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Report on Prospects of Research in Alexandria

By: Hogarth, D. G. (David George), 1862-1927; Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies (London, England); Benson, E. F. (Edward Frederic), 1867-1940;

...NSON, M. A. (Reprinted by permission from the Archceological Report of the Egypt Exploration Fund, 1894-5) tffi PUBLISHED BY THE COUNCIL AND SOLD ON T... ...ompanying- Report, which was drawn up for the Archasological Report of the Egypt Exploration Fund, the Council gladly availed themselves of the opport... ..., asking for a grant-in-aid. Being at that time under orders to proceed to Egypt on behalf of the Egypt Explora- tion Fund, I was asked by the Committ... ...nd therefore, in the course ofthe summer of 1894, 1recommended to both the Egypt Exploration Fund and the Hellenic Society that it was advisable to ex... ...n. Mr. Reeves, of the Imperial Ottoman Bank, and Mr. Goussio, of the Anglo-Egyptian, did me great service in smoothing my way, and Signor Botti in giv... ... the date fixed by the withdrawal of the sappers and my own departure from Egypt for the close of operations. I had the frames withdrawn from the gall... ...ut in Alcarano legunt, asservari contendunt." Cf. also Marmol, Descr. de l'Egypte, ii. 14, who apparently contents himself with plagiarizing Leo Afric... ...cts found in the cemeteries, it contains hardly a score of things Greek or Egypto-Greek ; and stray finds of which I could gain information, made in d... ... remains of their predeces- sors, not, as in the mud-brick cities of Upper Egypt, breaking down previous constructions to a general level, and rising ...

Subject: Alexandria (Egypt)

Reprint from the Archaeological Report of the Egypt Exploration Fund, 1894-95

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Life and Work at the Great Pyramid during the Months of January, February, March, And April, A. D. 1865 : With a Discussion of the Facts Ascertained : Vol. 2

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Sous le Voile D'Isis; Revelations Inedites sur la Vie Privee de la Femme Egyptienne, Ses Coutumes--Ses Moeurs

By: Bellos, Nausicaa.
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Life and Work at the Great Pyramid during the Months of January, February, March, And April, A. D. 1865 : With a Discussion of the Facts Ascertained : Vol. 1

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Notes Sur Les Libellules

By: J.
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Ancient Egyptian Ships and Shipping

By: Edgerton, William Franklin, 1893

...ture Collection World Public Library.org AND SHIPPING Title: ANCIENT EGYPTIAN SHIPS AND SHIPPING Author:WILLIAM F. EDGERTON Language: English... ...... ... Semitic Languages and Literatures Vol. XXXEX, No. 2, January, 1923 ANCIENT EGYPTIAN SHIPS AND SHIPPING By Wiluam F. Edgerton University of Chicago S... ... Structurally speaking, all boats known to have been employed by the ancient Egyptians may be divided into two classes: reed- boats, and boats built o... ...oden planks. There is no evidence that boats of hide or bark ever existed in Egypt. There is a positive reason for beheving that the Egyptians never l... ...struction of a wooden boat. Dugouts may occasionally have been imported into Egypt — ^for instance, from inner Africa. This is a possible explanation ... ... hardly have been xised as a river boat" has been refuted by Bates, "Ancient Egyptian Fishing" (.Harvard African Studies, Vol. I), p. 225. 2 See Figur... ...As a matter of fact I do notknow of a single other example in the history of Egyptian art, from beginning to end. These bands of cross- hatching are t... ... These bands of cross- hatching are the contrary of characteristic. Ancient Egyptian Ships and Shipping 111 For "large round blades" on the oars, see...

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Hemipteres Egypte

By: Horvath
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Deux Mois en Egypte; Journal D'Un Invite du Khedive

By: Taglioni, Charles

...... ...'est une relation des faits constatés , jour par jour, lors de mon séjour en Egypte. Je n'y consigne que des faits qui se sont réellement passés et do... ...re pendant une circons- tance mémorable qui fera époque dans l'histoire de l'Egypte. Le lecteur ne devra donc s'attendre ni à une étude sur l'Egypte, ... ...e premier que je livre à la publicité. C. T. Paris, mars 1870. DEUX MOIS EN EGYPTE CHAPITRE I DE PARIS PAR MARSEILLE ET MESSINE A ALEXANDRIE Il devai... ... Les invités du khédive, admis à prendre part à l'ex- pédition de la Plante-Egypte, étaient prévenus par une lettre de Nnbar Pacha qu'ils devraient q... ...arseille le 9 et se trouver le 16 oct;)bre au Caire. Le départ pour la Haute-Egypte — jusqu'à la première cataracte — é[ait fixé dans la seconde quinz... ...ino de la mer. Ayant aperçu en rade le paquebot qui devait me transporter en Egypte, il me vint à l'idée d'aller le visiter. Je me fis donc conduire p... ... Chailan et ses irois sœurs, Yime pjqI^ femme du consul général d'Espagne en Egypte ; M. Léon Theremin, agent et consul général de la Confédération de... ...min, agent et consul général de la Confédération de l'Allemagne du Nord, en Egypte, puis M. etW^ Charles de Lesseps qui se ren- daient en Egypte pour...

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The temple of Bîgeh

By: Blackman, Aylward M. (Aylward Manley), 1883-1956Egypt. Maslahat al-Athar
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Egypt and the Sûdân; Handbook for Travellers

By: Karl Baedeker (Firm)

...erature Collection World Public Library.org SEVENTH EDITION Title: EGYPT AND THE SÛDÂN, SEVENTH EDITION Author: KARL BAEDEKER Language: Englis... ...65 Planen. 2. Aufl. 1914 3». 9d. Denmark, see Norway, Sweden, and Denmark. Egypt and the SAd&n. With 22 Maps, 85 Plans, and 55 Vignettes Seventh editi... ... 33 Maps and 48 Plans. Fourth edition. 1909. 20s. Published at net prices EGYPT MONEY TABLE. (Comp. pp. XV, xvi and Tables at end of the book.) Appr... ..., xvi and Tables at end of the book.) Approximate Equivalents. Arabic Kame Egyptian Money British ^^ 1^ B. Sl-Gftiia' R fe»' ''•'»'''/'-- .-tl'^ H^. ... ...l-Moglxrd -^ % ^J,. r.r-.-.vVr^ ,„.sS '^ :>2JS."-ii) E , arabe B A H K " EGYPT AND THE SUDAN HANDBOOK FOR TRAVELLERS BY KARL BAEDEKER WITJI 22 MAI'S... .... (tlH Ever since the attention of the civilized world was re- directed to Egypt at the beginning of the 19tli century, the scientific investigation o... ...of the Nile as the cradle of history and ofhuman culture. At the same time Egypt, like other Eastern countries, possesses high nat- ural attractions, ... ...e of a most inter- esting and most diversified population. The Handbook to Egypt i-, of which the present is the seventh edition, is founded on the co... ...present is the seventh edition, is founded on the combined work of several Egyptologists and other Oriental scholars. Among the former must be special...

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Tarkhan I and Memphis V

By: Petrie, W. M. Flinders (William Matthew Flinders), Sir, 1853-1942; Egyptian Research Account; Wainwright, G. A. (Gerald Averay); Gardiner, Alan Henderson, Sir, 1879-; British School of Archaeology in Egypt
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A Nile journal

By: Appleton, Thomas Gold, 1812-1884

...port was, in the hours of sleep, To glide adown old Nilus, when he threads Egypt and Ethiopia from the steep Of utmost Axume until he spreads, Like a ... ...of the embayed sweetness of our lazier hours. How unlike last evening when Egypt melted our being in its twilight, and we hung like flies in amber in ... ...hang before his canvas. There comes the coffee, which says. Ah ! after our Egyptian flesh-pots ; and there 12 A NILE JOURNAL. Kief has its throne sit... ... the breeze has been adverse for three weeks. It was uncertain weather for Egypt, and just before we left even a litde rain fell. It seemed like the d... ...o brilliant flourishes. His dates stuffed with almonds contributed to make Egypt better understood, and his coffee breathed from the bushes of Arabia ... ...nderful. By night we were at Benisouef, our first town. These second-class Egyptian towns are chiefly built of sunburnt brick, and in square roofless ... ...d's face, mean so little, were smoothing into that deep thoughtful brow of Egyptian day, in which so much of the world's earliest wisdom was thought o... ...ees,—long horizontals almost architecturally bound- ing the borders of our Egyptian cup, — vertical lines cutting into great blocks of mountains, whos... ... details of agriculture, seeing that most venerable of spectacles, a brown Egyptian holding his plough, so antique in form, with its team—a buffalo an...

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Lahun

By: Egyptian Research Account; Brunton, Guy, 1878; Petrie, William Matthew Flinders, Sir 1853-1942 Joint Author; Murray, Margaret Alice, Joint Author
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A Nile Journal

By: Appleton, Thomas Gold, 1812-1884

...port was, in the hours of sleep, To glide adown old Nilus, when he threads Egypt and Ethiopia from the steep Of utmost Axume until he spreads, Like a ... ...of the embayed sweetness of our lazier hours. How unlike last evening when Egypt melted our being in its twilight, and we hung like flies in amber in ... ...hang before his canvas. There comes the coffee, which says. Ah ! after our Egyptian flesh-pots ; and there 12 A NILE JOURNAL. Kief has its throne sit... ... the breeze has been adverse for three weeks. It was uncertain weather for Egypt, and just before we left even a litde rain fell. It seemed like the d... ...o brilliant flourishes. His dates stuffed with almonds contributed to make Egypt better understood, and his coffee breathed from the bushes of Arabia ... ...nderful. By night we were at Benisouef, our first town. These second-class Egyptian towns are chiefly built of sunburnt brick, and in square roofless ... ...d's face, mean so little, were smoothing into that deep thoughtful brow of Egyptian day, in which so much of the world's earliest wisdom was thought o... ...ees,—long horizontals almost architecturally bound- ing the borders of our Egyptian cup, — vertical lines cutting into great blocks of mountains, whos... ... details of agriculture, seeing that most venerable of spectacles, a brown Egyptian holding his plough, so antique in form, with its team—a buffalo an...

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Le Pantheon Agyptien. Illustre par J. Schmidt

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A Nile Journal

By: Hornby, Emily, D. 1906

...e across the bridge into Cairo, and began with changing money at the Bank of Egypt. I changed ten pounds for eight sovereigns and two pounds of Egypti... ... a flag with crescent and star over it, and quite a sensible-looking man, an Egyptian, in charge. The village looked quite clean, several baby donkeys... ...rdian un- locked a gate and we produced our tickets. Every- body who goes to Egypt has to buy a ticket to allow them to see the temples, etc. ; Ibrahi... ...gs. (M. and F. know quantities of the emblems, the crowns of Upper and Lower Egypt, the sign of life, the hawk head of Horus, the dog head of Anubis).... ... Abydos. Rows and rows of cartouches of all the 54 A Nile Journal. Kings of Egypt, beginning with Menes 3892 B.C. A cartouche is a little collection ... ...ntic figures generallymaking offerings and wearing crowns of Upper and Lower Egypt. The first hall has enormous pillars, with most extraordinary capit... ...als like curtains. M. explained that they were the head-dress of Hathor, the Egyptian Aphrodite to whom this temple is dedicated, and there is a head ... ...steps beyond, and were at the top and had the Nile, and the whole breadth of Egypt spread out before us. The Helene was seen, crawling along in the di... ...voted myself to understanding some of the emblems, crowns of Upper and Lower Egypt, hornets, hawks, etc. There is a temple to the right just after ent...

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Balabish : Vol. 37

By: Wainwright, G. A. (Gerald Averay); Egypt Exploration Society

...REFACE BY T. WHITTEMORE WITH TWENTY-FIVE PLATES THIRTY-SEVENTH MEMOIR OF THE EGYPT EXPLORATION SOCIETY PUBLISHED UNDEB THE DIBECTION OF THE COMMITTEE ... ...DUKE STREET, STAMFORD STREET, S.E. f>i£;v/YOHKUNIVERSltY 81 #LI«lll«lll'MMl EGYPT EXPLOEATION SOCIETY prest5ent General the Rt. Hon. Sir JOHN MAXWELL... ...os, Mr. G. A. Wainwright and I turned to a special concession granted to the Egypt Exploration Society by the Department of Antiquities, in response t... ...suggest crouched burials, and in full length rectangular graves of the usual Egyptian type. Among the contents of these graves were ceremonially broke... ...photographs l»y a native Arab workman. Since 1915 Mr. Wainwright has been in Egypt and I in Russia; the account of the excavations at Sawama therefore... ...nown from only a very few sites, and these are strictly confined to southern Egypt. The most northerly of their settlements hitherto discovered is at ... ...he absence of these early things is yet another proof that the pan-graves of Egypt only corre- spond to the later part of the C-group of Nubia. We loo... ...ound graves, expecting to find in the former signs of greater riches or more Egyptianization which might give some clue, but we were unable to do so. ... ... white disc beads of ostrich-egg shell are very common in almost all ages of Egyptian civilization until the XVIIIth Dynasty, when they suddenly cease...

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A Nile journal

By: Hornby, Emily, D. 1906

...e across the bridge into Cairo, and began with changing money at the Bank of Egypt. I changed ten pounds for eight sovereigns and two pounds of Egypti... ... a flag with crescent and star over it, and quite a sensible-looking man, an Egyptian, in charge. The village looked quite clean, several baby donkeys... ...rdian un- locked a gate and we produced our tickets. Every- body who goes to Egypt has to buy a ticket to allow them to see the temples, etc. ; Ibrahi... ...gs. (M. and F. know quantities of the emblems, the crowns of Upper and Lower Egypt, the sign of life, the hawk head of Horus, the dog head of Anubis).... ... Abydos. Rows and rows of cartouches of all the 54 A Nile Journal. Kings of Egypt, beginning with Menes 3892 B.C. A cartouche is a little collection ... ...ntic figures generallymaking offerings and wearing crowns of Upper and Lower Egypt. The first hall has enormous pillars, with most extraordinary capit... ...als like curtains. M. explained that they were the head-dress of Hathor, the Egyptian Aphrodite to whom this temple is dedicated, and there is a head ... ...steps beyond, and were at the top and had the Nile, and the whole breadth of Egypt spread out before us. The Helene was seen, crawling along in the di... ...voted myself to understanding some of the emblems, crowns of Upper and Lower Egypt, hornets, hawks, etc. There is a temple to the right just after ent...

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A popular account of the ancient Egyptians; Volume: 1

By: Wilkinson, John Gardner, Sir 1797-1875
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Croquis Egyptiens; Journal D'Un Touriste

By: Guimet, Emile, 1836-1918

...... ...N TOURISTE PARIS J. HETZEL, LIBRAIRE-EDITEUR 18, RUE JACOB, 18 1867 CROQUIS EGYPTIENS JOURNAL DUN TOURISTE 9 novembre 1865. J'ai quitte Marseille a 3... ...arclie. Ce premier accident nous avait re- tardes de cinq heures. 4 CROQUIS EGYPTIENS. Vendredi 10 novembre 1865. Je me reveille assez gaillard. Je m... ...avec tant de force q'ue les chiens Imrlent, les enfants crient, les CROQUIS EGYPTIENS. femmes gemissent et les hommes se fachent. J'ai entendu quelqa... ...vons reprendre notre route, mais la mer est toujours tres-grosse. 8 CROQUIS EGYPTIENS 12 novembre. Le dimanche matin s'annonce nieilleur et, a mesure... ...d'admirer le su- perbe detroit qui separe la Sicile de I'ltalie. 10 CROQUIS EGYPTIENS. 13 novembre. Mais il parait que Ton s'est ravitaille promp- te... ...avire en le ren- versant et I'enleve comme une coquille de noix, 12 CROQUIS EGYPTIENS. vingt metres plus haut, sur la crete d'une vague monstrueuse ;... ...oute la force du bati- ment pour que le naufrage n'eut pas lieu. 14 CROQUIS EGYPTIENS. 14 novembre. Toujours au lit. Le mauyais temps persiste avecun... ...coredu mauvais temps. Je reste au litpres- que toute la journee. 16 CROQUIS EGYPTIENS. 16 novembre. Je prends mon courage a deux mains ; je monte sur...

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The origin of the cruciform plan of Cairene Madrasas

By: Creswell, K. A. C. (Keppel Archibald Cameron), Sir B. 1879
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Biblical Researches in Palestine, Mount Sinai and Arabia Petraea : A Journal of Travels in the Year 1838 : Vol. 3

By: Robinson, Edward, 1794-1863; Smith, Eli, 1801-1857

... the great plain, 181. Fuleh and 'Afuleh, water-shed, 181. Caravan-road from Egypt to Damascus, 181. View ; Iksal, Chemlloth, 182. Ascent of the hills... ... mountains, and formerly ruled over the villages. 1 We found here a party of Egyptian 1) See above, Vol. II. p. 359. JUNE 6.] DURA. 3 soldiers ; but ... ...various parties oftheMu- hammedan empire, or between the rulers of Syria and Egypt. Yet I have been able to find no allusion to any one of them in any... ...obvious ground. In the same manner, the ancient Beth-shemesh (Heliopolis) of Egypt, is known in Arabian writers as 'Ain Shems ; although at present th... ...iefly of the Greek rite, and a few Armenians. The great caravan-road between Egypt and Damascus passes through Ramleh. The chief object of our attenti... ...Eutychius, Patriarch of Alexandria. He relates, that during the reign of the Egyptian Khalif el-Muk- tadir, early in the tenth century, the Muslims ro... ... the Khalif Nasir Muhammed Ibn Kalawun, (who was re- stored to the throne of Egypt in A. D. 1310,) built here a minaret, unique for its loftiness and ... ...han would here be entirely in its place, on the great caravan-road be- tween Egypt and Damascus. Yetwe have no histor- ical nor traditional evidence t... ...he night; they were apparently travel- ling upon the great caravan-road from Egypt to Da- mascus, which, touching Gaza, Ramleh, and Ludd, proceeds nor...

...Palestine -- Antiquities; Sinai (Egypt) -- Antiquities; Arabia, Roman -- Description and travel; Arabia, Roman -- Antiquities; Includes bibliographical references and indexes...

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Note on water required and available for the Sudan Gezira scheme. May 1918

By: Egypt. Wizarat Al Ashghal Al Umumiyah

...TC MINISTRY OP PUBLIC WORKS, EGYPT. NOTE ON WATER REQUIRED AND AVAILARLE FOR THE SUDAN GEZIRA SCHEME. CA... ...GEZIRA SCHEME. CAIRO. GOVERNMENT PRESB. 191S, MINISTRY OF PUBLIC WORKS, EGYPT. NOTE ON WATER REQUIRED AND AVAILABLE FOR THE SUDAN GEZI1U SCHEME. MA... .... GOVERNMENT PRESS. 1918. f\33 CONTENTS. PAGK. Natural Supply 2 Storage 3 Egypt and the Sudan 5 Conclusions 7 Appendices 8, 9 d NOTE ON WATER REQUIR... ... apex to form the Nile. The joint supply of these rivers passing thence to Egypt is not equal in kind or quantity throughout the year. During the firs... ...requires to be shown that the use of water for the Sudan need not diminish Egypt's supply. These proofs are required principally and in the first inst... ... capable of irrigation from the Blue Nile without any diminution at all of Egypt's supply, and when the Blue Nile is further devoted to the Sudan, Egy... ...n by 1 numinous crops, and one-third under cotton, in contradistinction to Egypt, where, under the best conditions, the whole area is annually under c... ... various seasons, the relation of their water requirements to the needs of Egypt, and the amount of storage water that can be provided. The best crop ... ...anuary 1 and April 15, and providing additional storage when necessary. In Egypt to-day cultivation has outgrown storage, but has not been allowed to ...

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Biblical Researches in Palestine, And in the Adjacent Regions : A Journal of Travels in the Year 1838

By: Robinson, Edward, 1794-1863; Smith, Eli, 1801-1857

...21. 'Arrabeh, 121. Tell Dothan, Dothan, 122. Road from Beisan and Jezreel to Egypt passes here, 122. Joseph carried away, 122. Roman road from Caesare... ...tion." Two months later, during our stay Id Jerusalem, he came in again from Egypt with the family of Sec. I.] TRAVELLERS. CONSULS. 29 an English cle... ...travel on this journey compara- tively less than on the former one under the Egyptian rule. The wages of the head servant were about five dollars a mo... ...continued and extended the system of posts, introduced into Syria during the Egyptian donainion. At present a post travels every week to and fro betwe... ...s it took the name of Ptolemais, probably from one of the earlierPtolemys of Egypt ; though the occasion is unknown. It is referred to in the New Test... ...y ; ofwhich the Persians availedthem- selves as a point from which to attack Egypt.^ By Pliny it is called a colony of the emperor Claudius ; and it b... ... to a slave-merchant in Constantinople ; and, being purchased by 'Aly Bey in Egypt, he rose from the humble lot of a Memluk slave, to the post of gove... ...vain.^ He at last made his peace through the me- diation of Muhammed 'Aly of Egypt. In 1829 he had become jealous of this powerful neighbour ; ^ and w... ...ears ground- less ; for on the 27th of November, 1831, Ibrahim Pasha with an Egyptian army sat down before 'Akka, Without engineers to carry on the' s...

Palestine -- Antiquities; Sinai (Egypt) -- Antiquities; Includes bibliographical references and indexes

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The monuments of Upper Egypt, a translation of the Itinéraire de la Haute Égypte, of Auguste Mariette-Bey

By: Mariette, Auguste, 1821-1881; Dickerman, Lysander, ed; Mariette, Alphonse, tr

...t << D D D ^=a ^ ^ ODD ^I^ ll o ^ ^^ n jy- ^=^ ^ THE MONUMENTS OF UPPER EGYPT. MAP SHOWING PRINCIPAL EXCAVATIONS BY MARIETTE. THE MONUMENTS U... .... MAP SHOWING PRINCIPAL EXCAVATIONS BY MARIETTE. THE MONUMENTS UPPER EGYPT A TRANSLATION OF THE '' ITINERAIRE DE LA HAUTE EGYPTE " AUGUSTE i MAR... ...istorical event which gath- ered together many distinguished personages in Egypt. The Itineraire met with all the favor it de- served, and a first edi... ...se than acceptable. At Mariette-Bey's request, being myself no stranger to Egypt, I readily undertook the required translation into English— a somewha... ... think that I have in the very remotest degree con- tributed to popularize Egypt's wonders, and to bring them and their English and American visitors ... ...ittle work does not pretend to replace Murray's Handbook for Travellers in Egypt^ especially now that that excellent guide has been revised by a most ... ... and its sole object is to introduce the visitor to the Monuments of Upper Egypt, and to supply him with such information as will best enable him to u... ...ld take this opportunity of appealing earnestly to all travellers in Upper Egypt. For the sake of science, for the sake of those who will come after u... ...Mammisi 09 D The Royal Cartouches 70 E Epitome of the Best-known Epochs in Egyptian History 72 [8] CONTENTS. 9 F Entreaty to Travellers to spare the ...

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Journal of the Discovery of the Source of the Nile

By: Speke, John Hanning, 1827-1864; Grant, Captain, Ill

...t, to have been navigated by expeditions sent out by Mehemet Ali, Viceroy of Egypt, up to 3° 22' north latitude. To this I objected, as so many had tr... ...f them, and to fol- low me in Africa wherever I wished, until our arrival in Egypt, when I would send them back to Zanzibar. Each was to receive one y... ... vast continuous band of limestone isknown to extend from the Tagus, through Egypt and the Somali country, to the Burrumputra. To obtain food it was n... ...anner. They did not know the word bakhshish, or present ; but, as bad as the Egyptians, they held out their hands, patted their bellies, and said Kani... ...here was not oneman in the camp, besides his own set, who wished to go on to Egypt—^for they had constant arguments amongst them- selves about it ; an... ...sured Enmanika that in two or three years he would have a greater trade with Egypt than he ever could have with Zanzibar ; for when I opened the road,... ... Moses—the waters of which, sweetened with sugar, men carry all the way from Egypt to Mecca, and sell to the pilgrims. But Bombay, who is a philosophe... ...hem to draw near. When they did so, a very black man, named Mahamed, in full Egyptian regimentals, with a curved sword, ordered his regiment to halt, ... ...ying which, Mahamed ordered his regi- ment (a ragamuffin mixture of Nubians, Egyptians, and slaves of all sorts, abouttwo hundred in number) to right-...

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Ten years' digging in Egypt, 1881-1891

By: Petrie, William Matthew Flinders, Sir 1853-1942
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Journal of the Discovery of the Source of the Nile

By: Speke, John Hanning, 1827-1864; Grant, Captain, Ill

...t, to have been navigated by expeditions sent out by Mehemet Ali, Viceroy of Egypt, up to 3° 22' north latitude. To this I objected, as so many had tr... ... vast continuous band of limestone isknown to extend from the Tagus, through Egypt and the Somali country, to the Burrumputra. To obtain food it was n... ...anner. They did not know the word bakhshish, or present ; but, as bad as the Egyptians, they held out their hands, patted their bellies, and said Kani... ...ere was not oneman in the camp, besides his own set, Avho wished to go on to Egypt—for they had (Constant arguments amongst them- selves about it ; an... ...sured Rumanika that in two or three years he would have a greater trade with Egypt than he ever could have with Zanzibar ; for when I opened the road,... ... Moses—the waters of which, sweetened with sugar, men carry all the way from Egypt to Mecca, and sell to the pilgrims. But Bombay, who is a philosophe... ...hem to draw near. When they did so, a very black man, named Mahamed, in full Egyptian regimentals, with a curved sword, ordered his regiment to halt, ... ...ying which, Mahamed ordered his regi- ment (a ragamuffin mixture of Nubians, Egyptians, and slaves of all sorts, about two hundred in number) to right... ... Turks treated the natives, that these ]\Iadi people could submit to their " Egyptian taskmasters," and therefore Removing a Village—Madi. was not sur...

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The realms of the Egyptian dead : according to the belief of the ancient Egyptians

By: Wiedemann, Alfred, 1856-1936
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Egypt

By: Kelly, Robert Talbot, 1861-1934

... Classic Literature Collection World Public Library.org Title: EGYPT Author: R. TALBOT KELLY Language: English Subject: Fiction, Literatu... ...BURMA CANADA CEYLON *CHINA CORSICA DELHI AND THE DURBAR DENMARK EDINBURGH 'EGYPT EGYPT, ANCIENT ENGLAND FINLAND FLORENCE FRANCE GERMANY GREECE HOLLAND... ...aar Street, CALCUTTA ;bil of the mosque of the sultan kelaun. page 30. EGYPT R. TALBOT KELLY R.I., R.B.A., F.R.G.S. Commander of the Medjidieh WIT... ...AGE 73 DESERT ARABS ........ 80 BY still waters on the cover Sketch-Map of Egypt on page vii SKETCH-MAP OF EGYPT. vii EGYPT CHAPTER I ITS ANTIQUITY ... ...read the history of Joseph must often have wondered what kind of a country Egypt might be, and tried to picture to themselves the scenes so vividly su... ...e forced by famine to come to Joseph as suppliants for food, and, EG. I I Egypt in their descendants, presently to become the meanest slaves in the l... ...rs ago necessity compelled Abraham, with Sarah his wife, to stay awhile in Egypt, they were lodged at Tanis, a royal city founded by one of a successi... ...s of people who actually lived. As you will see from what I have told you, Egypt is perhaps the oldest country in the world—the oldest, that is, in ci... ...covered to tell us. All through the many thousands of years of its history Egypt has had a great influence upon other nations, and although the ancien...

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A popular account of the ancient Egyptians; Volume: 2

By: Wilkinson, John Gardner, Sir 1797-1875
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Notes from the Journal of a tourist

By: Buckham, George

...the Elector of Sax- ony, after the Diet of Worms, 1521 443 THE HOLY LAND, EGYPT AND EUROPE. 1868- 18 76. XX. Road over the Apennines ; Spezzia ; Le... ...lso large and beautiful, but did not interest me so much as the scarabaei of Egypt, of which the Etruscan seem to me to CHURCHES AND TEMPLES VISITED.... ...ned, so as to collect their ashes, and near by lamps used at sacrifices. The Egyptian collection is large, and in some respects good. We were next adm... ... Rome. In this great temple there are many columns, some of red syenite from Egypt, which once decorated the Baths of Diocletian, and which, with a mu... ...here are some excellent frescos in this church, among them the " Flight into Egypt," and the " Massacre of the Innocents." Besides these, this buildin... ...at weight. In the rooms beneath this hall there is a collection of very fine Egyptian antiquities ; among them is a statue of Jupiter Serapis on his t... ...hich rises in some places one hundred feet high ; they are somewhat like the Egyptian tombs, and the idea may possibly have been derived from the Nile... ...cting it with the Elysian Fields, a Serapeon, from which large quantities of Egyptian curiosities, now in the Vatican and other museums of Europe, wer... ...e upon the ear. The most noteworthy voices were the falsetto of Mustapha, an Egyptian singer, and the tenor of Davis, a young Englishman. The first is...

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The Rift valley and geology of Eastern Sinai

By: Hume, W. F. (William Fraser), 1867-1949
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Notes from the Journal of a tourist; Volume: 1

By: Buckham, George

... Guiseppe (Joseph) Micalliffe. Our intelligent and faithful Dragoman through Egypt, Palestine, Syria, Part ofAsia Minor, Turkey, and some ofthe Turkis... ...and 1869.) B NOTES FROM THE JOURNAL OF A TOURIST BY GEORGE BUCKHAM Volume I EGYPT, THE HOLY LAND, SYRIA, TURKEY AUSTRIA, SWITZERLAND WITH ILLUSTRATIO... ...neglia, Savona, Genoa, Bologna, Ancona, Brindisi, Isles of Greece; Arrive in Egypt ; Alexandria i II. Cairo ; Hotels, Population, Sights in. Slavery, ... ...liopolis ; the Ramadan ; Old Cairo ; BouLAK ; Nile Boats ; Mosk of Tayloon ; Egyptians and the Viceroy 22 III. Embark on the Nile ; Our Boat ; Life on... ...2 IX. Tombs of the Caliphs ; Miss Whately's Mission Labors ; Uni- versity of Egypt ; Mosk of Sultan Hassan ; Viceroy's Grand Ball to Prince of Wales ;... ...ple of Karnak—Hall of Columns.. 146 Hack Donkey and Driver 146 A " Fellah " (Egyptian Peasant) , 181 Ismail Pasha, Viceroy of Egypt (1869) 246 Dancing... ... " 513 Before the word " Baronial " insert the letter "a." THE HOLY LAND, EGYPT AND EUROPE. 1868-1876. I. Leave New York ; Nice ; Mentone ; Oneglia... ...; Savona ; Genoa ; Bologna ; Ancona ; Brindisi ; Isles of Greece ; arrive in Egypt ; Alexandria. October Jisf, 1868. — We sailed from New York at 4.30... ...r. De Forest spent a couple of hours with us, lent us Mr. R.'s "Itinerary of Egypt and the Holy Land," and gave us a letter to our Consul at Alexandri...

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Researches in Sinai

By: Petrie, W. M. Flinders (William Matthew Flinders), Sir, 1853-1942Currelly, C. T. (Charles Trick), 1876-1957
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Notes from the Journal of a Tourist : Volume 1

By: Buckham, George

... Guiseppe (Joseph) Micalliffe. Our intelligent and faithful Dragoman through Egypt, Palestine, Syria, Part ofAsia Minor, Turkey, and some ofthe Turkis... ...and 1869.) B NOTES FROM THE JOURNAL OF A TOURIST BY GEORGE BUCKHAM Volume I EGYPT, THE HOLY LAND, SYRIA, TURKEY AUSTRIA, SWITZERLAND WITH ILLUSTRATIO... ...neglia, Savona, Genoa, Bologna, Ancona, Brindisi, Isles of Greece; Arrive in Egypt ; Alexandria i II. Cairo ; Hotels, Population, Sights in. Slavery, ... ...liopolis ; the Ramadan ; Old Cairo ; BouLAK ; Nile Boats ; Mosk of Tayloon ; Egyptians and the Viceroy 22 III. Embark on the Nile ; Our Boat ; Life on... ...2 IX. Tombs of the Caliphs ; Miss Whately's Mission Labors ; Uni- versity of Egypt ; Mosk of Sultan Hassan ; Viceroy's Grand Ball to Prince of Wales ;... ...ple of Karnak—Hall of Columns.. 146 Hack Donkey and Driver 146 A " Fellah " (Egyptian Peasant) , 181 Ismail Pasha, Viceroy of Egypt (1869) 246 Dancing... ... " 513 Before the word " Baronial " insert the letter "a." THE HOLY LAND, EGYPT AND EUROPE. 1868-1876. I. Leave New York ; Nice ; Mentone ; Oneglia... ...; Savona ; Genoa ; Bologna ; Ancona ; Brindisi ; Isles of Greece ; arrive in Egypt ; Alexandria. October Jisf, 1868. — We sailed from New York at 4.30... ...r. De Forest spent a couple of hours with us, lent us Mr. R.'s "Itinerary of Egypt and the Holy Land," and gave us a letter to our Consul at Alexandri...

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Report on the maintenance and improvement of the quality of Egyptian cotton and the increase of its yield

By: Leake, H. Martin (Hugh Martin), 1878-; Egypt. Dept. of Agriculture
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Notes from the Journal of a Tourist

By: Buckham, George

...the Elector of Sax- ony, after the Diet of Worms, 1521 443 THE HOLY LAND, EGYPT AND EUROPE. 1868- 18 76. XX. Road over the Apennines ; Spezzia ; Le... ...lso large and beautiful, but did not interest me so much as the scarabaei of Egypt, of which the Etruscan seem to me to CHURCHES AND TEMPLES VISITED.... ...ned, so as to collect their ashes, and near by lamps used at sacrifices. The Egyptian collection is large, and in some respects good. We were next adm... ... Rome. In this great temple there are many columns, some of red syenite from Egypt, which once decorated the Baths of Diocletian, and which, with a mu... ...here are some excellent frescos in this church, among them the " Flight into Egypt," and the " Massacre of the Innocents." Besides these, this buildin... ...at weight. In the rooms beneath this hall there is a collection of very fine Egyptian antiquities ; among them is a statue of Jupiter Serapis on his t... ...hich rises in some places one hundred feet high ; they are somewhat like the Egyptian tombs, and the idea may possibly have been derived from the Nile... ...cting it with the Elysian Fields, a Serapeon, from which large quantities of Egyptian curiosities, now in the Vatican and other museums of Europe, wer... ...e upon the ear. The most noteworthy voices were the falsetto of Mustapha, an Egyptian singer, and the tenor of Davis, a young Englishman. The first is...

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The religion of Ancient Egypt

By: Petrie, William Matthew Flinders, Sir 1853-1942
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