The Discovery of the “Great Processions Road” in a Lecture at the BA

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The BA Writing and Scripts Center organizes a lecture entitled “The Great Processions Road: Inscriptions and Discoveries” on Thursday, 12 December 2019, from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm, at the Auditorium. It will be delivered by Dr. Moustafa Alsagheer, General Manager of Karnak and Madamoud Antiquities, and Supervisor of the Kebash Road.

The lecture will tackle the discovery of the Great Processions Road in the spring of 1949. The Road is 2700 meters, and links the Temple of Karnak and the Temple of Luxor. It is one of the significant features of the city of Thebes, and an indication of the nature of life in ancient Egypt. It has attracted the attention of Egyptian archaeologists ever since its discovery.