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Pharaonic History

x The Hyksos – The Fifteenth and Sixteenth Dynasties

Hyksos’ control over Northern Egypt evolved in a number of stages. Starting from Avaris they gradually moved towards Memphis, following the eastern edge of the Read More
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x The Thebans – The Seventeenth Dynasty  

According to the Turin Canon, there were 15 kings in the Seventeenth Dynasty, yet, according to the Karnak King-Lists they were nine only. The Theban Read More
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x Khyan 

On the Hyksos’ part, Yaqub-Har’s successor, Khyan, cannot be said to have ruled an actual empire, although his name appears frequently (not only on an Read More
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x The New Kingdom ( The Empire )

  Contents : The Eighteenth Dynasty The Nineteenth Dynasty The Twentieth Dynasty
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x The Nineteenth Dynasty

Contents : Pharaoh Ramses I (Paramessu) Pharaoh Sety I Pharaoh Ramses II Pharaoh Merenptah Pharaoh Sety II Pharaoh Siptah (Merenptah) Queen Tausret   Pharaoh Ramses Read More
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x The Twentieth Dynasty

How the Twentieth Dynasty gained power remains unclear. The only indication of the political events at this date is attested by a stela erected on Read More
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x The Twenty-First Dynasty

Pharaoh Smendes Smendes proclaimed himself king after the death of Ramses XI. He effectively declared himself the heir of the Ramesside line through the set Read More
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The Hereafter in Ancient Egypt

Pyramids, temples, tombs, the burials of kings, nobles and the common people, all express the unique Ancient Egyptian idea of death. Ancient Egyptians believed in Read More
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Burial Customs in Ancient Egypt and Their Development

Although the practice of preserving corpses is common to several cultures around the world, the Egyptians were proficient, more complex and refined in this art Read More
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Introduction to Mummification

Blessed with a long, rich history as well as countless marvels and wonders, the Land of the Pharaohs always reveals bewildering mysteries. Huge volumes of Read More
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The Evolution of Canopic Containers

The idea of including vases in the tombs had existed since the Pre-Dynastic Era, but they were not serving as canopic jars. Rather, some of Read More
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Death Rituals – the Funeral Procession

The Funeral procession was an element of the death rituals in Ancient Egypt. After 70 days following the death of a person, an elaborate funeral Read More
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Books of the Hereafter

 –   Pyramids Texts Mostly inscribed on walls of tombs inside pyramids, the Pyramid Texts are a collection of Ancient Egyptian religious texts from that go Read More
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Funerary Equipments

  Inside their tombs, Ancient Egyptians used to put funerary equipments. Varying from each tomb, such equipments were placed around the body of the deceased. Read More
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Ancient Egyptian Belief in Resurrection

The Ancient Egyptians believed that the mummy housed the soul and spirit. Their belief was often thought of as complex and involved three spirits: the Read More
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Ancient Egyptian Religion & Myths

Most of the Egyptian myths are motivated by the ancient Egyptian desire to know the origin of the universe. These myths were depicting the Ancient Read More
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Lotus Flower Myth

According to the ancient Egyptian Myth of Creation, before life the whole world was nothing but a wide dismal sea until the Lummous Lotus Flower Read More
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Places to visit in Heliopolis

Heliopolis or the city of sun, as the Greeks called it, is an ancient Egyptian city that was called by the Egyptians Annu. It was Read More
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The Sacred Family of Abidos

In the ancient Egyptian mythology, Osiris was the Chief Judge of the dead in the under world, the husband of Isis and the father of Read More
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