Saturday, December 22, 2007

TOur Egypt

Friday, November 23, 2007

Why was the Pharaohs Ihnton dead




Miraculous nature and overseas: Why was the Pharaohs Ihnton dead?


The Egyptians loved life, and it was important for them to continue to enjoy even after death.

The Aldvinat good part of the acceptance of death. The Egyptian-preoccupied with death, but they Samoa and time-consuming to prepare for after their death and the other world. A new scientific study showed that the ancient Egyptians were using complex mixtures of plant and animal extracts for embalming their dead.
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British researchers have conducted tests for thirteen sample of the material used by the ancient Egyptians in the embalming Momciawathm. The analysis revealed the existence of a very large components, including the types of animal fats and vegetable oils, beeswax and Glues plant.
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The researchers discovered that the materials that he created the Pharaohs Taxidermy was a mixture of cheap materials, and other precious and rare at that time, such as oil, rice and Juniper who were importing from outside Egypt.
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The analysis showed conducted on samples taken from Momciawat belong to successive eras that the Pharaohs have developed materials Taxidermy over time by adding components of the deadly germs to protect Moumyawat of decomposition.
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A study by two scholars of Chemistry, University of Bristol in Britain, in order to study the evolution of methods Taxidermy Over two thousand and three hundred years of age Pharaonic civilization
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Scientists monitoring the evolution of materials Taxidermy through the change in the components during that long period of time. He Investigators are Dr. Richard Aevrashid Dr. Stephen Buckley that vegetable oils and animal fats were the basic components of materials Taxidermy.
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The scientists believed that the ancient Egyptians were combined these oils and fats that were available and inexpensive limited quantities of other materials are scarce and expensive to prepare materials that were used in embalming the dead.
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I think that the Egyptians Moumia place is the soul and spouse and instinct. The other goal in life is to life through Ilkka or spouse because they reservation physical form of the deceased. We have therefore developed the ancient Egyptian method Taxidermy to maintain a sound body and maintains physical features to identify the spirit, because the destruction of the body may mean extinction spirit.
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The most distinguished Aldvinat restricted to kings, priests and their families and senior officials. Even those people who have not been able to get Dvinat distinct bombers to members of their families that Ejehzounam reasonable limitation of Embalming.
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The operations Taxidermy takes about seventy days, and here was cleaning the body of the deceased and to cleanse the world journey begins another. The next step is to extract Guts Interior, in order to dry up the Guts To prevent erosion was placed in Nitrite, a type of salt used in the drying desert.
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The Guts was damage to the tapes linen and then placed in pots Alcanobh. The clean formation stomach and filled in quantities other Nitrite. No tended Embalmers never deceased heart where I think the heart is the center of the entity and reason. The brain tissue and around the products were very carefully.
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The fear of making the female face during remove the brain, that this process has become very important during Taxidermy. However, the brain was difficult to maintain and therefore I believe that the ancient Egyptians were not an important part of the body. After this process, the body covering Balntron to extract moisture from it. This has allowed the body to slowly dried and kept in its outer.
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The process of drying the body takes about forty days. Here Nitrite was removed from the body, which was then wash. The body wear in hundreds of yards of linen sheets. Each finger was surrounded and then damaged unit then all of the hand or foot.
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During the process of the body wrapped packages placed Amulets and Conjurations to the body and read the calls and prayers also been written in the Scrolls. It was common for a mask or similar in Moumia between reels the head. After this process has been Moumia Balratnj compromise with the Scrolls. In the end the damage to Kevin Moumia or cloth.
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After ending process Moumia Taxidermy and become ready for burial, the rites and rituals begin. Here, the priests use a special feeling of the parts which were due to open for the other world. This was called the weather Tksh hole mouth. Facilitate tool used by the priest to open Hawass deceased (or retrieval) be able to deal with the deceased and his food speaks in the other world.
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We believe that these ancient Egyptians Tksh also launched Alba and Ilkka to move to the other world. When completed all the rituals Moumia within coffin placed in the burial chamber and closed the cemetery and ends. The former believe in the idea of Egyptian life after death. The ancient Egyptian religions say that man can not send in the afterlife only after returning the soul to the body.
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I think that the Pharaohs embalming the dead to protect his body from decomposition spirit to be able to find the body of the process of the Baath. The Pharaohs have developed methods Taxidermy over hundreds of years and they discovered that it must first remove the internal organs to protect the body from decomposition, and then addressed Glues salt and rice, oil, honey and bitumen view drying and protection of germs.
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Investigators stated in the report Nscherah scientific journal Nature that the selection of the components of materials Embalming was influenced by the cost factor and throwing fashion that prevailed. If he is wealthy former Egyptians are keen to buy precious materials Taxidermy to honor their dead as some wealthy resort today for the purchase of precious Coffins and build luxurious graves

Monday, November 12, 2007

Egypt maintains a museum of Pharaonic pig







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Begins the Egyptian Ministry of Culture to establish a museum of Pharaonic pig Kum Ambo area south of Egypt. The museum, which is the first of its kind to include ten Momciawat pig freezer graves found in archaeological cities south and the large number of stone statues of the pig, which was Egypt's Pharaonic temples decorate sizes and different forms.
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Hall and includes museum tells the history of the ancient Egyptians canonization of Temsah, who was called the machine "Subic" and copies of the fees that campaign walls of temples and narrates the relationship kings Pharaohs this machine. He said Sabri Abdel Aziz, President of the Egyptian antiquities museum, the ministry's area will be 900 square meters along the Kum Ambo pharaonic temple which allows visitors to visit the temple at the end of round
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It is scheduled to be implemented at the museum according to the latest techniques Altvi supply of cold lighting and glass boxes introduced to ensure the safety of goods, and the scheme completed in 8 months, to be inaugurated end of this year in a ceremony attended by interested on Ancient Egypt and informed Egyptologist. It is noteworthy that the ancient Egyptian worship Alligator because it was believed that the spirit of god force had calmed the animal, which lived along the old River Nile

Saturday, October 6, 2007

lsmailia Governorate



Tonight conclusion Ismailia International Film Festival for Documentary filmsViolence, oppression and the search for freedom .. most important feature films session atheist ten
The port of Nuweiba preparing for the return of 15 thousand MaatmerThe port of Nuweiba preparing for the return of 15 thousand Maatmer and deaths 4Maatmarin and six thousand JD compensation to the families
25 million pounds for infrastructure works erected in Abu KhalifaMajor General Abdul Jalil Isma'ili governor announced that Isma'ili adoption of 25 million pounds to start implementation of infrastructure of the industrial area.
Sunday, October 7 holiday Stock Exchange and banks ( 3 / October / 2007 )7th of the October holiday Egyptian Case and banks



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Friday, June 1, 2007

Qalubiya Governorate


Location:
Qalubiya Governorate is located in the Nile east region near the head of the Delta.It is barred from the south by both Cairo and Giza governorates , From the north by Dakahlia and Gharbia governorates , from the east by El-Sharkia governorate and from the west by El-Monofia governorate.Regarding the special location of governorate it is considered the meeting point of the main transport lines between the northern governorates
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Population
The governorate population is calculated on 1/1/2000 by about ( 3586385) with about 1852119 males and 1734267 females.The urban citizens are estimated as 1456626 and the rural citizen are estimated as 2129759 citizens
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The administrative distribution
The Qalubiya governorate consists of 7 local units for provinces and towns and two towns , two districts , 46 rural local units , 195 affiliated and 901 fiefs and small villages
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The governorate area:
The total area of the governorate is estimated as 1001.09 km2. The cultivated area is about 192952 fedins which are 810 km which equals 81% of total area.
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The national feast of the governorate
The governorate celebrate annually the national feast on the thirtieth of August which was the same date opening El- Kanater El- Khairia in 1868 which is one of the advantages of the governorate as tourists and visitors from the whole Republic come to watch the beautiful natural scenery , the parks and orchards which occupy about 500 feeding of the city.
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The most important things which the governorate is famous for
The governorate is famous for its agriculture production from crops, fruit and vegetables. The most important crops , are maize , cotton , wheat , citrus , banana , apricot and kinds of vegetables. Moreover, the governorate has the biggest industrial complex in Shoubra EL- Kheima where there a lot of factories for instance , spinning factories , Electrical cables factories , plastic , cars and oil refinery factories plus food industries and packing and metallurgical industries. Besides , the industrial region in Abo Zaabel city which famous for fertilizers and chemical industries , etc… And the governorate is constructing an integral industrial region in El-Khanka city.
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Tuesday, May 8, 2007

matrouh


Matrouh is the largest governorate in Egypt . IT is located in the north. West along 450 km . up to the Libyan borders . IT is stretched For 400 km in the depth of the desert in the south . the area of Matrouh is 166563 km2 while its population is 278048 people
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Location
Matrouh governorate is located in the north. west of Egypt stretched From [the 61 km] in the west of Alexandria up to the Egyptian- Libyan borders [salloum ]. IT stretched For 450 km along the Mediterranean sea and 400 km in the depth of the desert in the south of siwa Qasi . Alexandria and EL-Behira are adiacent to Matrouh to the east and the new valley and Giza to the south
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Area
The are of Matrouh is 166563 km2 “20% “of The total area of Egypt .
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Populated Area
Populated area includes dwelling area , remote houses , utilities , graveyards , ponds , wasteland , and cultivated land.
Matrouh governorate can be geographically divided into Five sectors

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1- Coastal sector
It is a plain patalleled to the Mediterranean sea Coast . Its area is 25-60 km consisted of deposits which were born by heauy rain
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2- Libyan Hill
It adjoins the plain in the south . It is considered a high surface stretched to sedra Guif in the west at Tripoli in libya .
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3- Qattarah Depression
It begins Fram the south of El- Alamein at distance 31km . It isagreat depression in which government studies the ability of generating electricity by digging a canal that links the Medi terranean sea water to the depression, but this project hasn't Finished yet be cause of minefields which hinder a lot of development projects in Matrauh
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4- Oases Area
It adjoins Siwa oasis which is located under the sea level about 17 m . It contains a lot of water springs which are enough to local Consumption and provide thousands of Feddans with water . Siwa is located in the south – west of Matrouh and at 300 km in the south of Marsa Matrouh.
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5- Moving Sand Area
It begins From the South – west of Matrouh ond it is Sometimes Called the Great Sandsea . thesoil of this area is very soft sand,heavy and stretched For thousands of kilometers.
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Tuesday, May 1, 2007

Amun


Amun, King of Gods, appeared during the Old Kingdom as a member of the eight cosmic gods of Hermopolis. Early on, Amun was a minor god of the city of Thebes, where he eventually flourished and gained prominence through the political rise of that city.
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By the Middle Kingdom, Amun became the one and only supreme deity in Egypt, and the lord of the Karnak Temples. Together with his wife, Mut, and their son, Khonsu, the moon god, the three formed the Theban Triad, a sort of heavenly family for their people. Each year a festival would be held celebrating the marriage of Amun and Mut.

Monday, April 23, 2007

Suez Canal


The Suez Canal is considered to be the shortest link between the east and the west due to its unique geographic location; it is an important international navigation canal linking between the Mediterranean sea at Port said and the red sea at Suez. The idea of linking the Mediterranean sea with the red sea by a canal dates back to 40 centuries as it was pointed out through history starting by the pharaohs era passing by the Islamic era until it was dredged reaching its current condition today.
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It is considered to be the first artificial canal to be used in Travel and Trade. The Whole Idea of establishing a canal linking between the red sea and the Mediterranean dates back to the oldest times, as Egypt dredged the firs artificial canal on the planet’s surface. The pharaohs dredged a canal link in between river Nile and the red sea. This canal ran a while and then stopped until Muslims conquered Egypt under the leader ship of Amr-Ebn-El-Aas complying with the orders of Omar Ebn El Khattab. When the Portuguese discovered Ras El Raga El Saleh at the beginning of the 16th century the world trade movement changed making Egypt and Alexandria not considered the heart of it anymore.
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After that it was Francis Delicips the one with the idea of re-dredging the Canal in (25 April, 1859) and was formally opened during the ruling of El Khedive Ismael (17 November, 1869) in a major celebration which was attended by most of Europe’s kings and Princes and the license period was 99 years from the date of opening of the canal and then it becomes after that a property of the Egyptian Government, and the French owned most of its stock.
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After July 1952 Revolution, president Gamal Abd El Naser publicized the canal in announcement in (26 July, 1956) making the management of the canal a 100% Egyptian, which enraged the major countries leading to the Triad assault on Egypt in (29 October, 1956) which caused to the closing of the canal and it was reopened in (march 1957) and after that it was closed again ( 1976) due to the ships laying in the bottom of the canal and was not reopened again until (June 1975).
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The dredging of the canal took almost 10 years using Egyptian labor, and it was opened for navigation for the first time in 17 November, 1869. Its depth was about 8 meters, its water are was 304 m2 and the largest ship load that can pass through was 5000 tons, which was typical for ships sizes in these days. As the ships developed and increased its sizes, the canal needed to be developed, which happened when it was still a foreign joint venture before being publicized to take ships with depth of 35 feet and its water area to be 1100 m2 by the end of 1956 and when the canal was publicized by the Egyptian government on the 26th of July, 1956. The Egyptian administration was keen to develop the
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In May 1962, the water area of the canal was to reach 1800 m2 and the allowed depth to 38 feet. In June 1966, a development was to be executed on 2 stages as it was announced the depth would reach 48 and 58 feet consecutively. This program was started in February 1962, but was soon halted due to the war that erupted on the 5th of June, 1967. It was reopened for international; navigation in June 1975 after purifying it from the ships that sank in its bottom during in the 1962 and 1973 wars with the same water area and depth before it was closed. The development projects then started by the Egyptian administration in order to receive ships of a 210,000 tons load, specially after increasing the water are to 4800 m2 and a depth of 62 feet , with a length of 190.25 km, in addition to the redesign of the canal's turns so that each one has a half radius of at least 5000 m and also dredging a new verge starting from the 17th km south of port said heading directly to the Mediterranean east of port Fouad to allow the loaded ships going north to go to the sea without passing through port said port. The Suez canal is distinguished by its stable level of water which varies very slightly having the highs tide reaching 50 cm in the north while reaching up to 2 m in the south.
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Vice Admiral/Ahmed Fadel has assured head of the Suez Canal port authority, the depth will reach 66 feet by 2006 pointing out that this stage will enable all container vessels; about 17,000 container vessels; as well as taking all bulk vessels world wide. His Excellency also pointed that the Canal will be able to take in about 99 % of all methods used in world maritime transport after reaching a depth of 72 feet in 2012, as well as taking about 99% of he dead weight tons for the bulk vessels 82% of the petroleum tanks and a 100% of all the remaining types of ships used in maritime transport; specially container vessels with all its future generations; in addition to empty vessels reaching up to 560 thousand tons.
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Saturday, April 14, 2007

Head of Queen Hatshepsut

Queen Hatshepsut is the most famous female ruler of ancient Egypt. This head, which is one of the masterpieces of Eighteenth Dynasty sculpture, is part of a statue that once represented the queen in the shape of the god Osiris
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The head, made out of painted limestone, bears all her distinctive feminine features: the gently curved eyebrows, the wide eyes extended by cosmetic lines, the delicate aquiline nose, the full cheeks, and the gracious mouth.
Dimensions: Height 61 cm Width 55 cm

Friday, April 13, 2007

Statue of Apis Bull

The gigantic statue of the god Serapis is sculpted in basalt, a dark gray or black dense rock. The statue represents Serapis in the form of a strong bull with a solar disk and uraeus, or royal cobra, between his horns
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The inscription originally placed on the pillar that supports the body of the bull indicates that the statue was set up around AD 130 in the time of the Roman Emperor Hadrian
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Serapis was a new god derived from the god Osir-Apis to unite the Greek and Egyptian population of Alexandria.
Dimensions: Height 180 cm

Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Luxor


River Nile split Luxor into sides. East side where you find Karnak and Luxor temples, it is calledthe living city during the ancient times.West side because Sun Set in the West is called the city of the death. That is why you will find all the Tombs and the funural temples located in the Western Bank of Luxor
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The frist temple you will see is the funural temple of Amonphes the third father of king Aknaten. His temple is used as a quary to rebuild other temples that is why you will find some ruins and the two big statues which is called now Memnoun. Every one of them is one sinbgle peace of stone which weaght nine hundred tones. Represting the king looking for the Sun rise every dayon his face
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In the West side you will visit the Valley of the kings where we have discovered 62 tombs. The most famous one is king Tut Ank Amoun. It was found in 1922 by an English Egyptologist. Also the Valley of Queens in that side where 75 Tombs have been discovered. Most famous Tomb is Queen Nefertary wife of Ramsess second. The tombs of the Nobles between the kings and Queens where more than four hundred Tombs have been discovered. They are very beautiful colors
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In the Western side you can visit too the temple of Ramses third which called Medaint Habu. It is one of the most beautiful funural temples where you will find the colors still on the walls as if the Artist finished it yeasterday.You can see Ramses second too where you find beautiful statues of the king in difrent stones.Seti Frist temple also worth a visit too
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Tomb of Queen Thiti Thiti was the wife of one of the numerous Ramses of the XX Dynasty, maybe Ramses IV. Her tomb, abandoned and reduced to a donkey stable, is well preserved and features an interesting embossed decoration on limestone highlighted by a light pink shade
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Tomb of Amon-her-KhopechefBefore Amon-her-Khopechef, son of Ramses III, this tomb was built to house the mortal remains of another prince, son of the same Pharaoh. Simply structured - a stairway that leads to a square room and a corridor that leads to the room of the sarcophaghi - the tomb is characterized by a brightly coloured decoration. An unusual sepulchre is the dominant colour in the whole sepulchre
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