Tag: Al-Qusiya

The Egyptian archaeological mission operating in the Mir archaeological area in Al-Qusiya, in Assiut, revealed parts of buildings dating to the Byzantine era and a number of burials from the Late Period (around 600-300 BC).

Byzantine and Late Period relics uncovered in Meir necropolis in Assiut

A few days earlier, the joint archaeological mission between the Supreme Council of Antiquities and the Italian National Research Council – Institute for Ancient Mediterranean Studies (CNR) – operating at the Tell Al-Maskhouta site in Ismailia governorate succeeded in uncovering a large group of pots and amphorae dating back to the late and Greco-Roman eras.