Egypt recovers contraband artifact from the United Kingdom

  • published: Jan 09, 2019
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Egypt is recovering an artifact smuggled from the United Kingdom. A former Egyptian artifact illegally released illegally from the country was returned after being exhibited in an auction hall in London, officials said. . Steps were then taken to end the sale and remove the list, added the ministry in a message on Facebook. It does not explain how or when the relic, a cartouche of King Amenhotep I, was smuggled out from the country. Shaaban Abdel Gawad, director general of the ministry, had previously exhibited at the museum of the ancient temple of Karnak, in the city of Luxor. The Ministry of Antiquities worked with the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Egyptian Embassy in London. and the UK authorities to recover the tablet portion, he said, adding that the London embassy had received it last September. Egypt has
The country warned that it would not cooperate with foreign museums regarding exhibitions on ancient Egyptian sites, unless smuggled items were returned.At the beginning of this month, it was announced that the only foundry stone of the Great Pyramid of Giza to be exhibited anywhere except in Egypt will be on display at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh from 8 February. The large white limestone block will be exposed to the public for the first time since its creation. arrived in Scotland in 1872.You may also like to thank you for watching ,,, press the button I like, and subscribe to get n …

Egypt recovers contraband artifact from the United Kingdom

  • published: Jan 09, 2019
  • Views: 6

Egypt is recovering an artifact smuggled from the United Kingdom. A former Egyptian artifact illegally released illegally from the country was returned after being exhibited in an auction hall in London, officials said. . Steps were then taken to end the sale and remove the list, added the ministry in a message on Facebook. It does not explain how or when the relic, a cartouche of King Amenhotep I, was smuggled out from the country. Shaaban Abdel Gawad, director general of the ministry, had previously exhibited at the museum of the ancient temple of Karnak, in the city of Luxor. The Ministry of Antiquities worked with the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Egyptian Embassy in London. and the UK authorities to recover the tablet portion, he said, adding that the London embassy had received it last September. Egypt has
The country warned that it would not cooperate with foreign museums regarding exhibitions on ancient Egyptian sites, unless smuggled items were returned.At the beginning of this month, it was announced that the only foundry stone of the Great Pyramid of Giza to be exhibited anywhere except in Egypt will be on display at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh from 8 February. The large white limestone block will be exposed to the public for the first time since its creation. arrived in Scotland in 1872.You may also like to thank you for watching ,,, press the button I like, and subscribe to get n …