Expedition to Egypt. April 2019 The Pyramid of Teti
The Pyramid of Teti, was discovered by British Egyptologist John Perring in 1839. But only 43 years later, in 1882, after discovering of the First Pages of the Book of the Dead in the depths of the Pyramid of Unas, French Egyptologist Gaston Maspero has found its next Chapters here in the Burial Chamber of the VI Dynasty King Teti.
Expedition to Egypt. April 2019 Grand Egyptian Museum
In April 2019, due to the Ministry of Antiquities of Egypt and the assistance of the Centre for Egyptological Studies of the Russian Academy of Sciences (CESRAS), the Creative Director of ISIDA Project was granted the unique opportunity to visit the construction site of the museum as well as some laboratories of the Conservation Center.
Expedition to Egypt. April 2019 Tomb of Khufukhaf I
The tomb of Khufukhaf I, the son of King Khufu and Queen Henutsen was discovered by George Andrew Reisner - an American archaeologist, who headed the excavations in the royal necropolis at the foot of the Great Pyramids of Giza in the beginning of the 20th century.
Creative Director of ISIDA Project, Valery Senmuth was granted a unique opportunity to visit the largest archaeological museum in the World - the Grand Egyptian Museum, scheduled to be open in 2020. The visit included several laboratories of the Concervetion Center, the main entrance where the statue of Ramses II is located, as well as the construction site of the Museum itself.