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Sharm El Sheikh and Cairo Holiday Package for 999 USD

Day # 1: Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

Arrive at Sharm El Sheikh. Upon your arrival you will be met by egyptraveluxe Representative and then you will be transferred to your hotel for check in, and enjoy some free time to relax with a peaceful overnight stay.

Day # 2: Sharm El Sheikh / Giza Sightseeing Tours

Breakfast at your hotel in Sharm el sheikh then you will be transferred to Sharm el sheikh airport to fly to Cairo, where you will be met and assisted and then you will be accompanied by your English speaking guide and driver for a full day tour in Cairo to visit The Pyramids, the Great Sphinx , The Alabaster status of Ramses II IN Memphis , The Step Pyramid and tombs in Sakkara - with lunch and Shopping tour at Pyramids bazaars and papyrus institutes also included -Cairo overnight

Day # 3: Cairo Sightseeing Tours /Luxor

After breakfast you will be escorted by your English speaking guide and driver for a full day tour in Cairo to visit the Egyptian Museum of Antiquities, The…

Female Rights in Ancient Egypt

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There appears to be no distinction between male and female rights in Ancient Egypt. Women had a unique position in comparison to other ancient societies. They could buy, sell and inherit land, the most valuable commodity of Ancient Egypt's slavery-feudal economic system. Women could initiate legal proceedings on their own right, act as witnesses, plaintiffs or defendants. Female rights in Ancient Egypt also included drafting civil contracts such as marriage, divorce and purchasing property. A wife was entitled to one third of the property upon her husband's death, and she could decide the beneficiaries of the other two thirds.As regards to legal status, women were not treated as male property, in sharp contrast to contemporary neighboring societies, including Greece, were women were required to obt…

The bindweeds of Egypt and their symbolic role for the deceased

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From the Middle Kingdom until the 18th Dynasty, representations are found of a parasitic bindweed associated with the stems of papyrus, . Its representations increase and refine themselves during the Amarnian period because of the naturalistic leaning to nature; but it is in Ramesside times, and more particularly that of Ramesses II, that the images become more beautiful and most detailed. The plant is frequently attached to the stem of the papyrus, or to bouquets, but being also able to, more rarely, exist separately. After the 20th Dynasty, if the theme persists, the quality of the representations decrease (as do all more representations of nature).
This success under the Ramesseses is probably linked with the specific beliefs of that time, and notably the eminent place that the solar cults occupy.

The nature of the plant has been under debate a long time










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Picture tour inside The Massive Karnak Temple

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The Karnak Temple Complex—usually called Karnak—comprises a vast mix of ruined temples, chapels, pylons, and other buildings, notably the Great Temple of Amun and a massive structure begun by Pharaoh Ramses II (ca. 1391–1351 BC). Sacred Lake is part of the site as well. It is located near Luxor, some 500 km south of Cairo, in Egypt. The area around Karnak was the ancient Egyptian Ipet-isut ("The Most Selected of Places") and the main place of worship of the eighteenth dynasty Theban Triad with the god Amun as its head. It is part of the monumental city of Thebes. The Karnak complex takes its name from the nearby, and partly surrounded, modern village of el-Karnak, some 2.5 km north of Luxor.

1- The enterance to the main temple of Karnak -The avenue of the ram-headed sphinxes
The visitor will enter the temple from Its eastern entrance which in ancient times was connected with the river Nile ended with a marina for the boats doc…