Center for Egyptology. Zahi Hawasa will make this announcement in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities in the Habo district of Luxor.
New archeological discoveries in Luxor are due to be announced on Thursday, according to Mostafa El Feki, director of the Alexandrina Library.
Earlier, the famous Egyptologist Zahi Hawass said that he was conducting excavations near the temple of Mina Habu in Luxor and will report a great discovery there.
El Feki praised the efforts of Hawass and a team of Egyptian archaeologists and workers in light of difficult climatic conditions in difficult desert areas.
They were busy excavating antiquities away from advertising, regardless of the means available to uncover the mysteries and treasures of ancient Egyptian civilization.
He stressed that while most other countries in the world dig in the ground for water and oil, Egypt digs to discover its history and civilization.
El Feki added that this discovery will contribute to the introduction of ancient Egyptian civilization and the unraveling of the mysteries of different eras.
He explained that each new discovery removes the cover of a large amount of information and knowledge that was previously unavailable, and that this will add value to Egyptian antiquities and the Library of Alexandria.
El Feki said that the library is proud that the Center for Egyptology. Zahi Hawasa belongs to Egypt, and that the current work in Luxor is a confirmation of Egyptian patriotism. He also emphasizes respect for the heritage and respect for Egypt’s national history at various stages.