Egypt: Ministry of Antiquities launches Archaeological Exhibition in Menil

Egypt: The Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has announced the opening of an exhibition of archaeological reinforcements at the Prince Muhammad Ali Palace Museum in Menil on December 26th.

Egypt: Ministry of Antiquities launches Archaeological Exhibition in Menil (image credits Facebook)
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EgyptThe Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has announced the opening of an exhibition of archaeological reinforcements at the Prince Muhammad Ali Palace Museum in Menil on December 26th.

As per the recent updates, under the title “Archaeological Ports and Adjustments of the Upper Family, “Dr Mustafa Waziri, Secretary-General of the Supreme Council for Archaeology, 

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opened in the Museum of Prince Muhammad Ali Al-Meneil’s Palace, a temporary exhibition of artefacts seized by Egyptian ports during the previous years before being smuggled. The cradle of the country.

Furthermore, the opening ceremony was attended by Mr Mo’men Othman, Head of the Museum Sector at the Supreme Council of Archaeology, and Dr Osama Talat, Head of the Islamic. 

Coptic and Jewish Archaeology Sector, Mrs Amal Siddiq, General Manager of the Al-Menil Palace Museum, and Mr Sharif Saeed, Director General of the Historical Museums in the Museum Sector, Exceed the leaders of the Ministry of Tourism and Archaeology.

During the exhibition’s opening, Dr Mustafa Waziri explained that the organization of this exhibition comes in conjunction with the celebration of the 119th anniversary of the building of the palace.

Waziri also added that the exhibition contains about 70 diverse artefacts seized by the Central Administration of Outlets and Archaeological Units in Egyptian Ports and Outlets, 

honouring Al-J The administration and its security do this to secure all outlets. The Arab Republic of Egypt ensures the preservation of this great heritage, noting that most of these pieces are presented for the first time.

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Moreover, the Secretary General of the Supreme Council for Archaeology took it to confirm that the Supreme Council for Archaeology is witnessing an unusual surge in integration between its various sectors.

Waziri cited that this exhibition is the best evidence of the consolidation of the efforts of the different sectors, albeit further restrictions of non-Egyptian artefacts being announced based on the delivery of 176 artefacts for four dinars in the Egyptian Museum of Liberation.

He pointed out that several archaeological projects were being completed in the Islamic, Coptic and Jewish archaeology sectors.

On his part, Mr Mo’men Othman, head of the museum sector at the Supreme Council for Archaeology, pointed out that this exhibition was organized by the Central Administration of the ports and archaeological units in Egyptian ports.

In cooperation with the Prince Muhammad Ali Palace Museum in Al-Menil, and is scheduled to last for a month, and among the pieces, this display of the museum’s collectables that the awards committee did in support of the show’s scenario, the museum’s silver lining. Said, officials.

In the end, Mr Hamdi Hammam, head of the Central Administration for Archaeological Units in Egyptian Ports at the Supreme Council of Archaeology, said that one of the most prominent pieces that were exhibited is a pitcher of silver to Princess Tawhidah,

the daughter of Al-Khadawi Ismail, decorated with botanical and geometric decorations, and the table is a photographic view Y for musical troupe surrounded by a gold metal frame adorned with distinctive botanicals Stretching along the legs,

bust of King Fouad I of white marble, King Farouk’s cradle made of pseudo wood and decorated with geometric and botanic decorations and on the side, a monogram of King Farouk topping the royal crown; the festival also witnessed a folk art show.

 

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