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You don’t have to leave home to discover Egypt’s greatest secrets when you take part in the fascinating webinars with Dr. Zahi Hawass – LIVE from Egypt. There is no better expert to lead you through the fascinating history of the Land of the Pharaohs than the living legend of archaeology and the former Minister of Antiquities. Dr. Hawass has revolutionized our understanding of ancient Egypt and now he takes you behind the scenes of the most celebrated Egyptian treasures.

Each of the three webinars will last for about an hour and will be divided into three parts: a video with Dr. Hawass from an archaeological site, a LIVE broadcast from Egypt and a Q&A session with Dr. Hawass. You will get exclusive insight into groundbreaking research, ongoing excavation work and exciting plans for the coming years.

Additionally, you can join EXCLUSIVE LIVE Q&A SESSION with Dr. Zahi Hawass – strictly limited to 50 people. If you’ve ever wanted to ask Dr. Zahi Hawass about the fascinating history of ancient Egypt, now is your chance.

Sign up and join Dr. Hawass in his quest to unveil Egypt’s secrets. More info at
Archaeological Paths presents a video summarizing Dr. Zahi Hawass’ research and discoveries in 2019. For over 20 years, Dr. Hawass has been an indisputable authority and a living legend of Egyptology. He’s been behind all the most significant archaeological discoveries made over last few decades. Currently, Dr. Hawass is carrying out large-scale excavations at the most valuable sites in Egypt such as the Valley of the Kings. Right there, on October 10th, 2019, a remarkable event introduced Dr. Hawass’ recent work in the East and the West of the Valley of the Kings, making headlines all around the world.
Mummification Featuring Zahi Hawass is a video by Nico Piazza, featuring still-photography by Sandro Vannini. In the video Dr Zahi Hawass is examining an Old Kingdom mummy found quite by accident in a tomb at Saqqara. Dr Hawass explains the mummification process and why each stage was carried out, as well as why the heart was left inside the body.
Join Zahi Hawass at the temple of Taposiris Magna near Alexandria, where he and Dominican scholar Kathleen Martinez are searching for the tomb of Cleopatra and Mark Antony!