new director, Egyptologist Peter Der Manuelian.
An antique statue has been repatriated to Egypt from the family of a German citizen who bequeathed the item in his will, according to State Antiquities Minister Mohamed Ibrahim. The statue dates back to the Greco-Roman era.
The Russian public has stepped up to support the country’s Egyptologists who ran out of money for an archeological expedition because of rising electricity tariffs, the organizer of a donation drive said.
It shouldn't have to come to this anywhere, but when it does, it is good to know that there are people out there who care and put their money where there mouth/interests are.
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