Over 95 major conservation projects in Egypt that span the entire range of the country’s rich cultural history.
Unique partnership protects and restores some of Cairo's landmark historic sites.
Excavation reveals one of the few surviving mosaics from Alexandria's Roman period.
One of ARCE’s most intensive and visually impressive conservation projects centers on a Mamluk prince’s mosque from the 14th century.
Restoration of the shattered sarcophagus of New Kingdom king, Ramses VI, in the Valley of the Kings.
ARCE restores a Theban tomb of an 18th-dynasty priest with royal ties
Documenting and conserving the wall paintings in the tomb of this 18th-dynasty field scribe.
The first official documentation of Luxor Temple’s famous mosque to trace its intriguing origins.