LifestyleThe Discovery of Egypt’s Lost City “Aten”: The Most Important Archaeological Finds in Recent Egyptology.

Isn't it exciting?
Nour RaafatFebruary 8, 20224 min

Egypt has one of the finest Archaeological teams the world has ever witnessed. They are constantly working on exploring the hidden treasures that our ancestors, the Pharaohs, have left behind for us. but yet, this one (not so recent) discovery in 2020 is considered to be one of the biggest in all of the history of Archaeology.

The Discovery of Egypt's Lost City "Aten": The Most Important Archaeological Finds in Recent Egyptology.

You probably saw it on TV or read an article about it. Because when it was discovered the whole world was going berzerk about it! It’s not that was some pharaoh’s tomb made of gold or anything like that. It was a whole city that was covered by sand, Aten.

The Discovery of Egypt's Lost City "Aten": The Most Important Archaeological Finds in Recent Egyptology.

The Scientists, Egyptologists, and Archeologists were amazed by how the city was well preserved. Everything was as if it was the day it was built. The construction’s accuracy fascinated them to the point that some of them are still not applied in the modern world we’re living in right now. They have also found several mummies that were preserved to perfection, along with a lot of artifacts that date back to the pharaonic era.

The Discovery of Egypt's Lost City "Aten": The Most Important Archaeological Finds in Recent Egyptology.

Up to this point, everyone has considered this “the find of the century”, but yet further investigations by Egyptologists will, for sure, get to answer any questions about the way our ancestors lived.

As C-Town we always like to give credit where credit is due … All the love goes to the Khaled Al-Anani, Egyptian Minister of Tourism and Antiquities, and the Legendary Egyptologist Zahi Hawass Former Minister of State for Antiquities Affairs of Egypt

Isn’t that very interesting?

Nour Raafat

Studying mass communication by day, having tea with Murakami by night. Nour goes back and forth between Cairo and Dubai which makes her curious about the diverse cultures in the world!

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