I specialize in the restoration and Conservation of inorganic antiquities, I have practical and scientific experience in the field of specialization, I gained through study and work in the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities for more than 15 years, I worked in many archaeological sites in the north and south of Egypt, I traveled as an envoy from the Ministry of Tourism And antiquities to South Korea in an exchange of experiences between the two countries, and I traveled to the United Kingdom as a companion to the exhibition of King Tutankhamun’s antiquities. I have teaching experience in the field of conservation and restoration of antiquities through my work at the university for more than 13 years. I am interested in preserving the ancient Egyptian heritage and protecting it from damage.
Name: Ragab Abo-Elhassan Mohamed Sayed
Date of Birth / 7/12/1969
Address: El sheikh Zaid, 6th October, Giza.
Work location: Faculty of Archeology and Tourism Guidance
Misr University for Science and Technology
Associate Professor, Department of Archeology Restoration and Conservation – Faculty of Archeology and Tourism Guidance – Misr University for Science and Technology.
Lecturer at the Department of Archeology Restoration and Conservation – Faculty of Archeology and Tourism Guidance – Misr University for Science and Technology.
PhD. in Restoration and Conservation of Antiquities with first rank with a recommendation to print the thesis at the expense of the university and circulate it among the corresponding faculties entitled (Study of treatment and conservation of the royal tombs in San Al-Hajar “Tanis” with practical application on one of the selected tombs).
Master degree in Restoration and Conservation of Antiquities, with grade excellent, with a recommendation to print the thesis at the expense of the university and circulate it among the corresponding faculties, entitled (Study of treatment and conservation of antiquities extracted from excavations at the site in application to the excavations area of Tel Hassan Daoud – Predynastic.
Bachelor’s degree of Archeology – Cairo University – Faculty of Archeology – Department of Restoration and Conservation of Antiquities.
Ragab Abou-Elhassan, Hydrophobic Consolidants for Treatment of Granitic Sculptures at Tell Basta, Egypt: A Case Study, International Journal of Conservation Science volume 12, Issue 2, April-June 2021: 467-476
▪ Elyamani, A. , Bader, N. , Algohary, M. And Abou El Hassan, R. (2021) Explanation of the Damage to the Royal Family’s Cemetery in Historic Cairo and Examination of the Building Materials. Open Journal of Civil Engineering, 11, 28-59. doi: 10.4236/ojce.2021.111003.
▪ Ragab Abou-Elhassan. Study of the Current Situation of Prince Azbek Al-Yousifi School in Cairo, Adomato Magazine, Issue 41, January 2020.
▪ Ragab Abou-Elhassan. Conservation and Preservation of Archaeological Sites at Risk using Safe Re-burial Systems(Backfilling), General Union of Arab Archeologist & Federation of Arab University, 20(1), 127-160. doi: 10.21608/jguaa.2019.6445.1035.
▪ Ragab Abou El Hassan. A Scientific Study for the Treatment and Maintenance of Prince Azbek Al-Yousifi School in Cairo. In the Proceedings of the Twentieth Conference of the General Union of Arab Archaeologists: Studies in the Antiquities of the Arab World: The General Union of Arab Archaeologists, Cairo, (2017): 1606 – 1633. Retrieved from http://search.mandumah.com/Record/909164
▪ Bader, N. and Abou El Hassan, R. (2016) Examination and Conservation of Helal El-Beah Mosque, Dakahlia, Egypt. Journal of Building Construction and Planning Research, 4, 103-118. doi: 10.4236/jbcpr.2016.42007.
▪ Khallaf, Mohamed & Abou El Hassan, Ragab. (2014). Treatment and Conservation of Six Egyptian Archaeological Stone Sarcophagi. SHEDET, ANNUAL PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ISSUED BY THE FACULTY OF ARCHAEOLOGY, FAYOUM UNIVERSITY. 1. 44-58. 10.36816/shedet.001.12.
▪ Ragab Abou El Hassan. A scientific study in the restoration and maintenance of the Great Metwally Mosque in the village of Bashalosh – Mit Ghamr – Dakahlia Governorate. Journal of the Faculty of Archeology: South Valley University – Faculty of Archeology in Qena, 8 (2013): 402 – 440. Retrieved from http://search.mandumah.com/Record/933976.
▪ Ragab Abou El Hassan, Restoration, treatment and maintenance of the Temple of Amenemhat III built of mud bricks in Tel Basta), the Second International Conference on Science in Egypt through the Ages, Faculty of Archeology and Center for Scientific Heritage Studies, Cairo University & Misr University for Science and Technology, from 9-11/2012.
▪ Fatma S. and Abou El Hassan, M. Study and Restoration of a Pottery Sarcophagus in the form of a Human Being dating back to the late Roman Era, which was Discovered in Tell Basta), the Conference of Art and Culture of the Other, Faculty of Fine Arts, Minya University, from 25-27/10/2012).
▪ Khallaf, Mohamed & Abou El Hassan, Ragab, Restoration and Conservation of Merit Amun Statue, Tel Basta, Journal of the Faculty of Archeology in Qena, South Valley University – Fifth Issue 2010.
▪ Ragab Abou El Hassan, Minerals and Rocks , Misr University for Science and Technology 2014
▪ Ragab Abou El Hassan Mural painting techniques, Misr University for Science and Technology 2015
▪ Ragab Abou El Hassan lectures in materials and old industries technology (inorganic), Misr University for Science and Technology – 2016
▪ Ragab Abou El Hassan Restoration and Conservation of Ceramics and glass antiquities, Misr University for Science and Technology 2020.
▪ Ragab Abou El Hassan Restoration and Conservation of Excavation collectibles, museums and archaeological sites, Misr University for Science and Technology 2021.