The artifacts are thought to belong to Pharaoh Thutmose II, whose rule was short-lived and preceded that of his more famous wife and step-sister, Hatshepsut.
The 91-year-old was put on trial for murders and corruption by his democratically elected successors, but came to enjoy a lucrative retirement in his final years under Egypt's current autocratic rulers.
"If Nefertiti was buried as a pharaoh, it could be the biggest archaeological discovery ever," said Egyptologist Nicholas Reeves.
The necropolis at Tuna el-Gebel also features an expansive underground network of galleries where the research team says various types of animals have been buried.
Researchers wanted to investigate the feasibility of restoring vocal sounds of ancient human remains.
Egypt's Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has finished documenting ancient graffiti found in a small cave in the South Sinai.
Merit Ptah is frequently cited as the first female physician—even though there is no solid evidence she existed, says medical historian Jakub Kwiecinski.
The head cones were found in two separate graves at the archaeological site of Amarna
The granite statue was found during excavation work near the Temple of Ptah, the Ministry of Antiquities said.
The artefacts are thought to mostly date back to the New Kingdom (1570 to 1070 B.C.) and Hellenistic era (323 B.C.E. to 31 B.C.E.) but some of the earliest pieces are more than 5,000 years old.
Mohamed Ali's videos condemning the corruption of Abdel Fattah el-Sisi's regime sparked violent protests in September.
The Egyptians mummified all manner of animals, including cats, dogs, falcons, monkeys, snakes, crocodiles, cows, and many others.
Activists, activists' families, academics, doctors have all been the targets of Sisi's irrational wrath. It's becoming easier to count those Egyptians who are not in jail than those in it.
Two well-known activists have been detained and tortured in a wave of arrests meant to crack down on protests against the Egyptian president, Abdel Fatteh el-SIssi,
Despite the government's iron fist, Egyptians are still intent on taking to the streets.
The New York Times said it was forced to turn to Ireland to help one of its reporters escape imminent arrest in Egypt, because the Trump administration failed to act.
As China amasses troops on the border, my fear builds for the protesters in Hong Kong fighting state oppression, like we did six years ago.
Banning an overwhelmingly peaceful, pro-democracy movement will serve neither U.S. interests nor the cause of the stability in the Middle East.
Africa's continental tournament kicks off in Egypt on Friday with the hosts looking for a first title since 2010.
With the death of President Morsi, whatever was left of the West's democratic legitimacy in the Arab world fades away.
Mohamed Salah leads hosts Egypt into the tournament as favorites as Senegal looks for a first ever title.
The two Liverpool stars are arguably the biggest stars of the tournament, but Nicolas Pepe and Hakim Ziyech are also set to shine.
Announcement comes as Sphinx of long-serving ruler sees daylight for the first time in almost 100 years.
Herbal products can be harmful, physicians warned.
Russia has expanded its reach in Africa with a new nuclear deal in Ethiopia and sought further plans with Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
"Egyptian withdrawal is a huge blow to the Arab NATO idea," one expert said. "The Arab NATO will properly die not far in the future."
"Let's start with the fact that instead of solving Middle East peace, Jared nearly put us into a war in the region," Vicky Ward, author of "Kushner, Inc.," alleged.