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Monica Hanna [Monica Ḥannā], a member of Egypt's Heritage Task Force, responded to a statement by the Ministry of Antiquities on the collapse of parts of the northern wall of the ancient church, referring to the words of Dr. Abū Bakr ʿAbd Allāh, Vice President of the Islamic, Coptic and Jewish...
Dr. Monica Ḥannā, a member of Egypt's Heritage Task Force, filed a complaint to the Administrative Prosecution against the secretary general of the Supreme Council of Antiquities, the head of the Islamic and Coptic Antiquities Sector, and the director general of Islamic and Coptic Antiquities in...
On Tuesday, January 11, the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities will hold a temporary archaeological exhibition at the Sharm al-Shaykh Museum under the title “The Journey of the Holy Family” for six months. Nine icons and three rare manuscripts are to be displayed for the first time on the occasion...
The Coptic Museum is considered one of the oldest and most important Egyptian museums, containing the largest collection of Coptic artifacts in the world. The museum was inaugurated in 1910 by Marcus Simaika Pasha [Marquṣ Sumayka], one of the most prominent Christian figures interested in the...
For hundreds of years, al-Minyā has been one of the most important stops of the Holy Family's journey from Asyūṭ to Sinai, which resided at Jabal al- Ṭayr (Mountain of the Birds) in Samāllūṭ, until a church named after the Virgin Mary was built on the banks of the Nile River.
On Saturday evening Cairo captured the world’s attention as all eyes were on the majestic procession of 22 kings from ancient Egypt that started at the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir, and ended at The National Museum of Egyptian Civilization, located in the ancient city of Fustat, where they are to be...
The parade of the ancient royal mummies arrived at the National Museum of Egyptian Civilisation (NMEC), after its journey that began from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Square. The Pharaohs’ Golden Parade included 22 royal mummies (18 kings and four queens) dating back to the 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th...
Dayr al- Sulṭān, which is located within the old city of Jerusalem, has sparked controversy recently after the continuous attempts of Ethiopian monks to control it, despite the right of the Coptic Orthodox Church.
The Diocese of Paris and Northern France is launching an initiative under the auspices of His Holiness Pope Tawāḍrūs and Bishop Marc, entitled “My Egyptian Coptic Heritage”, with the aim of educating future generations about their heritage.
Khālid al- Baqlī, Egypt’s ambassador to Belgium, received two Egyptian artifacts that were unlawfully taken out of Egypt.

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