Baron Palace Baron Palace in French ( Le Palais Hindou ) :  It is inspired by the historic mansion of Indian architecture built by the Belgian millionaire Baron Edward Empain ( 20September 1852 – 22  July 1929 ), And who came to Egypt from India At the end of Nineteenth century Soon after the opening Suez Canal. The palace is located in

Cleopatra   was the last active ruler of the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt, nominally survived as pharaoh by her son Caesarion. As a member of the Ptolemaic dynasty, she was a descendant of its founder Ptolemy I Soter, a Macedonian Greek general and companion of Alexander the Great. After the death of Cleopatra, Egypt became a province of

Egyptian Museum It is one of the largest and most famous international museums, located in the heart of the Egyptian capital “Cairo” North side For Tahrir Square. It dates back to a year 1835 And its location was then At Azbakeya Park , where it included a large

Hatshepsut Has captured Amun Hatshepsut , is the queen governor of ancient Egyptian , which is the fifth in the sequence of the kings of the family eighteen , was sentenced after the death of her husband King Tuthmosis II as guardians of the young king Thutmose III in the beginning and then Congeniality and the daughter of the god Amun after

Moez Street Al-Moez Street for the Fatimid religion of God or The Great Street or The Kasbah of Cairo or The Great Cairo Kasbah It is a street representing the heart of the old city of Cairo, which has been developed to be an open museum of

Ras Al-Teen Palace It is one of the oldest palaces in Egypt , overlooking a beach The Mediterranean Sea City Alexandria. Short head The fig One of the historical and archaeological monuments in Alexandria, and the historical significance of this palace is due to the fact that

St. Catherine’s Monastery  located in South of Sina In Egypt Down Mount Catherine The highest mountains in Egypt, near Musa Mountain. It is said to be the oldest monastery In the world, It is a shrine Tourist It is a great place for tourist groups from all parts of the world,

Tut Ankh Amun   He is one of the pharaohs of the eighteenth Egyptian family in the history of ancient Egypt, was Pharaoh Egypt From1334 BC. M to1325 BC. M. Tutankhamun is one of the most famous Pharaohs For reasons

1. Sources Let us first address the view held by many who today are crusading against the use of old sources…, i.e Western historians of the 19th and early 20th centuries, and even earlier, arguing that the more modern sources be given

Origins Pharaoh Ay is believed to have been a native Egyptian commoner by birth and born in Akhmim. He is thought to have been the son of Yuya, an Egyptian priest who also held various other offices in the land. © Ashley

“A land won by the Egyptians and given them by the Nile.” -Greek historian Herodotus (circa 500 B.C.) The story of the Nile River begins not in the lush coastal lagoons of its Mediterranean mouth, nor at its headwaters high

  Pi-Ramses, an ancient city in the Nile delta, was established by Ramses 2 and used for his campaigns in Syria. This city is mentioned in the Bible, as a place where Israelites were forced to work for the Pharaoh. Another

Jobs for Slaves in Ancient Egypt A lot of people are under the misconception that most jobs in ancient Egypt, particularly building the pyramids, was accomplished with slavery. The reality is that there were not that many slaves in Egypt until the

Art is an essential aspect of any civilization. Once the basic human needs have been taken care of such as food, shelter, some form of community law, and a religious belief, cultures begin producing artwork, and often all of these developments occur

A Dysfunctional Family Tree Several versions exist of how Anubis came into being: Son of Nephthys and Osiris: the most popular version is that Anubis is the son of Nephthys and Osiris. As the Goddess of Darkness, Nephthys would naturally be

4. A Word on the Islamic Impact in the Field First, return must be made to Constable and the subject of Funduqs seen above. Once the Muslims had borrowed and transformed the institution, then, there happened the crucial shift: the West (and

  Unlike many other traditional societies, Egyptian women enjoy full equality with men, although they have some different cultural roles. They have the same financial rights and professional respect accorded to them and are vastly influential in the home and the workplace. In

Embalming is a part of the funeral process, and this process was first used by the Egyptians. The word “embalm” means to protect from change, which is the goal in the embalming process. Since the Egyptians, the process has been

ABU SARGA Abu Sarga is the oldest church in Egypt dating back to the 5th century A.D. The church owes its fame to having been constructed upon the crypt of the Holy Family where they stayed for three weeks during

The ritualistic burials of the ancient Egyptians represent some of the most researched areas of both archaeology and the related field of Egyptology. Fascinatingly, the Egyptian burialwas associated with another interpretation of life. One that was linear yet just as associated with immortality:

  Here is a List of all addresses for all Airlines Operating in Egypt   Airlines Address AEROFLOT Bustan Center, Downtown, Cairo, Tel.: 3900429 – 3937409 Fax: 3900407, Airport Tel.: 2914602 AIR ALGERIE 13, Kasr El Nil St., Downtown, Cairo, Tel.: 5740688

Akhenaten (r. 1353-1336 BCE) was a pharaoh of 18th Dynasty of the New Kingdom of Egypt. He is also known as ‘Akhenaton’ or ‘Ikhnaton’ and also ‘Khuenaten’, all of which are translated to mean ‘successful for’ or ‘of great use to’ the god Aten.

Life in his palace at Akhetaten seems to have been his primary concern. The city was built on virgin land in the middle of Egypt facing towards the east and precisely positioned to direct the rays of the morning sun

The city of Alexandria was founded by Alexander the Great in 333 B.C .and has a unique history quite different from many other cities in Egypt. When this famous Macedonian (the Greek state, not the former Yugoslav country) was en

The Amarna period is named for the extensive archeological site at Amarna, where pharaoh Akhenaten moved the capital in the late Eighteenth Dynasty. This period, and the years leading to it, form the most drastic interruption to the continuity of style in the Old

Amenhotep III (c. 1386-1353 BCE) was the ninth king of the 18th dynasty of Egypt. He is also known as Nebma’atre, Amenophis III, Amunhotep II, and Amana-Hatpa, all of which relate to the concept of the god Amun being satisfied or, as in the

Amun (also Amon, Ammon, Amen) is the ancient Egyptian god of the sun and air. He is one of the most important gods of ancient Egypt who rose to prominence at Thebes at the beginning of the period of the New Kingdom (c.1570-1069 BCE). He is usually depicted as a

Among all the multitude of Egyptian deities, the god Amun was considered to be the king of the gods, a supreme creator-god. He was the ancient Egyptian god of fertility and life. While most Egyptian gods were ‘born’ at various

An introduction to Early Islamic Society and Social Sciences …in order to know or appreciate most developments of Muslim society and civilization, or to understand the very foundations of Islamic society and civilization, we have to go to the very

Ancient Egyptians have helped a lot in providing a great deal of knowledge and evidence about ancient medicine to modern historians. This knowledge has been discovered on the many papyrus scrolls which have been found in archeological excavations in Egypt. In ancient Egypt illnesses were

The characteristics of ancient Egyptians are indicated by a set of artifacts and customs that lasted for thousands of years. The Egyptians invented and used many basic machines, such as the ramp and the lever, to aid construction processes. They

DISCOVERIES/CONTRIBUTIONS CONT. Ever since the pharaonic period, they religiously and academically relied heavily on stars to advance their knowledge, especially on architecture. Egyptian astronomy was extremely sophisticated and many of their ideas became the foundation of our own stargazing and

  Religion influenced nearly every aspect of the ancient Egyptians’ lives. As it was very important to them, they were bound by tradition and unwilling to change. The history of ancient Egyptian religion is rooted in Egypt’s prehistory and it

            Ancient Egyptians loved music and dance. In fact, mnany men and women chose music and dance as a career and became professionals. Leisure hours in Egypt were filled with singing and dancing. Dance was performed

Ancient Egyptian astronomers may have discovered variable stars, and calculated the period of a well-known one called Algol, thousands of years before Europeans. But they buried those observations in a calendar designed to predict lucky and unlucky days, wrapped in

People in ancient Egypt wore light clothes made out of linen which were usually quite simple in design. Linen used for making clothes was made from flax which was grown along the river Nile. The robes were worn by both

Food eaten by people in ancient Egypt had similarities between not just Africa but west Asia as well. Egyptians got most of their calories from wheat, barley, and olive oil. The Egyptian food chart comprised lots of different foods and believed in eating

Various games were popular in ancient Egypt. They were diverse and took a number of forms. Games were for all, some favored by adults, others by children and some by all ages. Games of all kinds of indoor games, outdoor sports,

Ancient Egypt History Timeline 3,500 B.C.: The first hieroglyphic symbols are used by craftsmen 2,500 B.C.: The Great Pyramid at Giza and The Great Sphinx are built. 1,550 B.C. – 332 B.C.: The New Kingdom Pharaohs are buried in the Valley of the Kings. 1,351