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Ancient Egypt
    Explore the British Museum's resources on Egyptian history, life, geography, religion, and customs.

Ancient Egypt and Archaeology Web Site
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Gods and Goddesses - Ancient Egypt
    The ancient Egyptians believed in many different gods and goddesses. Each one with their own role to play in maintaining peace and harmony across the land. Some gods and goddesses took part in creation, some brought the flood every year, some offered protection, and …

Ancient Egypt Online
    Welcome to Ancient Egypt Online; a site dedicated to the culture, language, religion and history of ancient Egypt. The ancient Egyptians did not call their home “Egypt” (that name is based on the Greek pronunciation of the name of Ptah’s temple in Memphis – “Hwt-ka-Ptah”), instead they referred to it as Kemet (or Kem – the black land) or Ta Mery (the beautiful land).

The Ancient Egypt Site
    The Ancient Egypt Site is the online reference guide that brings the wonders of Ancient Egypt to your fingertips.. You can browse through more than 3000 years of pharaonic history using the Timeline, learn more about the language of the Ancient Egyptians and explore their monuments, simply by clicking through to your favourite topic. The alphabetically sorted Visual Index and Who Is Who ...

Aswan - Ancient Egypt and Archaeology Web Site
    Aswan is Egypt's southern most City and has a population of 150,000. In Ancient Egypt it was a frontier town just above the 1st Cataract between Egypt and Nubia. It has a fine museum, Nubian Museum,which opened in 1998 and is partially sponsored by UNESCO.

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    All the latest breaking news on Ancient Egypt. Browse The Independent’s complete collection of articles and commentary on Ancient Egypt.

ancient Egypt Civilization, Geography, & History ...
    Egypt, ancientA discussion of some of the most important sites associated with ancient Egypt.Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.See all videos for this article In urban and elite contexts, the Egyptian ideal was the nuclear family, but, on the land and even within the central ruling group, there is ...

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