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Antique Statue of Amenhotep III 1400 BC.

Antique Statue of Amenhotep III 1400 BC.
This statue was found inside Luxor Temple in 1900.
The great about this photo ,the face of the little boy setting next to the statue and the amazing similarity of their facial features and face structure .....!!!!! what do you think ?

Tom and Jerry in pharaohnic Egypt

Tom  and Jerry in pharaohnic Egypt ,this is a scene back to nearly 1400 BC. ,Where the artist depicted one of the priests as a mice mocking at him while the chief of artisans as the cat who forced to serve him propriety .
This is known as Ostraka piece and it is one of thousands other similar ostrakas were found near the artisans village of Deir Elmadina -Luxor west bank.
Ostrakas for ancient Egyptian artist is a stone sketch board .

Is Egypt Safe for Tourists to visit ?

Is Egypt Safe for Tourists To visit? Yes.
The truth about Egypt is that its recent restlessness is more about internal domestic issues and about a proud and awakened people yearning for freedom and dignity. That's what the Egyptian Revolution in January 2011 was all about, and the country continues to make its way toward this goal. Ordinary Egyptians all over the country warmly welcome foreign tourists, especially Americans, and they are always incredibly happy to see them returning.
foreign  media  continue to perpetuate the myth that Egypt is unsafe for foreign tourists, and they love to play old clips of rallies and demonstrations in one tiny square in one city of Egypt from specific days every time a story on Egypt is reported. The funny thing to those is actually on the ground in Egypt every month is that we see these same news reports and stories on TV from  , then  look out the window and see life on the streets of Cairo going on as normal - calmly and peacefull…

Egypt biblical Tours

Egypt biblical Tours

The Bible stories concerning the relationship of God's people with Egypt have been subject to much ridicule. Critics regard Biblical stories, such as the accounts of Joseph and the Exodus, as mythology.
 The stones of archaeology were silent witnesses to the dramas of the past, and it was only after 1799, when the Rosetta Stone was discovered, that the ancient records could be deciphered. It took Jean-François Champollion 20 years to decipher the ancient hieroglyphics from the Rosetta Stone. The Stone was unique in that three languages were inscribed upon it, each telling the same story. The science of archaeology is thus a fledgling science, and most of its treasures have only been subject to scrutiny in the last century.
Today it is possible to not only read hieroglyphics, but also the ancient cuneiform writings. Astoundingly, the ancient relics have succeeded in silencing many of the Biblical critics. The harmony between Scripture and archaeol…


The Metternich Stele--Obverse.

The Metternich Stele--Reverse.
in Egypt, it became the custom to make house talismans in the form of small stone stelae, with rounded tops, which rested on bases having convex fronts. On the front of such a talisman was sculptured in relief a figure of Horus the Child (Harpokrates), standing on two crocodiles, holding in his hands figures of serpents, scorpions, a lion, and a horned animal, each of these being a symbol of an emissary or ally of Set, the god of Evil. Above his head was the head of Bes, and on each side of him were: solar symbols, i.e., the lily of Nefer-Tem, figures of Ra and Harmakhis, the Eyes of Ra (the Sun and Moon), etc. The reverse of the stele and the whole of the base were covered with magical texts and spells, and when a talisman of this kind was placed in a house, it was supposed to be directly under the protection of Horus and his companion gods, who had vanquished all the hosts of darkness and all the powers of p…


Horus holding the Hippopotamus-fiend with chain and spear. Behind stand Isis and Heru Khenti-Khatti.

Horus driving his spear into the Hippopotamus-fiend; behind him stands one of his "Blacksmiths".
Horus driving his spear into the belly of the Hippopotamus-fiend as he lies on his back; behind stands on of his "Blacksmiths".

Horus and Isis capturing the Hippopotamus-fiend.
the legend assumes that Ra, was still reigning on earth, though he was old and feeble, and had probably deputed his power to his successor, whom the legend regards as his son.
In the 363rd year of his reign Ra-Harmakhis 1 was in Nubia with his army with the intention of destroying those who had conspired against him; because of their conspiracy (auu) Nubia is called "Uaua" to this day. From Nubia Ra-Harmakhis sailed down the river to Edfu, where Heru-Behutet entered his boat, and told

him that his foes were conspiring against him. Ra-Harmakhis in answer addressed Heru-Behutet as …