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August 2018

x 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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x 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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x Obelisks, The Pharaonic Skyscrapers

An obelisk is a four sided single piece of stone standing upright, gradually tapering as it rises and ending in a small pyramid called a Read More
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x Greek History of Egypt

Contents :  – Who Are the Greeks? – Ptolemy I (Soter) – Ptolemy II (Philadelophos) – Ptolemy III, Euregettes I, the beneficent – Ptolemy IV Read More
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x Who Are the Greeks?

The Greek called their country Hellas and themselves, Hellenes. With the arrival of the Romans, they called themselves Gracias. The Greeks were not the natives Read More
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x Ptolemy I (Soter)

Ptolemy I was the real founder of the Ptolemaic Dynasty in Egypt. He started to rule as a satrap. After the end of the Babylon Read More
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x Ptolemy II (Philadelophos)

Ptolemy II was the eldest son of Ptolemy I by his third wife, Bernice. He was born in the island of Kous in the Mediterranean Read More
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x Ptolemy III, Euregettes I, the beneficent

After the death of Ptolemy II, he was succeeded by his son Ptolemy III. He was 30 years old when he ascended to the throne. Read More
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x Ptolemy IV Philopator “the Beloved of his Father”

After the death of Ptolemy III, he was succeeded by his son Ptolemy IV. He was about 24 years when he ascended the throne. Philopator Read More
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x Ptolemy V Epiphanes “the Apparent”

When Ptolemy IV died, his wife Arisnoe III ascended the throne although she was kept in the shadow during his reign. She put her son Read More
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x Ptolemy VI (Philometor: Beloved of his Mother)

He ascended the throne around the year 180 BC, but under the full supervision of his mother Cleopatra I until her death. Then he was Read More
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x Ptolemy VIII (Euergetes II) (144 – 116 BC)

Ptolemy VIII tried to seize the throne after the death of his brother Ptolemy VI. In addition, he tried to convince his sister, Cleopatra II, Read More
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x Ptolemy IX (Soter II) & Ptolemy X (Alexander I) |

Ptolemy IX ascended the throne after the death of his father Ptolemy VIII. He got married to his sister Cleopatra IV. Soon afterwards he witnessed Read More
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x Ptolemy XII (Neos Dionysus)

After the death of Ptolemy XI (Alexander II), there was a problem of whom should ascend the throne. Ptolemy IX had two illegitimate sons, one Read More
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x Cleopatra VII (51 – 30 BC)  

The last phase of the history of the Ptolemies in Egypt is considered one of the most mysterious periods in the history of the world. Read More
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