Pages tagged with Egyptian

The Children of Israel rejoice and praise the Lord their God wh has saved them from the Egyptians.
I have always been interested in Egyptology. My dream is to one day visit Egypt. I would love to see the pyramids. I don't know if I would actually go inside one of them as I hear they are off limits for tourists, but I still would love to see them.
This is not an easy page to comprehend nor was it simple to write yet here I am delineating the the corresponding earth epochs and the periods of man from ancient Indian, Persian, Egyptian and Chaldean, Greco-Latin to now...and the corresponding spiritual forces reflecting....read on....
Two answers not lost to the ages: The Origin of the Pyramids and the Eye of Providence
A trip to Cairo by air from Cyprus was taken by myself and a friend. Read how we got on.
While history has favored the names King Tut, Ramses II, and Cleopatra above others, one name stands apart from all the rest as a ruler who not only affected the course of the Egyptian Empire as no ruler had before, but most likely altered the course of human history. That name is Ak...
Though far less renowned than the famous Rosetta Stone, the Palermo Stone is no less significant, and in fact, reveals far more than its more celebrated stone cousin.
Ramses II (reign 1279 BCE to 1213 BCE), also known as Ramesses the Great, was the eldest son of the great Egyptian pharaoh Seti I by his chief queen Tuya. The third Egyptian pharaoh of the Nineteenth dynasty, he is often regarded as Egypt's greatest, most celebrated, and the most pow...
Egypt has discovered their rights and their voices
According to ancient Egyptian beliefs, after death every Egyptian faced the ultimate judgment during which his or her heart was put on one side of a scale while a feather symbolizing the principle of Ma’at (truth, balance, and order) was placed on the other. One’s heart had to be...
To enjoy the lapping of the waves and get to know your dream country? Why wait?
if you've seen a Hollywood version of Cleopatra or watched a NatGeo Special on ancient Egypt, then you're aware that Egyptians wore makeup--and plenty of it. But you may not be aware of recent discoveries that show that there was much more to wearing makeup than just wanting a prett...
This article looks at the archaeological search for the lost land of Irem.
This is an article about ancient Egyptian weaving.
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