Egypt Page 

Other On-Line Resources Related to Egypt

  • Ancient Egyptian Page
      Resources on pyramids, temples, kings/queens, hieroglyphics, and other links.
  • Egypt
      The index has been created by The Norwegian Council for Africa, as part of its comprehensive effort to strengthen the knowledge of Africa and African affairs. The projects has been developed in cooperation with the information company Gazette, and wit h financial support from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
  • Guardian's Egypt Links
      Updated resources on Egyptian archaeology, arts, music, news, etc.
  • Christian Coptic Orthodox Church of Egypt
      Although fully integrated into the body of the Egyptian nation, the Copts have survived as a strong religious entity who pride themselves on their contribution to the Christian world.
  • Coptic Network Archives and Newsletters
      Copt-Net is a Christian fellowship dedicated for the service of the emigrant Coptic Orthodox community.
  • Djoser Pyramid Comples at Saqqara, Copyright- Holly Pittman, 1994
      The Step Pyramid Complex of Djoser The Step Pyramid Complex of Djoser (also spelled Zozer) was built during the Third Dynasty (ca. 2800 B.C.) in what is now Saqqara, Egypt. Djoser's Step Pyramid is generally considered the first tomb in Egypt to be built entirely of stone.
  • Egypt: ABZU Regional Index
      ABZU is an experimental guide to the rapidly increasing, and widely distributed data relevant to the study and public presentation of the Ancient Near East. This section includes an index of resources for the study of ancient Egypt, including the territory under the control of the modern states of Egypt and Sudan, and part of Libya.
  • Egypt: Energy Information (US.EIA)
      The Country Analysis Briefs (CABs) provide an overview of the energy situation for Egypt which has current interest to energy analysts and policy makers.
  • Egyptian Universities Network (EUN)
      EUN, being the gateway to Internet and EARN, connects academic and research centers and institutes as well as other governmental and nongovernmental organizations. The site includes information on conferences, job opportunities, seminars, bulletins, a nd related web links.
  • Egyptology Resources
      This page is set up with the kind assistance of the Newton Institute in the University of Cambridge to provide a World Wide Web resource for Egyptological information.
  • Institue of Egyptian Art and Archaeology
      The Institute's collection of antiquities resides in the Art Museum of the University of Memphis. Over 150 objects range in date from 3500 B.C.E. to 700 C.E. There are mummies, religious and funerary items, jewelry, and objects from everyday life.
  • Highlights on the Egyptian Collection
      The Oriental Institute Museum (University of Chicago) houses nearly 30,000 Egyptian artifacts that were acquired through a combination of purchases and archaeological excavations. Today, the Oriental Institute Museum's Egyptian collection is one of the largest and most complete in the United States. It is particularly strong in artifacts that illustrate aspects of ancient Egyptian daily life, religion, and funerary practices.
  • Languages of Egypt
      The Ethnologue is a catalog of the world's languages including information on alternate names, number of speakers, location, dialects, linguistic affiliation, and other sociolinguistic and demographic information. This database represents the 12th edition of the Ethnologue, published in 1992.
  • Middle East Photograph Archive (U of Chicago)
      These are scanned photographs that dates back to the second half of the 19th Century of monuments of the Middle East's medieval and ancient past, as well as scenes of daily life. The photographs are classified according to subject. These photographs are from: Egypt, Palestine, Turkey, Tunisia, Morocco, India, Syria and Lebanon.
  • The Papyrus Collection
      With over 7,000 inventory numbers and more than10,000 individual fragments, the University of Michigan is home to one of the largest collections of papyri in the world. Through this webpage it provides the public with access not only to its own papyrological collections but to many other papyrological resources as well.
  • The Site of Karanis
      The university of Michigan has sponsored excavations at Karanis from 1926 to 1935 and the objects recovered during these are the largest component of our collection. As shown by the images below, a tremendous range of material had been preserved at the site.
  • Tel el Amarna Collection
      The site includes a history of this collection of ancient Egyptian limestone carvings and reliefs, as well as scientific reports and photographs.
  • Tour Egypt
      This is the official internet web site of the Ministry of Tourism, Egypt. It includes information on travel-related issues (hotels, visas, airlines, etc), Egyptian antiquities, and official bulletins.
  • Um Kalthoum - Star of the East (Borre Ludvigsen)
      This is a home page for the famous Egyptian vocalist Um Kalthoum, who was unquestionably the most gifted singer and musician of this century in the Middle East.
  • World Art Treasures
      This illustrated "Pilgrimage to Abydos", tries to retrace for the user the very perception and emotions of the pilgrimage undertaken by Seti I himself and his people some 3300 years ago, and which is at the origin of the temple of Abydos, a grandiose ex-voto open once and then closed for ever.
  • Absolute Egyptology
      Extensive resources on Egypt with pictures, diagrams, short essays that cover pictures of 82 gods, detailed coverage of the ruling dynasties from 1-17, and essays on foregin rule.
  • Focus on Egypt
      This page provides many Egyptian musical examples and other such links.
  • Brown's Department of Egyptology
      This page provides information about Brown's program in Egyptology and links to major research links.
Editor: Dr. Ali B. Ali-Dinar, Ph.D.
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