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January 21, 2019

xTomb of Ipy

Ipy was ‘Royal Scribe’, ‘High Steward’, and ‘Overseer of the Harem’ of Akhenaton. The unfinished Tomb of Ipy is located in Tell El Amarna area Read More
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xTomb of Hoya (Stewar of Queen Tiye)

Hoya was one of the prominent officials in the middle kingdom who acquired numerous positions including the “Steward of Queen Tiye’, Akhenaten’s mother, ‘Overseer of Read More
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xTomb of Ay in Tell El Amarna

Ay was a high official in the court of Akhenaton. Succeeding Tutankhamun on the throne, he was a member of the royal family and thus, Read More
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xTomb of Any

The Tomb of Any, the Royal Scribe, was never finished. One of the most remarkable depictions shows Anubis, god of mummification standing beneath the deceased Read More
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xTomb of Ahmose

Ahmose was ‘Fanbearer on the King’s Right Hand’ and ‘Royal Scribe’ at Akhetaten during the reign of Akhenaton. The Tomb of Ahmos consists of a Read More
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xThe Royal Tomb of Akhenaton

The Royal Tomb of Akhenaton is located six kilometers up the Royal Wadi (in Amarna) which separates the hills surrounding Akhetaton from the east and Read More
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xWorkmen Village

  The archaeological site of Deir El Madina was the center for the artisans and contractors of tombs in the New Kingdom Thebes. In ancient Read More
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xAkhetaton Travel guide

  On the 9th year of his reign, Akhenaten declared that Aten was not merely the supreme god, but the only god, and that he Read More
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xTemple of Ramsses II

Temple of Ramsses II was one of the great structures constructed in the Greco-Roman City of Antinopolis at the reign of Emperor Hadrian. This temple Read More
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xAntinopolis Ruins

Antinopolis City dates back to the reign of Emperor Hadrian in the first half of the second century for deifying the memory of the death Read More
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xTomb of Petosiris

  Petosiris, whose name is P- di-wsir (or the Gift of Osiris), was ‘High Priest’ of Thoth. He built a tomb for himself, his father Read More
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xTomb of Isidora

Behind the Tomb of Petosiris, lies the Tomb of Isidora which dates back to the Ptolemaic Period. There is an absorbing story (almost legendary) about Read More
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xThe Ibis Catacombs at Tuna El Gabal

The Ibis catacombs are the most remarkable places in Tuna El Gabal for enclosing the mummified bodies of Ibis and the Baboon. These birds were Read More
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xDeir Abu Hennes

Deir Abu Hennes or St John’s Monastery is one of the popular tourist attractions at Gabal El Teir Area. It is one of the ancient Read More
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xChurch of Gabal El Teir

The Virgin Mary Church at Gabal El Tair is a popular attraction for Christians whether Egyptians or foreigners especially in the annual celebration or El Read More
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xMallawi Regional Museum

Mallawi Regional Museum is one of the prominent tourist attractions in Mallawi. It comprises of two floors divided into four halls and located on the Read More
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xEl Sheikh Said Cemetery

On the west bank of the Nile, near the city of Mallawi, lies the archeological site of El Sheikh Said Cemetery. It is located few Read More
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xMonastery of Abu Fana

Nearby Ashmunein District stands the Coptic Orthodox Monastery of Abu Fana. Its name comes from the Coptic hermit, Abu Fana who lived in the 4th Read More
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xLimestone Quarries

  The area of Deir El Bersha was one of the main sources for limestone used for constructing the huge Pharaonic Temples and sculpturing magnificent Read More
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xTomb of Khnemhotep II

  Khnemhotep II was the governor of Egypt after Amenemhat I in the Middle Kingdom. He was given many titles reflecting his supreme power such Read More
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