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Ancient Egyptians first to use toothbrush and toothpaste!

   Ancient Egyptians first to use toothbrush and toothpaste…Year 5000 BC ! The ancient Egyptians tried to take care of themselves. They were the first to use a toothbrush and toothpaste (made from eggshells and bull hooves) to clean their teeth as a regular ritual. The oldest recipe for toothpaste in the world was found […]

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The Egyptian Calendar.

September 11-2018 marks the beginning of a new Egyptian year! in September 11 of 2018, Egyptians welcome a new Egyptian year, which is the 6260th Pharaonic year. The Pharaonic calender was calculated in 4241 B.C. by the ancient Egyptians and is the oldest calendar in the world. Desiree Edwards-Rees has mentioned in his book, “The House of […]

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Women’s rights in Kemet – Ancient Egypt

       Pharaonic Passport voucher tells women’s rights in ancient Egypt  A 2480-year-old Pharaonic document, written in Demotic, revealed the rights of the old Egyptian woman and wife, who seem to have enjoyed the same legal rights as men, according to the document currently being presented at Institute of Oriental Studies at the American […]

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Correcting misconceptions in Ancient Egyptian history.

Word hieroglyphics Language…… is a common error The launch of the word (hieroglyphics Language ) is a common mistake and is not a language is a kind of ancient Egyptian writings… Hieroglyphics. Is the Greek naming of ancient Egyptian scriptures that were inscribed on the walls of tombs and temples It is a word that the […]

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Egypt Travel Tips.

In view of substantial cultural differences and language barriers, Egypt may be a difficult place to attempt to navigate on one’s own without prior experience and familiarity.  Although the internet has facilitated one’s ability to obtain information, a first-time trip to Egypt may be better organized through a private guide and/or a travel agent located […]

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Sun alignment Phenomenon – Abu Simbel Temple

Sun alignment Phenomenon – Abu Simbel Temple! The event sun passes over the statue of Ramses were taking place on 21 October and February 21 before 1964 and after the transfer of the Temple of Abu Simbel from its old to its current location within the project to save the monuments of Nubia has become […]

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Ancient Egyptian Zodiac!

Ancient Egyptian Zodiacs! Bastet Bastet (16 Jan – 15 Feb) She represents joy, dance, music and holidays, as well as her non-gentleness qualities such as anger and predation. With the historical development, it has been coupled in the late ages with the ravenous and predatory gods Stolen Selket (16 Feb – 15 Mar) Is the […]

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