Journey To Egypt

Nile River Tours

Nile River Tours Nile River is synonymous with Egypt. Almost the entire population of the  country is crammed onto the narrow fertile plain fringing the river. It was so during the ancient Egyptian era, when the temples and cities of the pharaohs rarely strayed far from the life- sustaining area of the Nile River’s banks. […]

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The Egyptian Museum in Cairo: Rosetta Stone

The Rosetta stone is a dark grey- pinkish originally thought to be basalt in composition, Measure 133cM long, 75cM wide, with writing on it in two languages. Egyptian and Greek, Using three scripts, Hieroglyphic, Demotic Egyptian and Greek. Because Greek was well known, the stone was the key to deciphering the Hieroglyphics. The Rosetta stone […]

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The Egyptian Museum in Cairo: Narmer Palette

The first Dynasty begins with the legendary Narmer (Menes). The Ancient Egyptians since the New kingdom recorded on their monuments the name Mena as their first King. King Narmer had his tomb at Abydos. To Narmer is attributed a slate palette of green schist, displayed at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. On both sides of the Palette, the […]

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The Egyptian Museum- King Tut Collection

A Brief history of the King Tutankhamun Collection King Tut Rooms ,one of the most exciting collection in the Egyptian museum (Museum of Cairo) and one that will certainly capture your heart, is the funerary assemblage of the Golden boy, king Tut became king in the late 18 Dynasty of Ancient Egypt. following the death […]