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The end of Caesar

The end of Caesar

Caesar, (Roman period 30 BC-642 AD) also stayed in Egypt after taking control of it and Cleopatra ordered a large boat to be filled with Egypt's finest accessories. This boat was to travel along the Nile and call at many…

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King Seqenenre

King Seqenenre

  CT scans of mummy of King Seqenenre-Taa-II revealed the circumstances of his death King Seqenenre-Taa-II was killed while fighting Egypt’s invaders and his embalmers had skillfully concealed some head wounds Modern medical technology revealed the story behind the death…

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Queen Hatshepsut

Queen Hatshepsut

Hatshepsut is also known as Maatkare (1479-1457 B.C). She was the fifth ruler of the 18th Dynasty; she was the daughter of Thutmose I and Queen Ahmose Nefertari. Her brother was Thutmose II, who had a son Thutmose III, by…

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Cleopatra VII last queen of Egypt

Cleopatra VII last queen of Egypt

Cleopatra's father was known as Ptolemy XII, he died in the spring of 51B.C. His will stated that Cleopatra, who was 18 at the time, would marry her brother Ptolemy XIII. Ptolemy XIII was only ten years old at that…

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The King Tutankhamun

The King Tutankhamun

Tutankhamun The mystery of this life still eludes us – the shadows move but the dark is never quite dispersed. Said, Haward Carter The boy-king Tutankhamun remains an enigmatic figure. To judge from his mummy, he died as young as…

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Valley of the kings

Valley of the kings

Valley of the Kings or Valley of the Gates (KV means kings valley), in the ancient times, called (the great field) It locates on the west side of Luxor and has two valleys, the east one where most of the…

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Colossi of Memnon

Colossi of Memnon

the colossi of MemnonThe first monument that one sees on a visit to the west bank of Luxor is the site of the funerary temple of Amunhotep 3rd. the temple itself has all but completely disappeared, but the colossal twin…

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The Temples of Abu Simbel

The Temples of Abu Simbel

The temples of Abu Simbel are considered among the most celebrated achievements of the ancient Egyptians. The two temples were cut in the cliffs about 350 K.M south of Aswan. The temples were excavated by Belzoni in 1917 when the…

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The World Saves Abou Simbel Temples

The World Saves Abou Simbel Temples

The rising water threatened the ancient monuments in Nubia. It threatened the two temples of Abou Simbel, if the water continued to rise. These temples lived for thousands of years and they tell the story of a great Pharaoh, so…

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The Egyptian papyrus

The Egyptian papyrus

Modern paper is a direct descendant of ancient Egyptian papyrus. This legacy of ancient Egypt to humanity cannot be overestimated. Egyptian papyrus was made from the pith of cyperus papyrus, which grew abundantly in the delta marshes. Stems were cut…

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The greatest open air museum Luxor

The greatest open air museum Luxor

 Luxor has often been called the world's greatest open-air museum, and indeed it is and more. The number and preservation of the monuments in the Luxor area are unparalleled anywhere else in the world that known of. Actually, what most…

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Sakkara (Saqqara)

Sakkara (Saqqara)

Leaving Memphis, and traveling westward over an excellent road for four kilometers, and ascending the sandy plateau, we come to the vast graveyard, the greatest Necropolis of Sakkara in which the Memphite Pharaohs and inhabitants of their capital city were…

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Memphis

Memphis

Let us turn our steps to one of the most famous capitals of the ancient world, the first historical capital of united Egypt, Memphis which dates back to 3200 B.C.; to visit the earliest monuments of civilized man.The trip is…

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Khan El Khalili Cairo Islamic area

Khan El Khalili Cairo Islamic area

However short the stay may be, the tourist to Cairo should always find time to spare for visiting the unique shops of Khan El Khalili Bazaars.Khan El Khalili was first designed for jewelers and dealers in ornate clothing as well…

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Joseph's Well

Joseph's Well

It is situated within the Citadel, but it is far older than the Citadel itself and is probably the work of Ancient Egyptians, although it takes its name from the Joseph of the Bible, but from Salah el-Din Youssef Ibn…

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