READ HERE: Antiquities Ministry reveals artefacts to place in different museums

The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities in Egypt has revealed various artefacts and art pieces from the ancient Egypt period, which are selected as the pieces to be placed in the museums for December across the country.  

READ HERE: Antiquities Ministry reveals artefacts to place in different museums (image credits Facebook)
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The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities in Egypt has revealed various artefacts and art pieces from the ancient Egypt period, which are selected as the pieces to be placed in the museums for December across the country.  

Furthermore, the Ministry issued an update regarding the complete information about the pieces. 

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The Ministry stated, “As part of the monthly tradition of Egyptian museums across the republic, museums chose December pieces through a public vote through their Facebook social media pages”.

Moreover, Professor Mo’men Othman, head of the Supreme Council for Archaeology museum sector, explained that this tradition comes within the framework of museums’ role as civilized cultural institutions that raise tourism and archaeological awareness at all levels of society.

On the event of the International Day of Human Rights and the International Day of Persons with Disabilities this month, 

the public chose to sign the artefacts representing how connected ancient and modern Egyptian history and civilization are to the noble values of humanity and human rights. 

Egyptian museums reminisce with collections of many historical figures who helped raise humanitarian values on earth EGYPT.

Museum of Islamic Art:

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Featuring a silver-plated wooden door, it is one of the largest silver-plated doors in the world. This door was moved to the Museum of Islamic Art from Al-Sidah Zeinab Mosque and dated back to the era of Muhammad Ali’s family.

The Coptic Museum :

An icon of wood painted by the Angel Michael holding a scale in his left hand is shown as a sign of justice.

Sharm El Sheikh Museum:

The mummy “Amon Ranf” features a royal servant from the late era, the twenty-first dynasty.

Museum of Royal Jewelry:

Nishanan exhibits cultivation from the first layer of gold. Each five-sided star sign is enameled with enamel, and the back is a gold crown-shaped ring with enamel.

Farouk Corner Museum in Helwan:

A perfume bottle made of ivory and shellfish features scenes inspired by ancient Egyptian art, highlighted by a scene of the Trial of the Dead. And you go back to the 20th century.

Muhammad Ali Palace Museum in Menil:

Irfan’s painting is beautifully displayed, featuring the carpet master, traders, builders and other artisans, and all those who contributed to the creation of the Prince Muhammad Ali Museum.

Museum of Royal Vehicles:

An oil painting is on the display of Princess Fatima, the daughter of Al-Khadawi Ismail, who was known for her contribution to charity and for donating her jewellery and a large portion of the land she owned to establish the Egyptian University.

The Jire Anderson Museum:

In ancient Egyptian myths, a statue is shown of the idol “Bas”, the god of fun and protector of women from any evil during childbirth.

Cairo International Airport Museum 2:

Gold and platinum plated Quranic-shaped pendant necklace set with diamonds.

Cairo International Airport Museum 3:

A bronze statue of the goddess Isis is winged and crowned with an autonomous crown from the Greek-Roman era.

National Museum of Suez:

The sign displays second-tier signs made of gold and silver dating to the modern age.

Museum of Ismailia Archaeology:

A coffin displays hieroglyphic writing, and the face bears early features of Hellenistic art from the late era.

Tanta Museum of Monuments:

A statue of the god “Batah”, the master of crafts and crafts the ancient Egyptians.

Kafr El Sheikh Museum:

A statue of the idol “Whale”, a symbol of wisdom, is made of wood in the shape of the Ips (Abu Mengal) in its traditional form, the head and legs are made of bronze, and the body is covered with an impressive layer of chalk.

The National Museum of Alexandria:

A commemorative medal for the opening of Farouk I University, painted on the face a picture of King Farouk and Alexander the Great, while on it a written inscription in Arabic text: Farouk I / Alexander the Great University founder of Alexandria / Farouk I its king / 1361 AH – 1942.

Museum of Proposed Archeology:

A checkered statue shows the chief priest “Hor”, sitting in a squat position holding writing tools, and on both sides of the figure are some hieroglyphic writings.

Hill Basta Museum:

A Qaishani statue of the idol Jahuti in human form and the head of an Abu Mengal bird standing on a rectangular base wearing a niqba.

Museum of Hurghada:

Display a colour picture of one of the princesses of the upper family.

Com Oshim Museum in Fayoum:

It shows a double soapstone statue of a man and a woman, using a standing back engraved with three hieroglyphic lines from the modern state era.

Malawi Museum:

Displaying a copper vessel from the royal era.

Sohag National Museum:

A black-painted soapstone statue is shown to the idol Harbocrat sitting with his finger in his mouth and on his crown.

Warbograts in the Greco-Roman era were a protector of children and a defender of evil.

Luxor Museum of Ancient Egyptian Art:

A black granite statue of the minister “dismantled” in clerk’s pose dates back to the era of the First Sonosert from the Central State.

Museum of Embroidery in Luxor:

A mural depicts the trial of the deceased in the other world by the ancient Egyptians, taken from Anne and Honfar’s tomb in 1862 BC. M.

The New Valley Museum of Archeology:

A piece of a cartoon depicting the idol Maat symbol of justice shows a wingspan raised by a disc of the sun, dating back to the Greek-Roman era.

The Nuba Museum:

The statue of King Ramses II displayed the most famous military leaders in ancient Egypt and was found at the Temple of Jarf Hussein about the south of Aswan.

 

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