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September 2018

Roman History of Egypt

With the death of Cleopatra VII and Mark Antonio, and with the fall of Alexandria in the hands of Augustus Octavius in 30 BC, Augustus Read More
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Coptic Egypt (337 – 641)

With the death of Constantine, the Roman Empire had been divided into two parts: the Eastern part and the Western one. The Western Roman Empire Read More
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The Word Copt

At th end of of the potolemaic era the local egyptain were known as Aegyptioi, from the toponym Aegyptos (Egypt). The Word Aegyptos itself is Read More
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The Holy Family in Egypt  

The flight of the Holy Family to Egypt: “And when they [the wise men from the east] were departed, behold the angel of the Lord Read More
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The Coptic Church  

The Coptic Orthodox Church of Egypt was founded in the name of Jesus in the first century and still bears witness to the name of Read More
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The Coptic Language  

Coptic is the last phase of the evolution of the Ancient Egyptians’ language. With the coming of the Greeks and the introduction and spread of Read More
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The Coptic Calendar 

The exact date of the origin of the Coptic calendar is unknown, but it is believed that Imhotep, the supreme official of King Djoser C.2670 Read More
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Arab History of Egypt

Contents :  – The Arabs– The Conquest of Egypt– Egypt under the Caliphate– The Tulunid Dynasty– Egypt Under the Abbasides Again– The Fatimid Dynasty (969-1171)– Read More
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The Arabs

The Arabs, who are now to play their surprising part of history, are historically considered among the most important people of the Semitic race. The Read More
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Arabian Peninsula

Arabia, the biggest peninsula in the world, in the south-west of Asia. It is bounded on the north by the Syrian Desert; on the east Read More
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Pre-Islam Religious Conditions of Arabia

Before the rise of Islam at the hands of Prophet Mohamed, the Arabs were idolaters and their holy city was Mecca. In Mecca, there was Read More
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Islam

– Prophet Mohamed (PBUH) Prophet Mohamed (Pbuh), the last prophet from God to humanity, was born in the holy city of Mecca, probably in the Read More
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The Republic (The Orthodox Caliphs)

– Abu Baker, 632-634  The principle of universal suffrage (Biaa) which is the old tribal custom was followed in the choice of a successor to Read More
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The Conquest of Egypt 

The frequent incursions into Syria from the Egyptian side and the harassment to which the sea-board was subjected by the Romans, led the Caliph, after Read More
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Egypt under the Caliphate

As much as Egypt’s administrative machinery is concerned, it was one of the greatest Islamic provinces governed by a viceroy appointed by the Caliph. As Read More
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The Tulunid Dynasty

Ahmad Ibn Tulun was the founder of the Tulunid Dynasty. He was born in 853. His father was a Turkish slave who was sent to Read More
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Life in Egypt under the Tulunid Dynasty

 – The Administration The Administration Egypt was divided into 3 parts: Upper, Middle and Lower Egypt. It had several nomes, ruled by directors who helped Read More
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Egypt Under the Abbasides Again  

Over 37 years, during the reign of Ibn Tulun, Egypt gained a high importance and enjoyed prosperity and stability. After his death, Egypt became an Read More
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The Fatimid Dynasty (969-1171)

The word ‘Fatimid’ was derived from the name of the daughter of Prophet Mohammad (Pbuh). She married Ali Ibn Taleb, who was the Prophet’s cousin Read More
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The Epoch of the Great Viziers

– Badr El- Gamali El- Gamali was an Armenian slave. He joined to the army of Syria and he became famous, during the Syrian wars, Read More
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