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Probability Hypothesis and Evidence of Astronomical Observatories in Ancient Egypt
Ancient Egyptians constructed their temples and tombs in a precise orientation to specific astronomical points, as seen in the designs of the Old Kingdom pyramids and related temples. This preciseExpand
The Unidentified Temple Scene in TT 55
This paper investigated the unidentified temple scene in TT 55 of Ramose that dates back to the reign of King Akhenaten, and located in Sheik Abd El-Qurnah necropolis,   the main aim of this paper isExpand
AN UNPUBLISHED PEDESTAL OF RAMSES II FROM ANTINOOPOLIS WITH REFERENCE TO NINE BOWS
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This paper aims to study an alabaster pedestal of Ramses II, preserved in the World Museum (Liverpool 1966.159), inscribed with lines and columns of Hieroglyphic inscriptions written in vertical and horizontal ways, which refer to the nicknames of Ramse II and the Nine Bows, the conventional enemies of the ancient Egyptians. Expand
Temples’ Representations in Theban Private Tombs: Location Significance
Ancient Egyptians paid attention to choose the scenes to depict on the tomb walls. They believed that these scenes, which commemorated their life’s accomplishments, would help them in the afterlife.Expand
The Ceremonial Posts of Wsir King in the Afterlife
The concept of nTrw has many assumptions, which had been used in the ancient Egyptian religion and literature, as gods, good spirits, evil spirits, snakes, king’s helpers, king’s enemies and otherExpand
LINGUISTIC SYMBOLIC APPROACH OF ANCIENT EGYPTIAN DIFFERENTIATION BETWEEN NORTHERN AND SOUTHERN CONSTELLATIONS
The ancient Egyptians believed that the sky was divided into northern and southernhemispheres separated by a winding channel called Mr-n-xA, each section contained an astralentity which has uniqueExpand