In Egypt, numerous excavations, discoveries and conservation works have been carried out from 2018 till now, covering various sites across Egypt dealing with different types of conditions such as sand, mud, dust, high temperatures and rainfall.
This work has encompassed excavations, discoveries and conservation efforts at very important archaeological sites, such as Giza, Saqqara, El Ghorifa, Luxor and the Delta. These excavations have yielded numerous precious finds, including tombs containing mummified remains, statues, coffins and funerary furniture.
With the remarkable discoveries made by Egyptian hands, several new Egyptian museums have been opened. Conservation efforts have also been diverse, involving activities such as preservation, reconstruction and cleaning. These initiatives have contributed to the development of various archaeological regions, such as Tanis, and site management plans have been implemented for several archaeological sites.
Dr Mostafa Waziry is in Australia on behalf of the Australian Museum to open the Ramses exhibition. This will be Dr Waziry's only keynote lecture during his time in Australia.
Dr Mostafa Waziry is an Egyptian Archaeologist, Egyptologist and the Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities. He has worked at numerous archaeological sites across Egypt, including Giza, Saqqara and Luxor. The results of Dr Waziry’s excavations are now on display in many museums throughout the country, including Sharm el-Sheikh Museum, Hurghada Museum and the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization.
Header image: Dr Mostafa Waziry, Chau Chak Wing Museum
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