The Canadian and the Cow Shrine: An Egypt Discovery Story

The Canadian and the Cow Shrine: An Egypt Discovery Story

Charles Currelly and The Hathor Shine from Deir el Bahri  Picture of Charles Currelly, Rom Founder, Wikipedia The Hathor Cow Shine, on discovery  For more than a century, the Hathor shrine with its cow statue has been a unique masterpiece within Cairo’s Egyptian...
A Visit to the Egyptian Museum in Barcelona

A Visit to the Egyptian Museum in Barcelona

By Virginia Martos Armenteros Have you ever visited the great city of Barcelona in Spain? Whether yes or no, you’ve surely heard of its great monuments like the Sagrada Familia and its famous soccer team, FC Barcelona. Maybe you’ve tasted its delicious food,...
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...
Bread in Ancient Egypt.

Bread in Ancient Egypt.

How it was made, how it tasted, archaeological findings, and other fun facts. By Virginia Martos Armenteros. Bread. Who hasn´t tried to make it during the pandemic to kill the hours? Few smells in this life are sweeter freshly baked bread right out of the oven. Fluffy...
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