The temple of Merenptah Merenptah was the thirteenth son of Ramesses II, and it was he who finally followed his father toward 1213 B.C., after his father’s (too) long reign. When he took control, Egypt was no longer what it was in the time of the 18th Dynasty. It was a weakened polity, unethical, but

Fashion and cosmetics in ancient Egypt, It is not concealed from the mentality that the ancient Egyptians also cared about the life of immortality after the Rebirth in the Garden of Eternit “Ayaru “. Among those sciences in which the ancient Egyptians excelled are astronomy, types of medicine, anatomy, engineering, astrology… and other sciences. The

King Ahmose deported the Hyksos. Ahmose was seventeen at the time when his father was killed in one of the battles against the Hyksos. After his father’s death, his brother took power for only three years, and then Ahmose took over when his brother died for unknown reasons. Military campaigns during the reign of King

  Astronomy in ancient Egypt The Egyptians, about six thousand years ago, relied on the solar calculation on which the nations and peoples who came after them relied. Their year consisted of 365 days divided into 12 months of thirty days each, and the remaining five days were holidays. The Egyptians are the ones who

Mummification of the ancient Egyptians is the soul’s gateway to life after death. We were able to discover the method of mummification, and its techniques are as follows Removing the brain from the skull by suction through the nose, using the chisel and hammer to cut through the nasal wall, and then pulling the brain

Egypt Nile Cruise. Nile cruises are a traveler’s ship for enjoyable cruises, as the cruise and ship facilities are in themselves part of the tourist’s entertainment. In addition to the diversity of destinations throughout the trip on different beaches, port visits, and archaeological and entertainment places. The history of Nile cruises Traveling by sea has

The Valley of the Kings The rulers of the Eighteenth, Nineteenth, and Twentieth Dynasties of Egypt’s wealthy New Kingdom (c.1550–1069 BC) have been buried here. During a desolate dry river valley across the river from the traditional city of Thebes, hence its modern name of the Valley of the Kings this moniker is not entirely accurate. However, some

Dahshur Dahshur was the southern part of the cemetery of Memphis, the capital of ancient Egypt and it’s including Pyramids of the kings of the Old and Middle Kingdoms were erected on this hill. King Snefru chose the rocky plateau of Dahshur to establish his first pyramid to compete with the pyramid of King Djoser

Philae Temple Philae Temple includes many structures dating predominantly to the Ptolemaic Period (332–30 BC). The most prominent of these is a temple begun by Ptolemy II Philadelphus (285–246 BC), which he dedicated to Isis, the mother of Horus, the god of kingship. A scene in Mammisi, or birth room, where the birth of Horus

Abu Simbel Temple Located in Nubia near Egypt’s southern border, is among the most awe-inspiring monuments of Egypt. It was cut into the living rock by King Ramesses II (the Great) of the Nineteenth Dynasty, around 1264 BC. Abu Simbel Temple is most well known for the four imposing seated colossal statues that dominate its