The Kings of Egypt were not called Pharaohs by the ancientEgyptians. This word was used by the Greeks and Hebrews, and todayis commonly used for the ancient Kings of Egypt. We really do notknow how many kings ruled in Egypt, for at times in its ancientpast the country was split up, and there were at...
Maybe you noticed that when you put this question up the section it went to was Egypt?
Life in modern Egypt is both modern and traditional. In the bigcities, such as Cairo, you will see people wearing jeans andsneakers as well as more traditional dress. Clothing in Egypt isgenerally conservative because followers of Islam obey rules thatrequire shoulders and knees of all people to be...
The pyramids were lavish tombs for their deceased pharaohs. Theywanted to be sure that their kings were traveling safely to theafterlife.
The land of the dead was located in northern egypt.
well there is senet: a commonly played game with sticks for dice mehen: a game with a spiral pattern, and some lion shaped pieces
Giza is right on the border of Cairo - it practically is in Cairo,right o the southern end of the Nile Delta on the Western shore.And the river no longer runs next to Giza as it did in ancienttimes. But it is not far from the Nile's shore to the Giza plateau.Definitely within walking distance.
The Nile River Valley i believe is very good for farming because it has great fertile soil. 99% of the population in Egypt lives there
The Third Army is the one that was surrounded in the Sinai by the Israelis in September, 1973, during the "Yom Kippur" War. According to journalist Robert Fisk, tt was also the army ordered by Hosni Mubarak to crush the demonstrations in Cairo's Tahrir Square in January, 2011. The commanders given...
As vampires are mythical creatures and purely fictional they can be found anywhere the author decides to put them.
You need a visa level of 3 to buy a home in Egypt.
Egypt has an international trading economy, with the major exportsbeing oil, cotton, and metal goods.
Yes, there are millions of telephones and cell phones in Egypt.
The main meals are Koftal ,Mombarl Mahshy , Kishk , Biram Ruz
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"idk yo peeps awsome though" Was a stupid answer. The real answer is this: Egypt impacts us today a lot in the modern day. Egypt is located in Asia. NO DURR
They were the Traders, Artisans, Shopkeepers, and Scribes
the Sahara desert on the outskirts
This question cannot be answered accurately because of the fluctuation in water levels throughout the year , but I believe between a lot , and a much larger amount.
Egypt and Kush united in to one kingdom.
The site for the city of Alexandria was selected by Alexander the Great in 331 BC. However, he died before the work began.
Throughout history, civilization in Egypt has been concentratedaround the fertile Nile river. The earliest settlements alongsidethe nile river began during the stone age period and the populationof Egypt is still concentrated alongside the Nile river and theNile river delta.
Their pyramids and tombs are similar. They had similar religious beliefs and gods. They spoke the same Latin language. Their art and architecture were much the same.
The Mediterranean and Red Seas. Additionally, the border between Egypt and Israel and Egypt and Gaza is a border fence, so that's visible, but it's not geographic.
make up in Egypt were made out of mud, clay and dirt
Tabiiki MÄ±sÄ±r'da bulunan bir tÃ¼rk konsolosluÄuna baÅvuracaksÄ±n.
The Pharaohs who have ruled over, the rich history, and the hotdeserts. Egypt is famous for the pyramids and the Nile.
The Sahara the western and 1 other but I do not know!
As of February 2013, Egypt's ruler is Mohammed Morsi and he was elected to office on June 24, 2012. This means he has been in power for about seven months.
because the king needed to be safe with all his precious things.
According to USA Today, the following attractions are listed as the top ten tourist attractions in the state of New Mexico: Carlsbad Caverns White Sands National Monument .
Sandia Peak Tramway .
International UFO Museum .
Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument .
Billy the Kid Museum ....
They put King Khufu in The Great Pyramid of Giza, but most were just oversized tombs.
....because their annual rainfall is extremely little. Hardly rains there at all.
Tenerife is an island in the Canary Islands. The Canary Islands arelocated off the coast of Africa, but they are owned by Spain andthus a part of Europe.
Nefertiti's bust was a famous artifact from Egypt, but I think that Tutankhamen's death mask was the most famous. His tomb was found by Howard Carter, in the 1900s. He had found jars and pots with his name on them and was interested on finding his tomb. Ginger, a ancient mummy was found in a hole,...
the dam has plenty fresh drinking water and fish also it keeps water in to reduce floods and it lets go of the water if there is a drought
Tourists and agriculture.
Egypt is located on the Eastern side of Africa.
It's the longest river in Africa. One thing unique is that it comes from the bottom of the river
The Suez Canal is the only way to get from the Mediterranean Sea to the Indian Ocean without having to travel all the way around Africa. The Suez Canal is also under the ownership of the Suez Canal Authority which is an Eqyption holding. Ships must pay to use the canal, like a toll road, otherwise...
Football, English workers came to Denmark in the mid-late 1800's. And came with the football to Denmark. And led it to be the National Sport of DK
Â· Damanhur is a city in Egypt
Egyptian prize winners so far: - President Mohammad Anwar Al Sadat (Peace) - Naguib Mahfouz, a novelist (Literature) - Ahmed Zewail, a scientist (Chemistry) - Mohammad Al Baradie (Peace)
The word "Ba" represented as a bird or a human headed bird.the word "Ba" means soul
No. It is Algeria's capital lol XD
Yes. They helped to increase agricultural yields by fashioning tools that would improve farming methods. This increase in agricultural yield led directly to increased specialization since fewer people were needed to farm.
Cairo, its capital and largest city..
Luxor and Giza, which coexist with the ruins of ancient Egypt..
Port Said and Port Safaga on the Mediterranean Sea..
Alexandria, the ancient port renamed by Alexander the Great..
Suez, a port city on the manmade Suez Canal.
Pronounced: Nahr El Neel "River of The Nile"
Egypt is not in the United States and it is only the United States that has the two parties. Egypt has monarchs and is ruled very strictly according to Muslim law.
Gamal Abdel Nasser was President of Egypt during the Arab-IsraeliWar of 1956 (commonly called the Suez Crisis).
it is 1,910 air miles away
Beni Suef is a city in Egypt. TheBent Pyramid is an ancient pyramid in Egypt.
The Egyptian economy under Mubarak generally grew, but did so at alanguishing pace. Additionally, later in his presidency, the costof essential goods rose precipitously causing riots and otherproblems that led to the economic decline when he abdicated.
Egypt is predominantly desert. Only 35,000 square kilometers- -3.5 percent of the total land area--are cultivated and permanently settled. Most of the country lies within the wide band of desert that stretches from Africa's Atlantic Coast across the continent and into southwest Asia. Egypt's...
I miss you in Egyptian to a girl: Wa7eshteeny.
I miss you in Egyptian to a boy: Wa7eshny .
7 is pronounced as a deep 'h' from the throat.
Africa ,middle east, Egypt
you can go by train or by a limousine or by bus or by airplane all this ways are available .
there ugly faces made the sun run away
3,225 miles by road or 5190km
"Good evening," in both Egyptian and standard Arabic, is Ù
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Yes they have scribes. They translate Egyptian language for the town and the Pharaoh (the Egyptian king). Scribes had to work very hard as there was 700 words to learn in hieroglyphics (Egyptian language).
Cairo is the current capital of Egypt. Other capitals have beenAlexandria, Thebes, Memphis, and many others throughout history.
it was so important so you can get new things and not stick with old things .
either universities armies religion or farmland
because of nubia's location between Egypt and Central Africa it was a center for trade.
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