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24 Sep 2005
I learnt through a topic that some people in here are interested in languages.
How about a topic where we can share our languages? I'll suggest a greeting for example and members who are interested can post their translation of it in their own languages. (In English letters plz, so that we can all pronounce it)
I'm an Arab, so I hope I can be useful as one cool.gif

Good Morning

"Sabah el kheir" -----------> Arabic
" Ohayoo Gozaimus" ------> Japanese
" Bonjour" ------------------> French

Anybody interested to add to my list?
24 Sep 2005


Ancient Egyptian history covers a continuous period of over three thousand years. To put this in perspective - most modern countries count their histories in hundreds of years. Only modern China can come anywhere near this in terms of historical continuity.

Egyptian culture declined and disappeared nearly two thousand years ago. The last vestiges of the living culture ceased to exist in AD 391 when the Byzantine Emperor Theodosius I closed all pagan temples throughout the Roman Empire.

It was not until Napoleon's invasion of Egypt in 1798 that the wonderful artefacts of the Egyptians were seen in Europe and their ancient culture began to awaken from its long slumber.


Major Pharaohs of Egypt

Menes- United upper and lower Egypt in 3100 BC
Ramses II - Defeated the Hittites and returned Egypt to Egyptian rule.
Nefertiti - influential wife of Amenhotep, mother-in-law to Tutkanamon.
Amenhotep (later called Akhenaton)-moved the capital and changed worship from polytheism to monotheism. The main god became Amon Ra and only the royal family could worship him.
Cleopatra - last Pharaoh of Egypt
Hatshepsut - female Pharaoh who stabilized Egypt, built many new structures which provided work for many.
Tutkanhamon-young Pharaoh found with his tomb intact.
Which kingdom did they live?

Click here for more information about those kings and queens.















Cairo ( the capital of Egypt) - known to be one of the most mysterious and fascinating cities in the world. The jewel of the Nile and the heart of ancient civilisation.

Just a few words are needed to conjure up the magnificence and splendour of Cleopatra's Empire and Tutankhamuns all-powerful domain. In Cairo the Egyptian Museum will be visited, where some of the finest specimens of antiquities can be admired including the treasures from the tomb of Tutankhamun, collections of jewellery and some of the most precious objects ever discovered.

Shimmering in the desert are the Pyramids, one of the Seven Wonders of the World and the Sphinx, a witness to Egypt's compelling past, daunting in its wake.

Finally a Papyrus factory and an oriental souvenir shop will be visited where you can buy fantastic souvenirs to take home to remind you of the splendours of Egypt.
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