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Written by: Yasmin Emad 18 فبراير

“Fayum portraits”.. 900 Portraits revive Egyptians lived 2000 years ago

Faiyum mummy portraits are described as the oldest portrayal of the human face. For the first time in history, and instead of depicting the person laterally, even if the body was drawn from the front or the back, as shown in Pharaonic temples’ paintings, Faiyum portraits depict the person

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“Aragouz (Egyptian Puppet)”.. Created by Ancient Egyptians to Address Kings

The dialogue between el-Aragouz (puppet) and el-Omda (mayor) in the Egyptian puppet operetta, el-Leila el-Kebira (The Grand Night), written by Salah Jahin and composed by Sayed Mekawy, describes the celebration of the moulid in Egypt perfectly, via various puppets made by the artist Nagy Shaker,

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"Tahtib".. Pharaonic Martial Art Turned into a Folk Dance

In Upper Egypt, we always hear the words, "It is a passion. We cannot do without in weddings and celebrations". Even children stand aside, making a circle, with two children in the center playing the game, which is described as "passion", with a stick called "Mahabba"

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Written by: Yasmin Emad 06 مارس

Fifty Egyptian Scientists in Dialogue with Cancer under the Slogan "Friendship is The Solution"

The last thing a cancer, rheumatoid, or any other incurable disease patient can imagine is that the first step of treatment is to make a dialogue with the cells of the disease itself! These are the findings of an Egyptian medical team in the Department of Radiology and Biophysics at the

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