Wednesday, April 14, 2021

Dr. Hussein Doqil

Dr. Hussein Mohamed is a researcher specializing in Egyptian Archeology and Greco-Roman Studies. He obtained his Ph.D. from Alexandria University in Egpyt.
59 Published Articles

Statue insulting King Thutmose III’s and Egyptian history angers people

Take a good look at this statue. Have you looked at it? Please, look at it again! I, personally, had no knowledge of such...

Has life stopped due to epidemics? Archaeologists say ‘no’

Has life stopped due to epidemics? Archeologists say: No, life did not stop due to outbreaks, but residents made decisions and options to live...

New in anthropology: Dozens of mammoth bones discovered in Mexico

A new archaeological discovery may represent a paradigm shift in anthropology. The National Institute of Anthropology and History of Mexico announced that archaeologists in...

Looking back at the anniversary of the Egyptian radio, media in ancient Egypt

Egyptian government radio began broadcasting on May 31, 1934. A few days after the 86th anniversary, I am pleased to highlight the media in...

Petroleum sources in ancient Egypt, new research reveals secretts

The results of a recent scientific research has been revealed in London. The ancient Egyptians obtained oil from the Dead Sea in Jordan! It showed...

Despite protests, Egypt moved the four sphinxes to Tahrir Square

On December 27, 2020, the government of Mostafa Madbouly announced its intention to transfer four Sphinx from the first building of the Karnak Temple...

How do Egyptian antiquities encounter the coronavirus?

The Egyptian government, represented by the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, last month implemented a plan to purify and sterilize old sites. This is...

Egypt: COVID-19 and antiquities officials, reluctance and confusion

As Egyptian tourism was beginning to recover from its depression over the years, the outbreak of the coronavirus has led to the full deterioration...

A 3,600-year-old teenage girl mummy found in Luxor, Egypt

Recently, the Egyptian-Spanish archaeological expedition operating in the Abu al-Naga area in Luxor managed to uncover a wooden coffin from the seventeenth family, which...

Visit the Egyptian tomb of Queen Meresankh III from your home

The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has done something impressive recently. The Ministry made virtual visits to the sites of Egyptian antiquities available...

Will coronavirus prevent the unveiling of Ramses II’s statue in Luxor Temple?

Tomorrow, the 18th of April, is World Heritage Day. The day expected to announce a major archaeological work in Egypt, which is to complete...

Who opened this burial chamber, and who stole the mummy?

Three years ago, specifically in 2017, near the Pyramid of Sinfru in the Dahshur region, 15 kilometers south of Cairo, the Egyptian Ministry of...

After 14 years, the Pyramid of Djoser is now open to the public

About 14 years after its closure, the Egyptian government opened the Pyramid of Djoser in Saqqara, lying 20 km south of Cairo. The Pyramid...

Egyptian archaeologists discover 83 new graves of mummies

A few days ago, the Egyptian archaeological mission affiliated to the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities was able to discover 83 graves during excavation...

Tourism in Egypt: Between culture and entertainment, a research study

Tourism plays a significant role in the Egyptian economy, as it represents, according to government reports, more than 15% of GDP during FY2018/2019. According to...

Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak dies at age 91

Former Egyptian President Mohamed Hosni Mubarak died on Tuesday at the age of 91. The Egyptian presidency announced mourning for three days and announced...

February 22: The day when the sun falls vertically on the face of King Ramses II

Ramses II Temple in Abu Simbel is one of the most important rock temples in the world. King Ramses II built it in two...

Evidence that the ancient Egyptians were passionate lovers

Did you know that the ancient Egyptians were the owners of great feelings, high affection, and a gentle heart? Some people may be surprised...

Ancient Egyptians played a game similar to chess called “Senet”

Ancient Egyptian legends say that Nut and Geb wanted to link together in a marital relationship, but Ra rejected this association. The two grandchildren...