AEO's Thomas Greiner reviews some "scientistic" literature about ancient Egypt.Read more...
Having done a photoshoot in the end of 2010 to promote his own clothing line, Dr. Hawass has caused an uproar over allegations of having used actual artifacts for the shoot.
After Dr. Hawass filed for an appeal as reported earlier on AEO, the National Council of Egypt\'s Administrative Court issued a decree that will keep him out of jail and continue to serve as Minister of Antiquities.
Renowned during the 'New Archaeology' movement in the 1960s, it has been reported that Dr. Lewis Binford has passed away at the age of 80.
Having refused to fulfill a court ruling over a land dispute, Zahi Hawass has been sentenced to one year, relieved of his governmental duties and charged with a LE 1,000 penalty. (incl. response of Dr. Hawass)
To tell the struggles of the revolution that took place on January 25 onward in Egypt, Dr. Hawass announced this exhibit, yet the start of this exhibit is not yet certain.
Zahi Hawass addresses his return and plans for re-opening museums. Hawass also addresses slander against him.Read more...