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August 12, 2018

x General Description of Egypt

Egypt, the legendary country of the pharaohs is the first tourist destination in Africa and Egypt has a thousand faces and a thousand exciting ways Read More
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x Activities to Practice in Egypt

Cycling in Egypt Enhancing cycling experiences are available in and around Cairo and other locations in Egypt. Surprisingly enough, Cairo and the immediate areas around Read More
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x Telecommunication in Egypt

Internet & Mobile Guide in Egypt     Egypt post and Telegraph Services Post and telegraph offices are open 7 days a week, for limited Read More
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x Transportation in Egypt

A Guide to Public and Private Transport in Egypt How to get around Egypt by Public Transport, Taxi and by Car ?! Airlines in Egypt  Read More
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x When to go to Egypt ?!

Egypt is famous for its therapeutic weather since many cities enjoy a healthy climate. Thus most of the European travelers visit it as a health Read More
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x Shopping in Egypt

Cairo is one of the major shopping area in Egypt renowned for its huge markets and bazaars including Khan el-Khalili, Friday Market of Suq El Read More
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x Some Characteristics of the Thinite Period

In conclusion, the Thinite era was very similar to Third Dynasty, and most of the major institutions were in place before Djoser Reign. The king Read More
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x The Second Dynasty

We have not details of the Second Dynasty kings. The first three of them are only considered as three names in the King-Lists. These 3 Read More
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x The First Dynasty, the Unification

Two main changes mark the beginning of the First Dynasty: the spread of writing and the foundation of Memphis.   The Egyptians, since the New Read More
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x The Thinite Period

Manetho described the first two dynasties as ‘Thinite’. Thinis is a legendary city, near Abydos, said to be the home of the first kings of Read More
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x Old Kingdom

The dawn of the Ancient Egyptian Old Kingdom is marked by the emergence of the Third Dynasty. There are two major features that most distinctly Read More
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x The Third Dynasty

Some argue that King Djoser was not the first ruler of the Third Dynasty, although the archaeological evidence and the King Lists tend to suggest Read More
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x The Fourth Dynasty

Sneferu He is always referred to as the ‘Successor of Huni’. His mother Meresankh was not royal-blooded, thus she was one of Huni’s concubines. However, Read More
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x The Fifth Dynasty

The country as a whole and its administration had not witnessed great changes in the beginning of the reign of Userkaf whose name means (powerful Read More
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x The Sixth Dynasty

  With the rise of this dynasty, and especially at the time of Pepy I, the position of the priesthood of the Sun-god Re was Read More
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x Administration under the Old Kingdom    

  The King At the beginning of the Third Dynasty, the Egyptian monarchy had developed a theological dimension, with the adoption of two new names Read More
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