Archaeological Paths
An evening with dr. Zahi HawassAn evening with dr. Zahi Hawass
USA Grand Lecture Tour
May & June 2023
The time to discover the secrets of ancient Egypt has finally come!

Dr. Zahi Hawass, the world’s most celebrated archaeologist and former Minister of State for Antiquities in Egypt, brings the mysteries of the pharaohs to the United States on his first-ever grand lecture tour in May and June of 2023.

Join the real-life Indiana Jones for an epic journey of exploration and discovery. Don’t miss out on this unforgettable evening as Dr. Hawass reveals the most closely guarded secrets of ancient Egypt and presents his groundbreaking new discoveries and latest research live on stage. As the man behind all major discoveries in Egypt over the last few decades and director of several ongoing archaeological projects, Dr. Hawass may yet surprise you with unexpected revelations that will make news across the world.

The lecture will be followed by a Q&A session and book signing.

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The time to reveal the deepest secrets of ancient Egypt has finally come! You’ll hear about the most remarkable discoveries that haven’t been announced yet and explore some of the greatest mysteries in history. This evening will be one to remember!
- Dr. Zahi Hawass

About the Lectures

Lost Golden City - Pyramids - Mummies - King Tut - Cleopatra - & Much more!

The world’s most famous archaeologist brings his masterful storytelling to the United States to introduce the latest findings from his quest to unveil the secrets of Egypt's ancient past.

Dr. Hawass will highlight his discovery of the Lost Golden City, which has recently made headlines all over the world and is considered one of the most important archaeological discoveries of modern times.

He will reveal the mystery behind the sudden death of King Tutankhamun and recount the discovery of the mummy of Queen Hatshepsut.

Dr. Hawass will share the latest findings from the largest excavation ever undertaken in the Valley of the Kings — the search for Queen Nefertiti.

He will disclose groundbreaking new findings among the pyramids and divulge the mysteries of the Great Sphinx. Are there secret tunnels underneath this enigmatic monument? Are we close to finding the lost tomb of Khufu, the builder of the greatest of all the pyramids?

Dr. Hawass will also discuss how he and his team use modern technology to make new discoveries at Saqqara, home to Egypt’s very first pyramid, the Step Pyramid, as they continue the search for the tomb of its builder, Imhotep.

He will give you exclusive insight into the present work on the hunt for the long-lost tomb of Cleopatra and Mark Antony. A mystery thousands of years in the making may now be close to being solved.

Finally, Dr. Hawass will share with you true-life stories of his personal experiences over the course of his esteemed scientific career and decades of research.

What’s more, if you’ve ever wanted to ask Dr. Hawass about the fascinating history of ancient Egypt, a Q&A session at the end of the lecture will be your chance!

Don't miss out on this one-and-only evening with Dr. Zahi Hawass!

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About Dr. Zahi Hawass

There is no better person to bring the history of ancient Egypt to life than Dr. Zahi Hawass. For over 20 years, he held the keys to all Egyptian antiquities, first as the Secretary General of the Supreme Council of Antiquities and then as the first Minister of State for Antiquities. Thanks to his major discoveries and TV documentaries featuring his adventures and expertise, Dr. Hawass has become the world’s most famous archaeologist.

Dr. Hawass’s major discoveries over the course of his career include the Tombs of the Pyramid Builders at Giza, the Valley of the Golden Mummies at Bahariya Oasis, and, most recently, the Lost Golden City in Luxor. His support strengthened the search for the so-called hidden doors inside the Great Pyramid. Dr. Hawass currently directs ongoing excavations at Giza, Saqqara, and the Valley of the Kings. He has also been leading the search for the tomb of Cleopatra and Mark Antony on the premises of a Ptolemaic temple near Alexandria.

Dr. Hawass received his Ph.D. in 1987 from the University of Pennsylvania. He has earned several honorary degrees, has written more than 50 books about Egypt, and was recognized by Time magazine as one of the Top 100 Most Influential People in the world. Known for his charisma and ability to engage the public, Dr. Hawass has been raising awareness of archaeology and the preservation of Egypt’s precious heritage for more than 30 years.

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About Us

An Evening with Dr. Zahi Hawass is organized by Archaeological Paths, an international leader in travel and event production.

Over the past decade, Archaeological Paths has been an exclusive partner to Dr. Hawass, organizing tours of Egypt with the participation of the famous archaeologist. Our tours are also attended by other world-renowned experts in the field of archaeology, museum directors, and high-profile ministers; and even used to include the participation of late First Lady of Egypt, Dr. Jehan Sadat. Archaeological Paths’ journeys provide a comprehensive view of Egypt’s history, culture, and customs. In addition, we create tailor-made tours for royalty, presidents, and stars of the silver screen.

Archaeological Paths is dedicated to making a real difference in archaeology and related fields. We are an active supporter of Dr. Hawass’ large-scale excavation projects at Egypt’s most important sites, such as the Valley of the Kings. We are involved in a variety of activities that promote the archaeology of Egypt, from book publishing and documentary production to organizing world lecture tours, conferences, and exhibitions.

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I do believe that the name of Archaeological Paths should go down in history, written in gold, for its contribution to promoting the legacy of ancient Egypt.
- Dr. Zahi Hawass

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