• A sort of an archaeology of reading

    MISSING tombs and found readers are just two of the many concerns that the writer-delegates to the 2nd Bikol Book Festival had to contend with. The weeklong and more celebration of writing and reading began with a tribute to an educator, with some of the ceremonies bringing the writers and the representatives of the National Book Development Board to cemeteries or memorial sites.

  • Armenia to host Days of European Archaeology

    On June 16-18, 2023, Armenia will host “Days of European Archaeology” event coordinated by the Ministry of Education, Science, Culture and Sport. The three-day events will be held at various archaeological sites of Armenia. Since 2010, the French Ministry of Culture has entrusted the coordination and promotion of “European Archeology Days” events to the National …

  • ‘The Times’ highlights Egypt's unique tourist and archaeological potential

    “The Times” newspaper recently highlighted the unique tourist and archaeological potential Egypt has, shedding light on the competitive advantage the nation enjoys and what it has to offer. It referred to the Pyramids of Giza, the Sphinx, and the royal tombs in the Valley of the Kings in Luxor, including the tomb of King Tutankhamun, …

  • Open Competition launched for Archaeological Survey in the Protection Zone of Daugmale Hillfort

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  • Saudi experts discover and document 58 archaeological sites at Kingdom’s royal reserves

    RIYADH: Saudi Arabia’s Imam Abdulaziz bin Mohammed Royal Reserve Development Authority has completed a research and documentation project designed to help protect and restore historical and archaeological sites and develop the Kingdom’s heritage, the Saudi Press Agency reported on Tuesday. During the month-long project at King Khalid Royal Reserve and parts of Imam Abdulaziz bin Mohammed Royal Reserve, 58 historical and archaeological sites were discovered and documented.