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The stories that made the Ancient Egypt headlines over the fourth week of November. Restoring Karnak The Tanis Collection Great Turnout for Free Entry on Nov 23 A New Look at Mummification Hathor in Spain Golden Tongues New UK Tutankhamun Stamps Sources: internet, various These news stories are taken from various public internet sources including: …
 
The stories that made the Ancient Egypt headlines over the third week of November. Egypt Post Releases Tutankhamun Stamps Climate Change and Heritage Video of "Mysterious Lady" Mummy Temple Remains at el-Fara'in GEM Limited Opening Ancient Tomb Oriented to Winter Solstice Sources: internet, various These news stories are taken from various public i…
 
The stories that made the Ancient Egypt headlines over the second week of November. Blogger Strips at Sphinx Microbes in Mummified Animals Deir el-Medina Tattoos Bathouse at Berenike Sources: internet, various These news stories are taken from various public internet sources including: http://english.ahram.org.eg/Portal/9/Heritage.aspx https://egyp…
 
The stories that made the Ancient Egypt headlines over the first week of November. Taposiris Magna Tunnel Discovered 100 Years of Tutankhamun Sphinx Airport Takes Off Some stories have been edited. Sources: internet, various These news stories are taken from various public internet sources including: http://english.ahram.org.eg/Portal/9/Heritage.as…
 
The stories that made the Ancient Egypt headlines over the fourth week of October. Nuweiba Port Seize Artefacts Water Week Sohag University Theft 12 on Trial for Smuggling NMEC Goes Virtual Some stories have been edited. Sources: internet, various These news stories are taken from various public internet sources including: http://english.ahram.org.…
 
The stories that made the Ancient Egypt headlines over the third week of October. Memory of Egypt Magazine Zahi Hawass Petition Sphinx Airport Opening Harold Jones and Tutankhamun Sunrise at Abu Simbel Some stories have been edited. Sources: internet, various These news stories are taken from various public internet sources including: http://englis…
 
The stories that made the Ancient Egypt headlines over the second week of October. Zahi looking for Imhotep, Nefertiti and RamesesII British Museum Exhibition 400,000 years of Life on the Nile Solar Carts in Luxor Arab Scholars deciphered hieroglyphs Ptah em Wia Some stories have been edited. Sources: internet, various These news stories are taken …
 
The stories that made the Ancient Egypt headlines over the first week of October. Rosetta Stone Tourism Ambassadors Programme New Discovery in Sohag Police Seize 54 Stolen Artefacts Christies Antiques Auction Lost Golden City Wins Award 100 Years Tutankhamun, Wonderful Things The Falcon Shrine Some stories have been edited. Sources: internet, vario…
 
The stories that made the Ancient Egypt headlines over the last days of September. World Tourism Day Reeves and KV62 New displays in Egyptian Museum Statue returned from Switzerland NMEC 200 Years of Continous Science campign GEM Venture Lifestyle and the Egyptian Museum Wooden coffin cover returned from US Some stories have been edited. Sources: i…
 
The stories that made the Ancient Egypt headlines over the fourth week of September. Le Grand Temple d'Abou Simbel Beni Hassan NMEC Tales and Secrets Burial cave found in Israel Tomb of Ptahemwia 200 years of Egyptology September museum artefacts Digital tickets in Alexandria Esna restoration Some stories have been edited. Sources: internet, variou…
 
The stories that made the Ancient Egypt headlines over the third week of September. Artefacts recovered from Belgium Giza area upgrades Illegal digging in Mit Rahina Mark Lehner's new season at Giza Some stories have been edited. Sources: internet, various Music: "Vadodora Chill Mix" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons: B…
 
The stories that made the Ancient Egypt headlines over the second week of September. Antiquities protection law Second Khufu solar boat 16 artefacts to be repatriated King Khufu centre Saqqara excavation season resumes Some stories have been edited. Sources: internet, various Music: "Vadodora Chill Mix" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under…
 
The stories that made the Ancient Egypt headlines over the first week of September. Egyptian art inspires creativity Alexandria National Museum Ancient landscape of the Giza plateau Restoration of Khufu solar boat Celebrating 200 years of Egyptology German museums named in antiquities smuggling Some stories have been edited. Sources: internet, vari…
 
This episode we discuss the second month of the season of Axt, month of the inundation of the Nile, month of mnxt – cloth. The month of mnxt is most famous for the festival of Opet, which was recently recreated in modern Egypt by the tourism authority to reopen the newly renovated avenue of the Sphinxes between the temples of Amun-Ra and Mut in Lux…
 
In this episode of Ancient Egyptian Literature, we are delving into the Battle of Kadesh, a monumental military action between Rameses the Great and the Hittites. Two versions of this story appear in ancient Egypt. The first, the official report, also called the bulletin, with seven copies found, and the second, dubbed the Poem of pntAwrt, with 8 c…
 
This episode we discuss the First month of the season Axt, month of txy This month is patron to the nTr deity DHwty – Thoth, God of wisdom and writing. major festivals of the month are wpt rnpt the opening of the year, mss ra …Kirjoittanut Patrick A McCoy
 
This episode we discuss the First month of the season Axt, month of txy. This month is patron to the nTr deity DHwty – Thoth, God of wisdom and writing. major festivals of the month are wpt rnpt the opening of the year, mss ra Hr Axty – the birth of Ra-Horakhty, the sd Hr bHdty – the pharaonic festival of Horus of Edfu, wAg Hr DHwty – the Wag and T…
 
This episode we provide a recitation of the Book of Knowing the Creations of Ra, creation myth of the great Ennead of Heliopolis. After the recitation, we will provide an in-depth discussion on the themes and language of the creation myth. Transcript Loading… Taking too long? Reload document | Open in new tab References Faulkner, R. O. (1937). The …
 
This episode we provide a recitation of the Book of Knowing the Creations of Ra, creation myth of the great Ennead of Heliopolis. Books Documents Faulkner, R. O. (1937). The Bremner-Rhind Papyrus: III: D. The Book of Overthrowing ‘Apep. The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, 23(2), 166. https://wp.me/p9bjGZ-7f Gordon, A. A., & Gordon, A. H. (1996). T…
 
book summary and review of the priests of ancient Egypt by serge Sauneron. Magazines and periodicals have the February 2008 issue of national geographic with the black pharaohs, conquerors of ancient Egypt by Robert draper, research on the web has baking ancient Egyptian bread, geography of the durum wheat crop, and bread made using 4,500-year-old …
 
book summary and review of the priests of ancient Egypt by serge Sauneron. Magazines and periodicals have the February 2008 issue of national geographic with the black pharaohs, conquerors of ancient Egypt by Robert draper, research on the web has baking ancient Egyptian bread, geography of the durum wheat crop, and bread made using 4,500-year-old …
 
Join me as we explore the nswtw – Papyrus sedge rulers of Lower Egypt, and bityaw – or bee rulers of Upper Egypt, approximately 8000 years ago, and learn of the Egypt of the Predynastic Pharaohs. Loading… Taking too long? Reload document | Open in new tabKirjoittanut Patrick A McCoy
 
Join me as we explore the Naswtw – Papyrus sedge rulers of Upper Egypt, and Bityaw – or bee rulers of Lower Egypt, approximately 8000 years ago, and learn of the Egypt of the Predynastic Pharaohs. Books https://ws-na.amazon-adsystem.com/widgets/q?ServiceVersion=20070822&OneJS=1&Operation=GetAdHtml&MarketPlace=US&source=ac&ref=qf_sp_asin_til&ad_type…
 
Episode 4 – book summary and review of of Food Fit for Pharaohs: An Ancient Egyptian Cookbook. The may/June 2020 issue of Archaeology has the discovery of a leopard painting, a genome study of ibis mummies, ceremonial and magic weapons, and site preservation of Deir el-ballas by the archaeology institute of America. A special issue of Archaeology, …
 
Episode 4 – book summary and review of of Food Fit for Pharaohs: An Ancient Egyptian Cookbook. The may/June 2020 issue of Archaeology has the discovery of a leopard painting, a genome study of ibis mummies, ceremonial and magic weapons, and site preservation of Deir el-ballas by the archaeology institute of America. A special issue of Archaeology, …
 
The tale of the Eloquent peasant is a story from the Middle Kingdom of ancient Egypt but set in the era about a hundred years before, in what is called today as the First Intermediate Period. It is a tale of truth, justice, balance, and righteousness, what the ancient Egyptians called Ma'at. There are many culturally significant facets to this stor…
 
The tale of the Eloquent peasant is a story from the Middle Kingdom of ancient Egypt but set in the era about a hundred years before, in what is called today as the First Intermediate Period. It is a tale of truth, justice, balance, and righteousness, what the ancient Egyptians called Ma’at.
 
Book Summary and Review: Ancient Egyptian Medicine by John F. Nunn. Research on the web: American Research Center in Egypt ARCE’s E-Newsletter, ASOR The American Schools of Oriental Research, A 20-sided die of Ptolemaic origin, the Theban Mapping Project TMP. Electronic Documents: The Bremner-Rhind Papyrus—II By R. O. Faulkner Part D. The Book of O…
 
Book Summary and Review: Ancient Egyptian Medicine by John F. Nunn. Research on the web: American Research Center in Egypt ARCE’s E-Newsletter, ASOR The American Schools of Oriental Research, A 20-sided die of Ptolemaic origin, the Theban Mapping Project TMP. Electronic Documents: The Bremner-Rhind Papyrus—II By R. O. Faulkner Part D. The Book of O…
 
A discussion of the ancient Egyptian calendar entries for the Days above the year, the five days that were added by Thoth, god of wisdom to provide time above the year for the birth of the five children of the sky goddess Nwat – Nut, and earth god Gabab – Geb.
 
Book Review: Ancient Egyptian Literature vol. II: The New Kingdom. Research on the Web: AERA – Ancient Egypt Research Associates, Inc. Electronic Document: An Ancient Egyptian Hunting Ritual by Eberhard Otto. The Par Madja't of Kamat is located at https://reconstructingancientegypt.org/houseofbooks/Kirjoittanut Patrick A McCoy
 
Book Review: Ancient Egyptian Literature vol. II: The New Kingdom. Research on the Web: AERA – Ancient Egypt Research Associates, Inc. Electronic Document: An Ancient Egyptian Hunting Ritual by Eberhard Otto. The Par Madja’t of Kamat is located at https://reconstructingancientegypt.org/houseofbooks/
 
In the introduction to the ancient Egyptian calendar you discover the several calendars utilized by the ancient Egyptians and what celestial or seasonal events synchronize them. Topics covered include the lunar, solar, celestial and regnal calendars, as well as the so-called horoscope calendar of lucky and unlucky days. Find the calendar online at …
 
This episode reviews the book Fighting Pharaohs: Weapons and Warfare in Ancient Egypt, the journal article Notes on the Opening of the Mouth by T. J. C. Baly, and Research on the Web Giza Digital Library: The Giza Mastabas Series. Find the journal article in full at the Par Madja’t – House of books at https://www.reconstructingancientegypt.org/hous…
 
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