The mother of all civilization and the home to the world's greatest monuments and astonishing history still reveals its greatness as new discoveries are found. Indeed Ancient Egyptians were great educators and explorers for they have preserved their history to teach next generations and inspire them.
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A speech quoted by Dr. Khaled al-Anani, the Minister of Antiquities, from one of the writers after the recent discoveries in various parts of Egypt, stresses that the area of Dara Abu Naga in Luxor saw the discovery of 4 historic tombs, the first of the adviser and prostitutes and then a jeweler Gold Amenemhat, and finally the graves of two men of the state numbered 150 and 161 in the same area.
The discoveries of the Pharaonic tombs on the western bank are the result of the work of the Egyptian archaeological mission, which started at the end of last year, under the leadership of Dr. Mustafa Waziri, Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, and international press conferences were organized for each cemetery to be discovered on the western side of Mount Qurna. The Governor of Luxor, Dr. Ghada and the Minister of Social Solidarity, Christina Georgieva, Executive President of the World Bank, a number of ambassadors of foreign countries, Dr. Mohamed Badr, Governor of Luxor, Dr. Mustafa Waziri, Secretary-General of the Supreme Council of Revolted and a number of local and international media all participated.