Tuesday May 21st, 2024
Download the app
Copied

Egyptian Museum Honours Archaeologist Ramadan Badra Hussein

The museum is screening a documentary that chronicles the Egyptian archaeologist’s life and scientific pursuits.

Cairo Scene

Egyptian Museum Honours Archaeologist Ramadan Badra Hussein

The Egyptian Museum in Tahrir has opened a three-month exhibition to celebrate the life and achievements of renowned Egyptian archaeologist Dr. Ramadan Badri Hussein.

Dr. Hussein is particularly recognized for his leadership of the Egyptian German Archaeological Mission, which made groundbreaking discoveries in the Saqqara necropolis. The exhibition showcases a collection of artefacts unearthed during Dr. Hussein's excavations, offering visitors a window into the rich history and funerary practices of the ancient region.

Beyond the artefacts themselves, the museum is screening a documentary that chronicles Dr. Hussein's life and archaeological pursuits. Additionally, a commemorative book dedicated to Dr. Hussein has been published, providing a deeper exploration of his legacy and impact on the field.

×

Be the first to know

Download

The SceneNow App
×