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Abu Simbel City

Abu Simbel is a small town located on the Western Bank of Lake Nasser, about 290 kilometers southwest of Aswan and only 50 kilometers away Read More
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Kom Ombo

The name of Kom Ombo comes from the Coptic word “Umbo” and the Ancient Egyptian “Nub” which means “Gold”. It is a small town and Read More
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El-Farafra Oasis

El Farafra is an oasis in the New Valley governorate in the Western Desert of Egypt. It locates between El Dakhla and El Bahariya Oases. Read More
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Assasif (Nobels Tomb)

El Assasif necropolis locates on the western bank of the Nile at Thebes few meters southward Draa Abu El Naga archeological site. It encloses about Read More
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Deir al Madina

The site of Deir el Madina is situated in a small valley between the western slope of the mountain of Thebes and the small hill Read More
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Hawara (Kiman Fares)

The town of Hawara is an archaeological site in El Fayoum Governorate in the Western Desert about 9 km from El Fayoum City. In the Read More
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Giza Governorate

Giza is a governorate in the center of Egypt on the west bank of the Nile. It forms with Cairo and El Qalyubeya Governorate what Read More
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Abu Ghourab City

Abu Ghourab is a village in Giza Governorate, about 15 km from Giza city. It is one of the important archeological sites that encloses a Read More
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Abu Rawwash

Abu Rawash is a city of great history and bright future that locates about 8 km northward Giza City. It is one of the important Read More
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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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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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Heliopolis (the City of Sun)

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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Hapi, The Nile God

Hapi in the ancient Egyptian mythology is the god of the Nile River and the source of life of all the people, animals and plants Read More
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Magic in Ancient Egypt

The term “magic” as used here simply denotes the use of Supernatural means to produce desired effects. The power by which this was done was Read More
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Maat, The Goddess of Justice

Maat is one of the goddesses in the ancient Egyptian mythology that was regarded as a symbol for wisdom and justice and other moral values Read More
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Mastaba of Queens Khenut and Nebet

Queens Nebet (Nebit) and Khenut were wifes of King Unas (Unis). The Double Mastaba of Nebet and Khenut is located in the section of the Read More
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Mastaba of Kagmeni

Kagmeni (also known as Memi) was an official, a judge, and a priest. The apotheosis of Kagemni’s career took place under the Sixth Dynasty ruler Read More
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Mastaba of Ankhmahor

The Mastaba of Ankhmahor is situated in the section of the Pyramid of Unas, in the Necropolis of Saqqara. Ankhmahor held the titles of a Read More
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