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' Parade' and 'The Army' are etchings made from drawings done at Deir el Bahri. 'The Army' represents a trading expedition to the Land of Punt (thought to be somewhere on the coast of Somalia) and shows Nehsi the Nubian general.

' Parade' and 'The Army' are etchings made from drawings done at Deir el Bahri. 'The Army' represents a trading expedition to the Land of Punt (thought to be somewhere on the coast of Somalia) and shows Nehsi the Nubian general.

'Nebamun's wife is dressed as though she is going to a banquet. She wears jewellery around her neck and arms, as well as a cone of perfumed wax on her head. People wanted to be shown in wall reliefs wearing their best clothing and jewellery because they believed that it would help them to have those things in the afterlife.' (Image from Nebamun's tomb

'Nebamun's wife is dressed as though she is going to a banquet. She wears jewellery around her neck and arms, as well as a cone of perfumed wax on her head. People wanted to be shown in wall reliefs wearing their best clothing and jewellery because they believed that it would help them to have those things in the afterlife.' (Image from Nebamun's tomb

Written in Coptic (an Egyptian language), the Gospel of Jesus's Wife, if authentic, suggests that some people in ancient times believed Jesus was married, apparently to Mary Magdalene.

Written in Coptic (an Egyptian language), the Gospel of Jesus's Wife, if authentic, suggests that some people in ancient times believed Jesus was married, apparently to Mary Magdalene.

Sadigh Gallery's Ancient Egyptian Bronze statue of Isis and Baby Horus - Bronze statue of a seated Isis and Baby Horus. Isis is the protective Goddess who used magic spells to help people in need, the wife of Osiris and the mother of Horus. Isis wearing a sun disc crown. Traces of green patina. 26th Dynasty. 663-525 BC (7" X 1 1/2")

Sadigh Gallery's Ancient Egyptian Bronze statue of Isis and Baby Horus - Bronze statue of a seated Isis and Baby Horus. Isis is the protective Goddess who used magic spells to help people in need, the wife of Osiris and the mother of Horus. Isis wearing a sun disc crown. Traces of green patina. 26th Dynasty. 663-525 BC (7" X 1 1/2")

NOTICE THE LAD TO THE RIGHT HAS THE AFRO AND IS CARRYING THE GRAPES FOR HIS MASTER THE EGYPTIAN BOY WEARING AN HEADDRESS WHICH WAS AN EGYPTIAN CUSTOM

NOTICE THE LAD TO THE RIGHT HAS THE AFRO AND IS CARRYING THE GRAPES FOR HIS MASTER THE EGYPTIAN BOY WEARING AN HEADDRESS WHICH WAS AN EGYPTIAN CUSTOM

Celebrating another Book completion, "Imitate Their Faith" September 2016.  First Row (left to right): Pharaoh Daughter with Baby Moses, Miriam, Sarah and Queen Esther.  Second Row (left to right): Elizabeth, Asenath (Joseph Wife), Abigail, Egyptian Lady who accepted to service Jehovah, Young David,  John the Baptist, Joseph (Zaphenath-paneah) and the good King Josiah.  Want to learn about this people of faith? Visit JW.org  Photographer by: AriStyle Shots

Celebrating another Book completion, "Imitate Their Faith" September 2016. First Row (left to right): Pharaoh Daughter with Baby Moses, Miriam, Sarah and Queen Esther. Second Row (left to right): Elizabeth, Asenath (Joseph Wife), Abigail, Egyptian Lady who accepted to service Jehovah, Young David, John the Baptist, Joseph (Zaphenath-paneah) and the good King Josiah. Want to learn about this people of faith? Visit JW.org Photographer by: AriStyle Shots

It's an Egyptian dessert that contains phyllo dough or puff pastry, milk and nuts. Use any kind of nuts that you would like and eat it with a spoon. Legend has it that Om Ali was the first wife of the sultan Ezz El Din Aybek. When the sultan died, his second wife had a dispute with Om Ali, resulting in the second wife's death. To celebrate, Om Ali made this dessert and distributed it among the people of the land.

It's an Egyptian dessert that contains phyllo dough or puff pastry, milk and nuts. Use any kind of nuts that you would like and eat it with a spoon. Legend has it that Om Ali was the first wife of the sultan Ezz El Din Aybek. When the sultan died, his second wife had a dispute with Om Ali, resulting in the second wife's death. To celebrate, Om Ali made this dessert and distributed it among the people of the land.

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