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Open the door to ruins of the ancient civilizations and spend fabulous vacations among the Pharaohs’ remnants. And as we always seek for your joy, “Egypt Tours 2019” offer an extraordinary variety of Egypt tours 2019 to cover all the ultimate historical attractions in Egypt, and also Nile Cruises 2019 provides incredible chances to admire the glorious treasures of the Nile Valley on board the magical Nile cruise. Our Egypt holidays 2019 are planned to suit all types of  Egypt visitors, large groups, small groups, holidays with the family, and also for couples on Honeymoon. “Egypt Holidays 2019” is your passport to relaxation and opulence.

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July 22, 2019

King Khufu

Who is King Khufu? and when He Got the Throne of Egypt? King Khufu is considered one of the most important kings who ruled Egypt during the ancient Egyptian period. He succeeded his father king Seneferu on the throne of Egypt and became the second king of the 4th dynasty, Khufu’s mother was Queen Hetepheres. He ruled Egypt from 2589 B.Cto 2566 B.C. His full name was Khnum-Khufu, means “Khnum Protects Me.” Khnum was the ancient Egyptian ram-headed deity of procreation, water, and fertility. The most famous and important monument in Egypt has been built by King Cheops is that The Great Pyramid of Giza which remains today as one of the seven wonders of the world. Best Works of King Khufu: The Great Pyramid of Giza took approximately 20 years to build. It stood 480 feet tall, 31 of which have eroded since the time of the pharaoh. It remains the tallest man-made structure in the entire world for nearly 4,000 years. King Khufu believed the Great Pyramid was his stairway to heaven. The Great Pyramid was the first of its kind in that the sides were smooth, as opposed to having steps. Also, the sides perfectly correspond to the cardinal points of a compass. One more monument belonging to this great king can be added to your trip to Egypt are that of the solar boat of King Khufu. It's one of the oldest, largest, and best-preserved monument It was thus identified as the world's oldest intact ship and has been described as "a masterpiece of woodcraft" that could sail today if put into water. The boat was one of two discovered in 1954 it was built with a flat bottom composed of several planks, and it has been reconstructed from 1,224 pieces. You can visit Khufu's Boat Museum which is resting alongside the Great Pyramid. King Khufu {Cheops} has no statues except for a very tiny statue 7.5 c.m. displayed at the Egyptian museum and it is made out of ivory which was discovered in Abydos city. If you prefer to visit the Great Pyramid of King Khufu or many archaeological sites in Egypt you can visit our Egypt tour packages and choose your favorite trip to "The Land of Pharaohs".  
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3 How to Spend a Night in Hurghada
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July 22, 2019

How to Spend a Night in Hurghada

Every true traveler is always on the hunt for the magical sensation of experiencing absolute freedom and exploring the perfect example of natural beauty which can only be found in the heavenly city resort of Hurghada. It has severed as a haven for the most enchanting marine life as it stretches about 36 km (22 mi) along the coast of the red sea not too far away from the eastern Arabian Desert. The weather in Hurghada is quite tropical with a warm breeze and an average temperature of 24 C (75 F) The city holds a number of amazing resorts and breathtaking beaches filled with the best hotels restaurants, bazaars, and nightclubs. Hurghada is also known for its delightful water sports like diving, snorkeling, wind and kite surfing. Note: Try to explore our Hurghada excursions, it's all about tours from Hurghada to Cairo, Luxor, Aswan, and Alexandria that will make you able to visit the top attractions in these famous cities of Egypt. Hurghada Nightclubs The nightlife in Hurghada is quite awesome filled with the best wildest hotspots and the most hypnotic atmosphere next to the magical sea due to the fact of being part of the red sea Riviera. There are many great clubs, disco, and bars in Hurghada filled with wonderful music and wonderful drinks. You will have an unforgettable time. Bedouin Dinner Tours You will get to have dinner in the heart of the desert and fell its soul, try the Bedouins lifestyle and explore a different culture. You will get to put on their clothes, stay in a tent and eat a lot of Bedouin cuisines like a barbecued dinner such as chicken, kofta, rice and potatoes cooked on natural coal, plus the natural baked Bedouin bread which serves directly of the oven directly into your mouth where it melts, followed by Bedouin tea while enjoying an oriental show and folkloric songs. Magnificent Astronomical Nights The night in Hurghada is extremely magical as the sky comes to life and light up with thousands of stars and galaxies that make you feel you are a part of a bigger destiny. The astronomical night tours are truly majestic as the sky illuminated with billions of light bulbs. You will get to travel into the core of the desert after dusk and cast your eyes on the wonders of the night's sky with a telescope for further inspection and explore a marvelous sky filled with miracles. Hurghada Desert Safari There is no better way to experience the pure natural atmosphere of the desert than riding a camel. You will get to travel to the center of the desert and enjoy all the spectacular hidden locations in the desert like the various majestic Bedouin villages. You will have the opportunity to go on an adventurous journey through Hurghada's Sahara park a.k.a the eastern Arabian Desert hills. You will get to explore all the ancient locations in the heart of the desert, witness the color of the desert shifting during the sunset. Through your jeep, you will get to behold all the ancient villages of Bedouin culture and watch the most beautiful sunrise The Luxor Temple at Night There is nothing more magical in Egypt than the Luxor temple at night as you will feel as if you were in a movie. Don’t miss the chance to make your tours in Egypt complete and explore all the hidden beauty of the nocturnal Luxor temple. It is one of the most preserved temples in Egypt and holds a great number of artifacts dating back to 1400 BC to the times of Amenhotep III. The architecture and history of the temple are quite marvelous. The temple is completely magical especially at night as it becomes illuminated with countless lights and transform into a firing jewel in the space of Luxor. Note: You can check our two days Luxor tours from Hurghada that allow you to visit Luxor temple at night.
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4 The Most Famous Beaches in Hurghada
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July 22, 2019

The Most Famous Beaches in Hurghada

Hurghada's Famous Beaches Hurghada is a city resort like any other as it holds a majestic mixture of beauty, adventure and convenience in the most spectacular manner as when you set foot in one of its because you will get the sensation you are in the right place. The city stretches on the red sea and contains 7.5 mi of crystal waters, sandy beaches and great mountains in the eastern desert. Hurghada holds the title of being one of the first diving bases on the red sea and the home to the biggest collection of watersports like diving, snorkeling, windsurfing, kitesurfing and many more. Hurghada is popular for its abundance of hotels, restaurants, sun loungers, spa areas, and the coolest nightlife. Hurghada offers everyone the chance to explore all the unspoiled beaches filled with the most enchanting marine life under a year-round dry and temperate climate. Everything a traveler wishes will be granted in one of these natural or man-made amazing beaches: Note: Here are breathtaking Hurghada excursions include wonderful tours that cover the best tourist attractions in Egypt, check them to book a tour accompany an Egyptologist tour guide. Old Vic Beach One of the oldest public beaches in Hurghada "Old Vic Beach", found on a village road near the center of the town and highly famous for being an idyllic spot for spending a great vacation for the best money value. You will come across some of the most amazing creatures like hermit crabs, dolphins, or even her on and enjoy all the wonderful watersports. Sahl Hasheesh Beach The tropical Sahl Hasheesh beach is Hurghada’s most magnificent destination on the red sea. It is located 18 km south of Hurghada international airport and holds some of the best hotels, restaurants and delightful beachfront. The beach contains an amazing geographic nature and magical landscapes filled with the best ways of entertainment and the best hotels, restaurants, and bazaars. The resort enjoys every way of entertainment from various watersports to the widest nightclubs while enjoying the best satisfying service. You will enjoy the most hypnotic marine life of rare colorful fish to glowing coral reefs. Makadi Bay The marvelous Makadi bay nests between the charming eastern desert and the inclusive sea and holds an inshore reef home to exotic marine life making it one of the best locations for diving in Hurghada. The bay is the next door neighbor to Sahl Hasheesh, just 23 km away from Hurghada's international airport and is the ideal spot to enjoy a relaxing atmosphere, the finest hotels, the best restaurant and the most majestic scenery in all of Hurghada. Soma Bay The mesmerizing peninsula of soma bay is located 45 km south of Hurghada's international airport. It is surrounded by clear waters, panoramic view of the Desert Mountains and white sandy beaches under the tropical warm climate and nothing but sunny skies, mild temperature, and clear waters. The bay has many amazing luxurious hotels, a grand thalassotherapy spa, and the finest watersports centers, especially for diving and snorkeling. Gifton Island One of the most inclusive and magical locations in Hurghada is the island of Gifton. It is located 45 minutes away by a boat ride from Hurghada and holds 80% of the biodiversity of the coral reefs in the red sea. The Island is quite tropical and the best location to get that Caribbean island vacation feel, you will witness the most hypnotic scenery of glowing white sand and crystal clear waters. You can enjoy visiting these beaches during one of our Egypt tour packages that also contain tours to Cairo, Luxor, Aswan, and Alexandria, and Nile cruise.
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5 Ancient Egyptian Mathematics
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July 22, 2019

Ancient Egyptian Mathematics

Ancient Egyptian mathematics was the poetry of logical ideas, the music of reason and one of the main key components that led to the creation of the ancient world's most advanced civilizations. They considered the study of mathematics much like the Nile river begins in minuteness but ends in magnificence.  They used it to help them function as a society and solve real-world problems. According to the great historian, Herodotus admitted the greek owned much to the Egyptians in the fields of arithmetic and astronomy and geometry famous greek scholars like Plato, Euclid, Eudoxus and Pythagoras, and Thales were learned in the Nile valley temples. History & Facts About Ancient Egyptian Mathematics It was developed from 3000 to 300 BC from the old kingdom to the Hellenistic era, everything started with the introduction of writing which gave rise to the scribes who used their holy gift to apply the basics of sophisticated mathematics in record keeping, tax accounting, record the lunar phases patterns to devise a calendar, measuring the land. Some surviving papyrus like the Moscow papyrus of the 19th century and the Rhind Papyrus of the 17th BC were able to show the ancient Egyptians understanding of the numeral system which involved multiplication and fractions and the concepts of geometry such as determining the surface area, the volume of 3D shapes which was the cornerstone of architectural engineering and algebra. The priests and priestesses were the ones who used mathematics and in charge of workers, surveyors, engineers, tax collectors, shop keepers, and masons while a much advance form of mathematics was used by the ones associated with the building-related jobs. Ancient Egyptian Mathematics System The evidence of the usages of mathematics can be tracked to the ivory labels at Abydos which were inscribed with numbers and used as tags for grave goods. The Narmer macehead depicts an offering of 400,000 oxen, 1,422,000 goats, and 120,000 prisoners and in the old kingdom which prove the usage of a 10 number decimal system. The ancient Egyptians used written numbers as they used a stroke for units, a heel-bone symbol for tens, a coil of rope for hundreds, a lotus plant for thousands which were additive but as for tens of thousands of even a million require hieroglyphics  or  as a million needed just one character while a million minus one required fifty-four character. They had no concept of zero as it was discovered by the Indians and adopted by the Arab then reaching to the European civilization after 800 AD. The ancient Egyptians were able to solve linear equations and quadratic equations which gave them the ability to estimate volumes of shapes and solids. They used multiplication by a process of repeated doubling of the number to be multiplied and choosing which of the doubling to add together, the same principles used in modern-day computers algorisms. With the rise of trade, many practical problems surrounding trade occurred which led to the development of notation for fractions. Geometry in Ancient Egypt The ancient Egyptians exiled in the field of Geometry as mentioned in the papyrus of Rhind and Moscow by the use of brute force. They know how to compute areas of several volumes of cylinders, rectangular and pyramids and other geometric shapes like polygon, circles Ancient Egyptian Mathematics Papyrus The Rhind papyrus was written in 1650 BC and discovered in the 19th century and is filled with many mathematical problems and solutions. It showcases a section on fractions where the Egyptians preferred to reduce all fractions to unit fractions like 1/4, 1/3, and 1/9. They wrote 3/4 as 1/2+1/4 and 4/5 as 1/2+1/4+1/20. The Moscow Papyrus that dates to 1850 BC contains a method on how to calculate the volume of a truncated pyramid and the surface area of half a sphere; it also shows that the Egyptians used the value of Pi at 3.16 which is very close to our modern number of 3.14. it shows their standard of measurement was the cubit around 52.3 cm, these techniques were used in constructing the pyramids and other monuments all over Egypt. The Ancient Egyptians were truly gifted in the art of mathematics as it shows in the majestic constructions all over the is a great country in the enchanting cities of Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan, so get a better view of Egypt by boarding a Nile cruise to these incredible destinations.
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6 Things To Do In Hurghada
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July 22, 2019

Things To Do In Hurghada

Top Things To Do In Hurghada Egypt Searching for the ideal sensation of absolute freedom while competing with the infinite wave of time is regarded as the ultimate adventure and there is no better place that can offer this experience than Hurghada. You will get the once in a lifetime chance to experience the hypnotic beauty of Hurghada excursions of wonderful beaches, magical marine life filled with rare colorful fishes and various coral reefs where snorkeling and diving Elevate to a whole new level. From Hurghada, you will get to travel to the immortal cities of Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan. Check our Egypt tour packages if you want to spend a long vacation in Egypt. Hurghada Excursions Prices Hurghada is the ultimate tourist attraction no questions asked as for the small amount of money you can enjoy every beautiful aspect of this enchanting city resort. Anything you desire, you will find in the magical city of Hurghada in the most affordable prices. Hurghada excursions prices from the range of 25$ to 80$ you can enjoy a snorkeling trip for only 40$ desert safari for 40$ dolphin safari & a thrilling desert safari for 40$ and scuba diving 60$. From the range of 120$ to 440$ you can travel from Hurghada to the magical city of Egypt like Cairo for 150$ by car or 220$ by plane for two days or head to the city of Luxor by plane for a day for 120$ or 2 days for 280$. You can tour all across Egypt and witness all the most enchanting attraction for 3 days for only 400$ or you can even board a Nile cruise from Hurghada to the immortal city of Egypt like Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor & Aswan. Hurghada Excursions Online There is no better way to escape your daily routine than to take a vacation by the majestic Red Sea and the city resort of Hurghada which is the ultimate tourist destination where the allure of the red sea is reflected at its fullest form. You can easily book your favorite Hurghada excursions online which suits your time and money online from any company of your choosing and starts your quest in the lands of Egypt. Here is a video about Things to do in Hurghada on youtube Hurghada Excursions Tripadvisor Tripadvisor has acted as a guidebook for travelers from all over the world in the last decade to the best travel companies, hotels, and restaurants. The reviews on the site offer a unique and informative discussion on the service level of any establishment. There are many honest reviews about many travelers experience in the city resort of Hurghada detailing their wonderful journey and everything they have encountered form positive or negative reviews. All of Egypt Tours Portal reviews on Tripadvisor are our certificate of thrust as all the reviews are positive, honest and fair. Things To Do In Hurghada to Luxor The magical city of Luxor gained the reputation of being the world's most magical and biggest open-museum, it is located on the east bank of the Nile river in southern Egypt where many Kings and Queens choose to immortalize their legacy by constructing their tombs in the phenomenal Valley of the Kings which is located in the heart of a mountain that holds more than 63 tombs. The valley has 20 royal tombs from the New Kingdom of Egypt like the Ramsess dynasty, Tutankhamun, Amenhotep I, Thutmose and various great rulers of ancient Egypt. The city is protected by the colossi of Memnon which was constructed by Amenhotep III. The city also holds the extraordinary temple of Queen Hatshepsut constructed in 1479 BC to represent the achievements of one of the new kingdom's most successful pharaoh and the temple is truly enchanting as it is an example of the brilliant classical architecture of that era. One of the city’s great attractions is the beautiful Luxor temple known to be the house of the Sun God Amon, his wife Goddess of motherhood Mut and the Moon God Khonsu. Luxor is also the home of the world’s oldest religious complex in history the Karnak Temple where the worship of many gods took place during the various time periods of ancient Egypt. Here is a magical day trip from Hurghada to Luxor that will make you able to visit the most famous attractions in Luxor. Things To Do In Hurghada to Aswan The marvelous wealthy city of Aswan served as a natural habitat for the building blocks used to construct the many temples and obelisks all across Egypt and acted as a gateway to the deep of Africa. Aswan is located in Upper Egypt, on the east bank of the Nile and is the home to the marvelous Temple of Abu Simbel, constructed by Ramses II A.K.A Ramses the great during the new Kingdom in order to achieve immortality and protect his legacy from oblivion. The temple is considered a living miracle as it was able to unlock a lot of hidden mysteries about one of the most prosperous, architecturally attractive and creative periods in the history of ancient Egypt. During the Ptolemaic era in 690 BC, the mystical Philae temple was viewed as the worship house of the Goddess Isis which was built to be the last classical architecture style built in the new Kingdom. Both Abu Simbel & Philae Temple was part of a rescue mission led by the UNESCO in the 60s due to the construction of the Aswan High Dam that threatens the survival of the two temples. The city also houses the famous Unfinished Obelisk of Hatshepsut and the temple of the crocodile god Sobek in the temple of KomOmbo. In Aswan lies the legendary Edfu temple, the house of the sky God Hours which was built in a Ptolemaic era in between 237 &57 BC. Here is a magical two days trip from Hurghada to Aswan & Abu Simbel that will make you able to visit the most famous attractions in Aswan. Things To Do In Hurghada to Pyramids From Hurghada you can either take a car or a plane to Cairo which gained massive fame for being the home many majestic monuments like the majestic Giza Complex which holds one of last remaining of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World the Great Pyramid of Khufu, two great pyramids, the world’s oldest Statue the sole guardian of Egypt the Sphinx, the world’s oldest pyramid the step pyramid of Saqqara and Egypt’s first capital Memphis city. Here is a magical day trip to Pyramids from Hurghada that will make you able to visit the most famous attractions in Giza. Things To Do In Hurghada to Cairo Cairo is known to be the heart of Egypt and the center of its heritage. In the center of Cairo just across from the Tahrir square is the House of marvel the Egyptian Museum that holds more than 120,000 rare Ancient Egyptian Artifacts dating back to more than 4000 years ago. Cairo holds some of the world’s oldest churches from the Coptic era like the hanging church, Abu Serge and various more. The city was created in 969 AD by the Fatimid dynasty on a location known today as "Old Cairo". Because of all the Islamic architecture and number of mosques, old Cairo is revered to as “The City of Thousand Minarets”. One of the biggest monuments located in old Cairo is the golden Street of Khan El Khalili which is one of the oldest marketplaces in the history of the Middle East plus Al Muizz Street which has the greatest concentration of medieval architectural treasures in the Islamic world. One landmark in Egypt that is a must watch is the glorious Citadel of Salah El Din, built in the 12th century and within its walls lies many amazing structures like the mesmerizing Muhammad Ali mosque and surrounding the citadel a great number of beautiful mosques like Ibn Tulan, Amr Ibn Alas Mosque, Al Rifai and various more. Here is a magical day trip to Cairo from Hurghada by plane that will make you able to visit the most famous attractions in Cairo. Nile Cruise Activity from Hurghada There is nothing better than boarding a Nile cruise on the soulful Nile of Egypt. You will first head to the city of Aswan to the High Dam which had a positive effect of the economy of Egypt between the 60s and 70s. The site of the enormous unfinished obelisk of Hatshepsut is not to be missed. On the bank of the Nile is the house of the goddess Isis which is a symbol of beauty and devotion. Sailing to Kom Ombo & Edfu Temples which belong to the Greco-Roman period and showcase an important mythological believes of ancient Egypt. then you will turn to the city of Luxor where to royal final resting place of kings and queens the valley of the kings contains the tombs of the most famous king in history of ancient Egypt such as Ramses II and Tutankhamen. You will head to one of the most beautiful and preserved temples in the history of the new kingdom of ancient Egypt Hatshepsut temple. You will cast your eyes on the protector of Luxor the colossi of Memnon which is two massive quartzite sandstone statues of king Amenhotep III. You will end your cruise by heading to the Karnak temples the biggest house of worship ever created by man. Here is a magical Nile cruise from Hurghada that will make you able to witness the most famous attractions in Luxor and Aswan onboard your cruise. Safari Tours in Hurghada Desert There is no better way to explore the heavenly natural atmosphere of Hurghada's desert than safari. You will get to travel to the center of the desert and enjoy all the spectacular hidden locations in the desert like the various majestic Bedouin villages and enjoy a delicious Bedouin dinner. You will have the opportunity to go on an adventurous journey through Hurghada's Sahara park a.k.a the eastern Arabian Desert hills using a camel, quad bike or car. You will get to explore all the ancient locations in the heart of the desert, witness the color of the desert shifting during your Egypt tours. Diving and Snorkeling Tours in Hurghada Hurghada contains some of the most enchanting and magical resort and beaches on the cost of the red sea for 7.5 mi. the city resorts have various diving locations that reach the number of 40 diving destination which holds hypnotic marine life filled with coral reefs and rare colorful fishes and one of the best tours from Hurghada. Hurghada over the years became known as a hub for water sports especially diving and snorkeling all because of a destination like a gift on an island, Makadi Bay, Mahmya island, El Gouna and countless more.
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7 Queen Hatshepsut
Egypt Tours Portal
July 22, 2019

Queen Hatshepsut

Who is Queen Hatshepsut? Queen Hatshepsut one of the greatest Queens and the first to rule ancient Egypt, she was the fifth pharaohs of the 18th dynasty, Hatshepsut was born in 1508 BC to King Thutmose I and his wife Queen Ahmose, her grandfather was King Ahmose, Hatshepsut name means “Foremost of Noble Women”. She ruled beside her father, she learned much from her father so she can be the Queen after him, she was the elder daughter of her father Thutmose I, but ancient Egyptian has rejected the idea of women ruling them. How She Got The Throne of Egypt? Queen Hatshepsut period started when she married her half-brother Thutmose II and become the Queen in 1492 BC, he was son of Thutmose I from minor wife lady Mutnofret, he was a weak man with poor health, Hatshepsut ruled Egypt in the name of the King while she was his wife, Hatshepsut had only one daughter from her husband Thutmose II Neferu-Ra, she was elevated to be God’s wife of Amun, the second highest position for women in ancient Egypt after the Queen, Hatshepsut was preparing herself to be the pharaoh after her husband died, after Thutmose II death, the Egyptian traditions rejected the idea of the women ruling them as a Queen, they made Thutmose III the king and Hatshepsut ruled as regent to her step-son, Thutmose III son of Thutmose II from his lesser wife Isis, Hatshepsut had an influential supporters including Senenmut her chief minister, that helped her to be the pharaoh of all Egypt with full authority of pharaoh, she was ruled by male pharaohs, she order to be portrayed with a beard and muscles, and appeared in traditional female regalia. Egypt Under Rule of Queen Hatshepsut Queen Hatshepsut era was known as peaceful and made friendships with neighbors countries using trade. She was interested in building the great ships to use it in trade, she sent many of the seaborne trading expeditions to punt and to the Atlantic Ocean, and it was back with gold, baboons, myrrh, ebony, wild animals and animal skins. She sends many of military campaigns to Syria and Nubia, it’s only disciplinary campaigns, she made her step-son Thutmose III a leader to many of this campaigns, after she learns him martial arts and managing the affairs of the country, she married him to her daughter Neferu-Ra, she protect her and give her title of God’s wife of Amun. Works of Queen Hatshepsut Queen Hatshepsut started ambitious building projects like all Egyptian Pharaohs, she ordered to build a temple at Deir El-Bahri, it’s considered of the beautiful temples in the world which was in charge of her chief minister Senenmut, the tourists in Egypt prefer to visit this historical place during their trip to Egypt, this temple decorated with her great works and honor the gods, she added her works in El-Karnak temple where she remodeled hypostyle hall of her father and added two Obelisks. She resizes here father’s tomb to lie together She died in 1458 BC while she was in her mid-40s; she was buried with her father in The Valley of the Kings. If you prefer to visit Egypt and witness all these archaeological sites in lower and upper Egypt and discover more information about ancient Egyptian civilization then you can check our best Egypt tour packages, Nile cruises and choose your memorable trip.
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8 Ancient Egyptian Entertainment
Egypt Tours Portal
July 22, 2019

Ancient Egyptian Entertainment

Despite the ancient Egyptian civilization was built around the concept of death and the afterlife, the ancient Egyptian entertainment had a big part of Egyptian lives, they didn’t miss a chance where they could have had fun, they appreciated life and truly believed in the existence of magic. Countless artworks, inscriptions, and various objects showcase ancient Egyptian entertainment and how the Egyptians enjoyed life through their various forms of entertainment. They organized many festivals and ceremonies to celebrate all the moments of their lives whether they were positive or negative as they saw the touch of the gods in everything. They had various forms of recreation, games, sports, dance, and music to pass the time and took full advantage of their life. Ancient Egyptian Sports The ancient Egyptians spent a great deal of time outdoors where the children would play in the yard or the streets various different kind of sports. Boys would practice sports like wrestling, boxing, rowing, game-like tug of war played using a hoop and field hockey, while girls would engage in gymnastics, and dancing. Both girls and boys were taught to swim and boat from an early age. Archery was known for being the sport of the royalty and nobility like Ramesses the great (1279-1213 BC) and Amenhotep II (1425-1400 BC). Physical fitness and athletics played a vital role in society as it was believed that a healthy childhood would create a productive adult member of the community. Ancient Egyptian Sports were found everywhere in ancient Egypt like it was part of the king's coronation, military victories, and even in religious festivals and ceremonies. One of the most famous ancient Egyptian festivals was Heb-Sed which involved the pharaoh showcasing his physical fitness after thirty years of a king's reign. Sports or any form of physical exercised were valued and enjoyed by every member of any social status. The ancient Egyptians would hold competitions like juggling, swimming, rowing, dancing, pageants, wrestling and javelin which were very entertaining popular spectator sports. One of the most famous activities was hunting and fishing which took courage and patience. Ancient Egyptian Music & Dancing The ancient Egyptian civilization infused their society with the magic and dance of ancient Egypt, they enjoyed their life to the absolute fullest and every festival or banquet or celebration was only considered complete with dancing and music. Within the secular and religious activities, music and dancing were the most important parts. Male and female dancers would perform to music produced using harps, drums, lutes, flutes, clappers, cymbals, and tambourines. They had various musical instruments which indicate the importance of music within their daily life. During the banquets, the guests would enjoy a majestic show of gorgeous girls wear nothing but jewels and lithe acrobats dancing to enchanting music. The musicians and dancers would encourage the guests to join in the party by clapping, chanting. Many scenes and images are immortalized on stone vessels and ceremonial palettes that showcase love, sensuality, and music having a major effect on their lives. Dancing was one of the main components of ritual and also a celebration as dance troupes were available to hire to perform for any different event. There were six different kinds of dancing in ancient Egypt harem dances, banquet dancing, religious & non-religious dancing, combat dancing, and street dancing. The overall design of a party is not that much different from what we have today. Both the musicians and dancers would perform while the servants would tend to the needs of the guests. Ancient Egyptian Games & Toys There were a lot of board games and toys in ancient Egypt, young children would play with dolls, animal toys with moveable jaws, puppets either made of wood or clay. Many told of Egypt middle kingdom (2040-1782 BC) were made of a piece of rope or string. Many of the toys took the shape of animals like cats, dogs, frogs, mice, and birds. The girl dolls were made of cloth and stuffed with grass, hay, and horsehair. A mechanical dog with a lever that moves when someone presses it back was located in Egypt new kingdom (1570-1070 BC). There were many board games in ancient Egypt like the Hounds and jackals board game found in King Tutankhamen tomb which purpose was the capture the opposing side's pieces while advancing your own. The oldest known board game known to man is Mehen a.k.a the game of the snake between 3150 BC and 2613 BC which was used as the ritual enchantment of the overthrowing of Apophis. Most popular board game in the history of ancient Egypt was Senet which takes two players and is known to represent one's journey from life to eternity. Ancient Egyptian Storytelling Storytelling was the most influential form of art in ancient Egypt. The stories and myths of ancient Egyptian gods and tales of heroes like the tale Sinuhe, the tale of Setna and Taboubu, the tale of the shipwrecked sailor or the ghost stories were told at gatherings, festivals, and parties. These stories gave birth and evolved to the gods and the belief system of the ancient Egyptian civilization. These stories had a moral impact on the people of ancient Egypt and reflected the values of the ancient Egyptians in the hope of enhancing one's soul in the same way sports enhances one's body. The Egyptian understood the importance and value of entertainment to the physical and spiritual development of anyone's life so don't miss the chance to enjoy some of the world's most beautiful artifacts and monuments in the majestic cities of Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor, and Aswan. You get to board a magical Nile cruise on the lifestream of Egypt through our Egypt tour packages and explore the timeless heritage of the ancient Egyptian pharaohs.
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9 Dendera Temple Complex
Egypt Tours Portal
July 22, 2019

Dendera Temple Complex

What is the Dandra Complex On the west bank of the Nile opposite the city of Qena, 2.5 km (1.6 mi) south-east of the city of Dendera lies one of ancient Egypt’s most important religious temples. The complex is the home of the Temple of Hathor (The deity of love, music, & fertility) one of the most preserved temples in Egypt and other temples & sanctuaries that was unfortunately lost in time. The complex covers 40,000 sqm surrounded by a hefty mud brick wall which contained the remains of many shrines and temples dating all the way back to the Old Kingdom (2575-2150 BC). All the sanctuaries were destroyed and rebuilt many times through history but the current temple dated back to the Roman-Greco period where it was completed by the hands of the Roman Emperor Tiberius (14-37 AD) on a fountain built by Pharaoh Pepi I of the 6th dynasty of the old kingdom. The complex holds ruins of a Coptic church, and Mammisi (A birth house related to the nativity of the deity), a small sanctuary located in front of the Pylon dedicated to the goddess Isis that portrays the goddess of the sky Nut giving Birth. The Temple Of Hathor The main highlight of the complex is the majestic temple of Hathor, built in the 1st century Bc by Pharaoh Ptolemy VIII & Queen Cleopatra II To immortalize their names in History and honor the deity Hathor. The temple contained a great hall full with 18 massive decorated Hathoric columns, the complete interior walls of the great hall contain hypnotic scenes depicting offerings made by Roman emperors and a magical ceiling filled with enchanting astronomical decorations such as the sky deity Nut bending herself towards the earth with the sun disc, there is a representation of the legendary sun boat of Hathor and her husband Horus being given offerings by Ptolemy VIII. The Zodiacs One of the main attractions of the temple is the mystical Dendra Zodiac signs which is map to the stars on a plane projection showing  12 constellation found at the Osiris chapel at the Hathor temple containing Images of the ram, the bull, the heavenly twins, the crab, the lion, the virgin, the scales, the scorpion, the archer, the goat, the watering pots and fishes with glittering tails. They were used in creating and organizing the ancient Egyptian calendar. In 1820, it was removed from the temple ceiling by French invaders and take to the Louvre and replaced with a fake. The True Birthplace of Electricity The temple has been the birthplace of one of Ancient Egypt most controversial fringe thesis as it states the carving of a Djed pillar and a lotus flower spawning a snake within it, is evidence of the Egyptian obtaining electric lighting devices resembling a lightbulb attached to an advanced electric system but many archeologists believe it’s a mere theory and couldn’t be further from the truth, but only time will tell. The temple can't be missed during your Egypt tour packages, so we have will create Nile cruises will make you able to visit the two temples with other historical attractions in upper Egypt.
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