The RAED will hold its next International Act in the Nile country, where academicians can visit the tomb of Tutankhamun, restricted to tourism
The Royal European Academy of Doctors-Barcelona 1914 (RAED) finalizes the program of its 5th International Act-Congress of Interdisciplinary Research, which will be held in early December 2019 in Egypt. The renowned egyptologist, former Tourism Counsellor of the Embassy of Egypt in Spain and regular collaborator of the RAED Hamdi Zaki, and the president of the Royal Artistic Circle of Barcelona, Fèlix Bentz, actively participate in its design. The academic sessions will include representatives of the Egyptian Government and members of the Alexandria Library directory as its director and honorary academician of the RAED Ismail Seregeldin, the also honorary academician Rosalía Arteaga or the Egyptian thinker Hisham El Sherif.
The scientific sessions will be held in the Egyptian Museum in Cairo, which houses the largest collection of objects from the time of Ancient Egypt; in the Library of Alexandria itself, where RAED will donate a copy of the books written by academicians who wish to do so; at in the American University in Cairo and aboard a cruise that will go up the Nile. The Egyptian authorities have offered the expedition the possibility of visiting some areas and areas restricted to tourists such as the tomb of Tutankhamun in the Valley of the Kings. In addition, special events for the group organized by the ministries of Archaeology and Tourism will be held as a session at the foot of the Great Sphinx of Giza.
Over the next few months, the Royal Academy will offer details about the trip, as well as its final costs and registration dates. At the request of the Egyptian authorities the expedition must have a limited size and therefore the number of places will not be very large.