Links to other Egyptian sites

Egypt in the English Language

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  • Ancient Egypt Magazine
    Researched and written by experts in the field of Egyptology. Its lively and informed style appeals to the many thousands of ordinary people fascinated by this early civilisation, and provides them with the latest news on their interest.
  • Ancient Egyptian Society Contacts
    A list of Egyptology societies and groups in the UK offering a range of activities to interested amateurs.
  • Math and Reading Help for Kids
    Math and Reading Help for Kids is a comprehensive directory of original articles, tips, and resources to help parents and children make informed decisions.
  • Travellers in Egypt
    This site is devoted to the life and discoveries of travellers to Egypt from ancient times to the nineteenth century.
    This website has a number of tools designed for people interested in the language and literature of ancient Egypt. There's an English-Egyptian dictionary and you can compose sentences using a web-based tool for writing in hieroglyphs.
    The database includes 4675 signs
  • The Egyptian Museum in Cairo
    The Egyptian government established the 'Service des Antiques de l' Egypte' in 1835 mainly to halt the plundering of archaeological sites. The present museum exhibits over 120 000 objects.
  • British Museum
    Information about the collections on display in the museum's galleries
  • Quest Experiences
    Tons of tips and tricks for creating amazing ancient Egypt themed parties and treasure hunts
  • BBC Education Web Index
    Education links for school children and adults from the world's oldest broadcasting company.
  • Theban Mapping Project
    Up-to-date excavation reports and progress on tomb KV 5 along with a wide range of resources on the Theban Necropolis, Valley of the Kings and the field of Egyptology.
  • Scottish Egyptology
    Lists all Egyptological collections and resources housed in Scotland, including some unique photographs.
  • Egyptian Book of the Dead & Elysian Fields
    By Gallica, Doreen Messenger B.A., B.Sc., A.R.I.C.
    Check out these hand tinted photographs taken inside tombs during the early 1920's. Many of the paintings were still intact in those days and the details are beautiful.
  • Mystery of the Great Pyramid
    A French architect claims to have solved the mystery of how Egypt's Great Pyramid was built. Jean-Pierre Houdin said the 4,500-year-old pyramid was built using an inner ramp to lift the massive stones into place.
  • Mastaba tomb K1 at Beit Khallaf
    Third dynasty (2650-2375 BC) by Ottar Vendel.
    This is an excellent description of a rarely visited and remote Egyptian Mastaba with some really good photos.
  • Ask Aladdin Khalifa
    If youâ're traveling to Egypt and want to know General Travel Tips and muck more ask Aladdin Khalifa.
    1923. Luxor. News spreads of the discovery of King Tutankhamen's tomb. "There is drama in the very air of the place and I want to be there to cover it for the Geographic," says National Geographic correspondent Maynard O. Williams as he speeds to Egypt.
  • The Egyptian Book of the Dead
    Translated by Sir E.A. Wallis Budge
  • Ancient Egypt: the Mythology
    web site specializing in Egyptian mythology
  • Reeder's Egypt Page
    This site looks lovely
  • Possible Methods of Pyramid Construction
    Speculation about the building of the Ancient Egyptian Pyramids
  • Egypt's Tourism Net
    If you are travelling to Egypt this site has essential information .
  • Medicine of Ancient Egypt
    The Egyptians were one of the first people to have paracticing doctors. The oldest known doctor is Imhotep.
  • Ancient Egyptian Mythology
    Within the great epic myths are explained many smaller mysteries of life along the Nile.
  • The Clickable Mummy
    Click on different parts of the Mummy to view interesting facts and information about the mummification process.
  • 78 Egyptan Gods - Religion of the Egyptians
    By Ottar Vendel

Egypt in foreign languages

Imagining Egypt - for all ages with 192 pages and hundreds of illustrations.
Ancient Egyptian Anecdotes - translations of ancient Egyptian texts.

Imagining Egypt special signed edition comes with a CD ROM containing four software programs including the Hieroglyphic Print Machine V1 + Videos, music and other stuff. Ancient Egyptian Anecdotes is packed with translations of ancient Egyptian texts.