Egyptian archaeological surprise continued efforts to protect the cultural relics have been a seriou

Egyptian Archaeology surprises cultural relics protection been a serious challenge in November 3rd, a visitor in the re opening of the museum to visit Muao Seelem test according to the Egyptian Middle East News Agency reported 7 days ago, an Egyptian government responsible for the excavation and research of the ancient literature of the team in the capital Cairo, 160 kilometers north of Beheira Province found a precious the "Koran" manuscripts. Egypt’s Religious Affairs Minister Mokhtar Ge said, this precious "Koran" manuscripts dating back to the seventeenth Century ad, the location was found near the provincial capital of the Al buhayrah a mosque in the city. In addition to Scripture, with text annotation, phonetic and other precious handwritten documents. It is reported that this manuscript will serve as important archaeological discoveries in Egypt exhibition. Recently, the results of archaeological and cultural relics in Egypt continued, but it also poses a major challenge for government departments to protect cultural relics. This month, 3, Nani, Minister of Egyptian antiquities, Khaled attended the opening ceremony of the reopening of the Egyptian Museum of. The museum is located at 50 km southwest of Cairo, Fayoum Province, was founded in 1974, 2006 was closed due to disrepair. After 10 years of repair and renovation, the museum was finally reopened. In the past few thousand years, Fayoum has been a fertile town gathering in the Nile Valley, and an important archaeological site in egypt. At present, the museum exhibits 314 artifacts excavated and found in Fayoum Province, its history can be traced back to prehistoric times. Next to the museum is the Ptolemy town of the third Century BC, the site of the town of Corm O Sim Gu. "Egypt is never a lack of precious cultural relics and important discoveries, but cultural relics of the excavation and protection of cultural relics is a long way to go," minister Anani told Xinhua News Agency reporter said, "we are faced with limited funding, manpower shortage and public awareness of protect cultural relics and other challenges." "But the Egyptian government has never given up efforts, even in the years before the political turmoil, the archaeological work has never stopped. I believe that the future of Egypt will also make a significant contribution to the field of Archaeology in the world, but also hope that our work will help the recovery of tourism and economic development in Egypt, Anani said. Since 2011, affected by political unrest, poor security situation, Egypt has been faced with improper cultural relics protection, cultural relics stolen and cultural relics and other issues. As a country with an ancient civilization and a famous tourist resort, explore and protection of the Egyptian government has been committed to the development of cultural relics, and hopes to assist domestic tourism. In late October this year, the Egyptian Museum in Cairo for the first time to display 425 pieces of smuggled artifacts seized between 1986 and 2016. It is reported that all the exhibits are owned by the Egyptian antiquities Department of the central authority in the Egyptian armed working group seized the port. Since its establishment in 1986, the Egyptian central authority has seized about 50 thousand archaeological artifacts smuggling. UNESCO Cairo office director Gus, fariz told reporters: "in the past 30 years, in the fight against the smuggling of cultural relics and cultural relics protection achievements of Egypt deserves praise. UNESCO is willing to.相关的主题文章: