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Egypt History Books
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infoPlease.com - Egyptian Mythology
A specialized section about Egyptian Mythology, from Infoplease.com. This glossary introduces main characters from the stories and legends of Egyptian Mythology, with brief description about each character.
Online Egyptology community. Offers ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs courses, open Egyptology discussion forums discussing ancient Egypt and more.
Ancient Egypt Film Site
Offers a concise overview of motion pictures and TV movies that have Ancient Egypt and Egyptology connotations and films that prominently feature ancient Egyptian monuments or sites.
King Tut One
Walk through King Tutankhamun's virtual tomb, view pictures during the excavation, or learn about his father Akhenaten.
Article on Bast, with notes, by Rev. Stephanie Cass.
Coins of Roman Egypt
Devoted to Alexandrian coinage under the Romans, with essays, photographs and descriptions of individual coins, maps and links to more resources.
Ancient Egypt Online
Website dedicated to the peoples of Ancient Egypt. Kings list, hieroglyphs, the gods, monuments, society, mysteries and more.
The Amarna Site
Discusses the 'Heretic Pharaoh' Akhenaten, his family and the Amarna revolution. Includes original photographs and information on Amarna collections.
Wonders of Ancient Egypt
Dedicated to the wonders, mysteries, religion and history of ancient and modern Egypt. With details and resources on various related topics.
Coptic History, Egypt
Specialized encyclopedia offering historical information about the Copts of Egypt.
TourEgypt.net - History of Egypt
Published by the Ministry of Tourism, Egypt and the Egyptian Tourist Authority; over 40 essays on all periods of Egyptian history, from Lower Paleolithic to British Occupation.
An introduction to the pharaoh Akhenaten and the mysteries of his life, his religion and his reign.
Egyptian Gods: Summaries
Descriptions of the Gods in dictionary type format.
Egyptian mathematical fractions, including algorithms, transcriptions of network conversations and links to other Egyptian mathematical resources.