Monday, March 3, 2014

Reference (2) for Blog (From September 2013 to March 2014)



EGYPTOGRAPHY COLLECTION:

KINGS & QUEENS:
Alexander the Great: Conqueror and King
Queen Cleopatra: Start & End

GODS & GODDESSES:
Isis the Eternal Love story

HOTEL WITH HISTORY:
* Alexandria - Al Salamlek Palace 
* Aswan - Old Cataract Aswan

Luxury HOTEL:
* Aswan - Mövenpick Elephantine Island Resort

BLACK & WHITE TREASURES COLLECTION:
* Treasures of Aswan
* Treasures of Abu Simbel temples
* Treasures of Nubia

3D COLLECTION VIDEO:
3D Egypt Collection (Vol. 02): The Lighthouse of Alexandria
3D Egypt Collection (Vol. 03): Sailing the Nile River

SEE EGYPT COLLECTION VIDEO:
* SEE EGYPT (4): Best HD video about Egypt
SEE EGYPT (5): Where it all begins
* SEE EGYPT (6): Voice of Howard Carter about TutAnkhAmun tomb
* SEE EGYPT (7): The Search For TUTANKHAMUN - Egypt - by BBC
* SEE EGYPT (8): Al Salamlek Palace
* SEE EGYPT (9): Treasures of Aswan
* SEE EGYPT (10): Treasures of Aswan II

DESTINATIONS:

Alexandria related:
Volume 3 - Alexandria
Alexander the Great: Conqueror and King
Queen Cleopatra: Start & End
The turning point battle of El Alamien
Bibliotheca Alexandrina
The Sunken City
The Mystery that might been reveled !!! Alexander the Great tomb
* SEE EGYPT (8): Al Salamlek Palace
3D Egypt Collection (Vol. 02): The Lighthouse of Alexandria

Aswan related: 
Volume 4 - Aswan
Isis the Eternal Love story
Relocation of Philae temple
* The High dam
Bird watching another taste of the city
* SEE EGYPT (9): Treasures of Aswan
* SEE EGYPT (10): Treasures of Aswan II
* Black & White treasures of Aswan
Nubia & the Nubians
* Aswan - Old Cataract Aswan
* Aswan - Mövenpick Elephantine Island Resort

NEW OPENINGS:
El Mezawaka tombs in Dakhla Oasis, Western Desert
9 ancient tombs in Luxor after refurbishment
New sites opening in Luxor

ARTICLES & SHORT STORIES:
The Story of Alexandria
Egyptian Years & Days - Mystery of the various Egyptian Calendars
Akhenaten: mad, bad, or brilliant?
Beyond the beaten path, Egypt's Widan Al-Faras, FayoumOases
Today is 4th of November 1922
Happy Birthday to the Great Pharaoh Ramses II
The World's Most Spectacular Museum

BACK HOME:
Egypt recovers 90 stolen antiquities from Israel
- Eight stolen wooden ornaments to be retrieved from Denmark
Wooden sarcophagi and other antiquities to be repatriated from the USA
- 26th Dynasty ushabti
Bust of a 26th dynasty prince recovered from Brussels

NEW DISCOVERIES:

NEWS:

- Reports of missing objects from Cairo's Museum of Islamic Art
- Ancient Egyptian objects recovered in Mit-Rahina
- Egypt Antiquities ministry says NO Islamic artefacts aremissing
- Five more artefacts looted from Malawi National Museum retrieved
Egypt demands the return of ancient artefacts being auctioned in Jerusalem
545 artifacts looted from Mallawi Museum recovered
- Sale of ancient Egyptian artefacts halted in Jerusalem
- Egypt asks for return of artefacts listed on eBay London
- Tomb of Head of Pharaohs Physicians of fifth dynasty discovered
- Egypt’s stolen Heritage
Life-size statue ofKing Ramses II found in Sharqiya
- Damage limitation looted items go on show at the Egyptian Museum
- Tutankhamen replica tomb to be re-erected in Luxor
- Monumental sites to be inaugurated in El Wadi El Gedid inWestern Desert
- Egypt plans ambitious renovation for Cairo museum
- Egyptian government deploys armed guards at remote temple sites
- Stolen Ancient Egyptian shrine recovered
- Antiquities Minister denies German team offer for reconciliation over stolen Cheops cartouche
- Enjoy Your Stay Catherine !!!!!
Ankhesom statue goes back to Egypt's Malawi Museum
- Man discovers ancient cemetery under his house
- Four mummies found in Aswan after attempted robbery
- Penalties imposed on two amateur German archaeologists
- 1524 objects were seized in a house in Giza
- Museum of Islamic Art WILL BE BACK
- The Art Institute of Chicago displays ancient Egyptian artifacts
- Egyptian antiquities ministry tries to stop sale of 23artifacts in US
- Gods of Egypt a Hollywood blockbuster
4,600-Year-Old Egyptian Pyramid
- Pele the legend at the Pyramids of Giza

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