Celebrating fatherhood in Ancient Egypt

Celebrating fatherhood in Ancient Egypt

Pharaoh and Son – or daughter? An everlasting bond. By Virginia Martos Armenteros Happy Father’s Day to all! Surely most fathers will be spending today relaxing with their families: having brunch with those near and dear, or reading special postcards,...
The Allure of Egypt’s Pyramids in Post Pandemic Times

The Allure of Egypt’s Pyramids in Post Pandemic Times

How Egypt’s enduring antiquities give us hope, insight, and inspiration. Ahhh…The pyramids of Egypt. Their magnificence, antiquity, and unfathomable human accomplishment inspire awe and amazement. Can you imagine how divine they would have appeared when still covered...
My First Visit to ROM’s Egyptian Collection

My First Visit to ROM’s Egyptian Collection

by Natalie Wong I have always been fascinated by the mysterious ancient Egyptian culture. Since becoming the Marketing Assistant of Ancient Egypt Alive, I have been eager to learn more about the history and culture of this ancient civilization. So, I sought out...
Ancient Egyptian Temples – an in-depth look

Ancient Egyptian Temples – an in-depth look

Special guest blog by Jeanne Whitehurst, English Egyptologist living in Aswan Temples were built for over 3,500 years in Ancient Egypt, the earliest, mostly, open courts sun temples to the sun god Re while the last one to be built was the cult Temple to Isis at Philae...
10 years of Egypt: 2010-2020

10 years of Egypt: 2010-2020

My Decade of Egyptomania by Laura Ranieri Khufu took almost 30 years to build the great pyramid. Some 4600 years later and for one sweet decade, I have immersed myself in the world of Egypt, both ancient and modern. It has been a journey of empowerment, adventure and...
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