The famous Egyptologist and archaeologist Zahi Hawass returns to Madrid on the occasion of the exhibition Tutankhamun: The Tomb and its Treasures, to give a multimedia conference in which he will present his latest discoveries in the Valley of the Kings, where Tutankhamun’s tomb is located.

Zahi Hawass is one of the most famous archaeologists and Egyptologists in the world. Until 2011 he has served as Secretary General of the Superior Council of Antiquities. His numerous excavations, research projects, publications, television documentaries and conferences around the world, have made him known to a wide audience.

Over 90 minutes, Dr. Zahi Hawass, in addition to talking about Tutankhamun, will address the search for the tomb of Queen Nefertiti, the new theories about the graves in the Valley of the Kings and the interesting research related to the graves of Cleopatra and Marco Antonio.

During the conference, topics such as the mystery of the great pyramids and the Sphinx, and the discovery of the tombs of the pyramid builders will be discussed. Dr. Hawass will also talk about the discovery of the family of Pharaoh Tutankhamen and the mystery of the sudden death of the golden pharaoh, as well as the discovery of the mummy of Queen Hatshepsut and the search for the mummy of Queen Nefertiti.

The conference will include biographical anecdotes and personal experiences that Dr. Hawass has accumulated over many years of scientific activity. After the presentation, there will be a book signing session.

Duration: 90 minutes