History of Egypt

Egypt has had a large share of the ingredients that made it a civilized country and a tourism longs to which the people of the world because of its beautiful views and historic areas of nature and what is highlighted in the ancient Egyptian civilization and the cultures they include architectural and decorative elements are still impress and delighted the beholder. It is these elements, for example, false door enters the false door in the ancient Egyptian civilization within the framework of religious and funerary.

The canopic jars were the containers used to hold the internal organs that were removed from the dead body before mummification and embalmed separately. During the Old Kingdom, when mummification was in its infancy, the jars that served this purpose were stone vessels with flat lids.

 

 

According to the Gospel of Matthew, the Holy Family – made up of Joseph, Mary and baby Jesus – fled Bethlehem upon hearing of the – then king Herod’s decision to have all the male infants in the town and its surrounding areas killed in order to prevent a future threat to his position as king .
Cheops is the second and most famous king of the 4th Dynasty. He was the son of Snofru and Hetepheres I . He at least had two wives, probably even as much as four, with whom he had several children.
Ramesses IV reign lasted no more than six years. He did survive the harem conspiracy which was designed to spoil his claims to the throne. He placed a document in the tomb of his father which is now known as the Papyrus Harris I, that gives an elaborate account of the reign of Ramesses III. Ramesses IV is thought to have been in his forties when he became king.
King Ramesses IX reigned for about seventeen or more years. There was a scandal during his reign, which was recorded in the Abbott Papyrus, in which the tombs in the Theban necropolis were being robbed.There were also campaigns by Libyan bandits. He had one son, Montuherkhopshef, who did not live to succeed Ramesses.
Chefren was the son of Cheops and Henutsen of the 4th Dynasty and thus the half-brother of his predecessor, Djedefre. He was married with his half sister Khamernebti I, with whom he had a son, Mykerinos , and a daughter, Khamernebeti II.
King Djoser was like other kings has a normal tomb of Mud brick.It was not in Abydos as usual but it was in Beit Khalaf ( South Quena ). His step pyramid was the most famous during the history as it was the first stone building in history and also considered the first trial of building a tomb on the pyramidal shape.
Mykerinos was one of the kings of the 4th Dynasty. According to the Turin King-list, his rule lasted for 18 or 28 years and was the son of Chefren and Khamernebti I. He was married to his sister, Khamernebti II, with whom he had a son, Khunre, who died at young age.
The divine triad , or family unit, of Dendera is carved in sunk relief on the south exterior wall of the Temple of Hathor which is situated at the North of Luxor.
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