Crafts and Industries through the Ages

Core Exhibition Museum

The Core Exhibition will cover all of Egyptian civilization from prehistoric times to the present through a multidisciplinary approach that will highlight both tangible and intangible heritage. The Core is essentially a large representative space which functions as a dynamic hall and where architecture, museology and the history of the territory, organized chronologically, will help visitors to understand, through key elements, the evolution of Egyptian culture and the contents of the thematic galleries.

Prehistoric and Archaic Period

Settlements have been found in many Neolithic sites. Meriimda- Beni Salama, Fayum, Helwan and dier Tasa were the sites where huts like houses and tombs were discovered provvided (equipped with) stone artifacts, pottery and stone vesssels.

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