Zahi Hawass gives a lecture on the recent archaeological discoveries in Kentucky, USA
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Zahi Hawass gives a lecture on the recent archaeological discoveries in Kentucky, USA

Zahi Hawass gives a lecture on the recent archaeological discoveries in Kentucky, USA

8/28/2022

Egyptian archaeologist Dr. Zahi Hawass gave a lecture in Bowling Green, Kentucky, organized by the Public Library for the sixth year in a row. Hawass spoke about the archaeological discoveries at Saqqara and Luxor.

Hawass explained the details of the new archaeological discoveries in the Saqqara area next to the pyramid of King Teti, noting that the Egyptian mission found a 5-meter-long papyrus, a bronze "axe" belonging to an army soldier, as well as some toys, boats, wooden masks, a painting.

During the lecture, he spoke about the lost golden city of Luxor, which dates back to the reign of King Amenhotep III, and continued to be used by Tutankhamun, 3,000 years ago.