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... all of the amazing jewellery and amulets he was buried with! So so cool, we also saw clothes that he wore including an ancient condom which was a piece of linen which he used to cover his parts and would use oils as lubricants. Crazy crazy!
In another room they had lots and lots of mummies! They are so amazingly preserved you can see skin and teeth and hair. We saw Rameses II and Queen Hetshetsup plus many more. Very amazing. There was even an animal ...
... of school I had my kids introduce themselves and talk about what they did over the summer - a typical first day introductory activity. My kids announced that they had spent the summer in Pairs or Dubai or Saudi Arabia or the UK. Without flinching, they shared their summer holidays; I reminisced in my mind about past classes sharing that they had gone to the beach for a few days, or to Portland. Some announced that their parents were engineers or ambassadors or ...
... English? It's the same here. We are in the Egyptian's country. It is our responsibility to communicate with them, not the other way around...Just sayin'
Again, if you are hearing stuff on the news, know that I am safe and in a calm place. If their are demonstrations going on, I don't hear them or see them,and am certainly not trying to organize them!!!. The only thing I hear outside my window is the constant honking of taxis...May peace be upon you! LOVE YOU GUYS!!!!
... I found that it was so interesting because there were artifacts strewn about the area that you can walk up to, touch and photograph at your leisure.
We then travelled nearby to Saqqara. It is estimated that only 1/3 of the site has been uncovered to date, so there is still a lot of uncovered treasure to be found! The pyramid at Saqqara is dated back to 2650 BC. This pyramid was the first one made of stone with 6 Mastabas on top of one another (structure in ...
... the most possessions buried with him of all the kings. We also visited the mummies room where the bodies of kings had been taken from their tombs and stored in the museum for our benefit, although I'm not sure everyone would call it that. It was quite amazing to see how they were preserved and how well they were preserved, many still had their hair. Still thousands of years on and the bodies were in such good order- well as good as could be for a dead person. From there we visited ...
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