Famous egyptologist writes encyclopedia about the pyramids

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Cairo, Jun 9 (Prensa Latina) Accustomed to random and hectic explorations of the desert, the famous Egyptologist Zahi Hawass is currently taking advantage of the quarantine imposed by Covid-19 to write an eight-volume encyclopedia on the legendary pyramids.
Without abandoning his dream of finding the tombs, or at least traces of famous people like Queen Nefertiti, the renowned archaeologist remains at home waiting for the resumption of the research missions while gathering data and experiences about these works built thousands of years ago and which captivate us to this day,’ he confirmed to Prensa Latina.

It was precisely Hawass who located the tombs of the workers who built the great pyramid of Cheops -the only surviving wonder of antiquity-, a finding with which he discarded theories about its construction by alien entities.

I have finished the first three parts of the encyclopedia, I am now concentrating on the rest, said the tireless researcher whose name appears as director, promoter or adviser on the main findings of the last 30 years.

The weeks of relative calm also allowed him to finish his biography, a synthesis of an exciting career rooted in the past that he assumes with his own style and charisma, adding an attractive outfit inspired by the adventurer Indiana Jones.

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