Egyptian Minister of Tourism and Antiquities Khaled El-Anani has announced that another grand procession will be prepared to transport Tutankhamun to the Great Egyptian Museum.
Enani said the procession would be as unique as the parade of the Golden Pharaohs, which took place on April 3, when 22 royal munitions of ancient Egyptian power were transferred from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization in Fustat. civilization.
Speaking at the Royal Mummies Symposium to celebrate the Golden Pharaohs Parade as part of the ninth Ain Shams University Scientific Conference, Anani said the procession was a grand funeral, paying due respect to kings and queens and their history. “Our main goal was to show prestige in everything,” Anani said.
He noted that the mummies were scientifically wrapped to preserve them. “Although some asked to show the mummies, it was important for us to keep them,” Anani continued.
Anani stressed that every movement and detail of the procession was carefully studied, and the archaeological content was carefully reviewed and linked to the Egyptian identity.
In addition, Anani said that the attendance of the world’s first representative of culture, the director of UNESCO; and the world’s first representative of tourism, the secretary of the World Tourism Organization, proves the importance of Egypt in tourism and archeology for the whole world.
The ninth Ain Shams University Scientific Conference is entitled “The Fourth Generation of Universities – Between Reality and Expectations” and is held under the auspices of the Minister of Higher Education and Research Khaled Abdel Gaffar.