The Ancient Ones …Anubis — strangebuttruehistory

Cultures: All the religions have gods or lords of the dead. The reason that I chose Anubis for this one is the fact that so many people don’t truly understand who or what he is. This is something that we need to understand for many reasons. If we look at the different religions of the […]

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Walk like an Egyptian — earthstar

It might look like a goose and be called a goose but the Egyptian Goose (Alopochen aegypticus) is not really a goose at all. It’s more closely related to the Shelduck and occasionally shares that duck’s habit of nesting in a burrow or hole in the ground, though it has also been known to build […]

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Emerald,the soothing stone — Jewel Paradise

Pliny wrote, “Nothing is more intense than the green of emerald” and “sight is refreshed and restored by gazing upon this stone” Emeralds have always held a place in mythology. It was believed that the green of Emeralds soothed the eyes, and vision was restored when gazing upon them. It is reported that Emeralds were […]

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Brought to life, 2000 years later… — Chris The Story Reading Ape’s Blog

To read this fascinating article by Andrew Trounson, University of Melbourne, and see some equally fascinating videos, click on the link or image below: Modern technology and research has restored an ancient Egyptian woman, Meritamun, creating a unique teaching tool for medicine and health science Brought to life, 2000 years later

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Tutankhamun – The most famous Egyptian pharaoh. — Journal Edge

The most famous Egyptian pharaoh today is, without doubt, Tutankhamun. However, before the spectacular discovery of his almost intact tomb in the Valley of the Kings in November 1922, Tutankhamun was only a little known figure of the late 18th Dynasty. Tutankhamun was born in 1343 BC. Tutankhamun was first known as Tutankhaten, meaning “Living […]

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