The last motorcade of the Pharaohs made the Egyptians glad for their country
22 mummies, 18 lords and 4 sovereigns, were moved from the notable Egyptian Museum, where most have dwelled constantly for longer than a century, to the new National Museum of Egyptian Civilization, another resting place 5 kilometers away. In what has been nicknamed the gold procession of the pharaohs, the mummies ventured out as indicated by a request for position, first the most established, each on board a chariot enhanced in an old fashioned style. And afterward half-bare artists, suggestive music, many figures, fires. All determinedly not archeologically right yet surely of extraordinary effect.
“The motorcade made the Egyptians glad for their nation,” remarked star prehistorian Zahid Hawass, a previous Minister of Antiquities known as the Indiana Jones of Egypt. Yet, the occasion, joined by 21 salvos of honor and firecrackers, was additionally focused outwardly, to draw in to Egypt those large number of vacationers who appreciate its marvels each year and that Covid has held for over a year far away. For the individuals who followed it in live streaming, it was superior to a Romero film: the dead returned in parade through the roads of Cairo.
Once at the National Museum the regal mummies will be exposed to rebuilding for around 15 days in the gallery’s cutting edge research facility. They will be ready for their establishment inside the new presentation cases at the Royal Mummies Hall, finished to look like the Valley of the Kings, the region in southern Egypt that houses the first illustrious burial places. Prior to the appearance of the mummies, the wing, which will open to the general population from April 18, was visited by Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al Sisi and the chief general of UNESCO, Audrey Azulay, joined by the Minister of Tourism Khaled Al Anani.
A pharaonic-style occasion. They guaranteed it, thus it was. Additionally, from a planning perspective: from the declared 40 minutes, with an immediate game somewhat postponed, the Pharaohs Golden Parade continued for a long time, finishing after above and beyond 60 minutes. Seven-five minutes during which the roads of Cairo were changed into the arrangement of a film about Ancient Egypt as the mummies of eighteen pharaohs and four sovereigns passed by at nightfall on chariots accompanied by watches riding a horse.
An occasion with a high-sounding name, the “Brilliant Parade of the Pharaohs”, with a blockbuster environment, followed on the authority YouTube channel of the Ministry of Antiquities and Tourism and the Experience Event YouTube Channel by a large number of aficionados everywhere on the world notwithstanding the psychosis of revile that had spread via web-based media lately after a train mishap in the focal point of the country with many passings, the breakdown of a structure in Cairo that murdered 18 individuals and the fantastic barricade of the Suez Canal because of the silting up of the Ever Given. One incident after another that the most odd had identified with the exchange of imperial mummies from the Egyptian Museum in Tahrir Square to the National Museum of Egyptian Civilization, on the south-eastern edges of the Egyptian megalopolis.
Furthermore, all things considered, everything abandoned episodes, yet with the restrictions because of the Covid pandemic that limited the presence of general society on the Nile. Recently, the remainder of the boats was as yet in line for the conclusion of the stream crossed the Suez Canal. The mummies were found in Luxor in two unique undertakings, in 1881 and 1898, and practically all date back to the hour of the New Kingdom, from 1539 to 1075 BC. Among them are noticeable figures of Egyptian progress like King Seqenenre, who began the conflict of freedom against the Hyksos; Queen Hatshepsut, to whom the heavenly sanctuary of Deir Al-Bahari is committed on the west bank of the Nile, confronting Luxor; Ramses II, the incredible pharaoh of the New Kingdom.