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King Kutankhamun's Face Unveiled to World- Hot news
The face of Egypt's most famous ancient ruler, King Tutankhamun, has been put on public display for the first time.
Archaeologists took the mummy from its stone sarcophagus and placed it in a climate-controlled case inside his tomb in Luxor's Valley of the Kings. BBC News 5th November 2007
Did Ancient Egypt' Pyramid Builders have Consciousness?
According to a growing numbers of scientists and philosophers, the Ancient Egyptians and indeed humanity itself was unconscious up until the late second millennium BC (1300 BC).
Pharaoh Ramses II's temple discovered inside Egyptian mosque
Washington, Sept 28 : Egyptian archaeologists have discovered parts of a temple dating back to the reign of Pharaoh Ramses II, inside a mosque in Luxor.
What is the Egyptian Identity?
Egyptian identity evolved in the span of this long period of occupation to accommodate in principal two new religions, Christianity and Islam, and a new language, Arabic, and its spoken descendant, Egyptian Arabic.
Aida opera in four acts by Giuseppe Verdi
Aida is an opera in four acts by Giuseppe Verdi to an Italian libretto by Antonio Ghislanzoni, based on a scenario written by French Egyptologist Auguste Mariette. It was first performed at the Khedivial Opera House in Cairo on December 24, 1871 under the baton of Giovanni Bottesini.
Mummies Around the World- An Article by By Dr Joann Fletcher
Mummies are associated with the legends of Egypt, but archaeologists have excavated preserved human remains the world over.
A Short History of Pyramidology By Kevin Jackson
Some believe the Great Pyramid of Giza was built by the survivors of a lost civilisation, others that it was the work of visiting extra-terrestrials.
Building the Great Pyramid By Dr Ian Shaw
The recent robotic explorations of the 'air-shafts' in the Great Pyramid have demonstrated that there are still many mysteries surrounding the ancient monument.
Napoleon Bonaparte in Egypt: - The Lessons of History
One of the fascinating things about the history of Western civilization is its recurrent bouts of manic utopianism.
Seven wonders of the World - The LightHouse of Alexandria
This light house of Alexandria was one of the useful of the seven wonders of the world (for the sailors to return to the Great Harbor.
New Seven Wonders of the World for a few dollars more
We now live in an age when business people NOT having enough of selling everything they could think of to any one they could fool, to begin selling "alternative" history to the ordinary people and poor nations of the world.
Find of century' for Egyptology - Mummy of Hatshepsut
on 27th June 2007, Egyptologists say they have identified the 3,000-year-old mummy of Hatshepsut, Egypt's most famous female ruler.
What Did the Ancient Egyptian Really Believe in? By Osama El-Kadi
It makes me wonder when I hear great historians and scholars on Egyptology still believing that the whole Egyptian civilisation, monuments, temples, statues, pyramids and mummification was all about “Resurrection after Death!”
Journey to Egypt and the Past By Karen Frank
Everyone knows the feeling you get when you are certain you have done this before or have been there before.
Cheap Country Sourcing By Osama el-Kadi
I was invited to participate in a round table discussion along with senior colleagues from the largest procurement organisations in Europe.
Egyptian MPs call for film with gay character to be cut
Egyptian MPs are demanding cuts in a popular new film, claiming it defames their country with its gritty portrayal of, gay egypt, corrupt politicians, police brutality, terrorism and homosexuality, writes Brian Whitaker.
Coptic language’s last survivorsby Mona Zaki
Considered an extinct language, the Coptic language is believed to exist only in the liturgical language of the Coptic Church in Egypt.
President Hosny Mubarak of Egypt
President Mubarak, (Muhammad Hosni Mubarak)(born May 4, 1928) has been the president of Egypt since October 14, 1981.
Mubarak was appointed vice-president of the Republic of Egypt after moving up the ranks of the Egyptian Air Force. He ascended to the presidency, succeeding President Anwar Al Sadat, following Sadat's assassination on October 6, 1981.
Why Napoleon insisted on conquering Egypt
Historians aren't sure why Napoleon insisted on conquering Egypt. The ostensible aims were to wrest control of the Indian Empire from the hands of the British.
The Egyptian Story of Creation
If we consider for a moment the vast amount of thought which the Egyptian gave to the problems of the future life, and their deep-seated belief in resurrection and immortality.
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