Zosers Pyramid archeological remains, Saqqara necropolis, near Memphis, Egypt

Zosers Pyramid archeological remains, Saqqara necropolis, near Memphis, Egypt

Close-up of the face of an alabaster sphinx dating from the New Kingdom, Memphis, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Close-up of the face of an alabaster sphinx dating from the New Kingdom, Memphis, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

In 2050 B.C. Memphis Egypt held the title of biggest city in the world with some 35000 people calling the outpost at the mouth of the Nile Delta home. Fast forward 4000 years and Delhi India is expected to take the crown. for https://handbooking.tech.blog

In 2050 B.C. Memphis Egypt held the title of biggest city in the world with some 35000 people calling the outpost at the mouth of the Nile Delta home. Fast forward 4000 years and Delhi India is expected to take the crown. for https://handbooking.tech.blog

Rosetta Stone  / The Rosetta Stone is a granodiorite stele, found in 1799, inscribed with three versions of a decree issued at Memphis, Egypt in 196 BC during the Ptolemaic dynasty on behalf of King Ptolemy V. The top and middle texts are in Ancient Egyptian using hieroglyphic script and Demotic script, respectively, while the bottom is in Ancient Greek.

Rosetta Stone / The Rosetta Stone is a granodiorite stele, found in 1799, inscribed with three versions of a decree issued at Memphis, Egypt in 196 BC during the Ptolemaic dynasty on behalf of King Ptolemy V. The top and middle texts are in Ancient Egyptian using hieroglyphic script and Demotic script, respectively, while the bottom is in Ancient Greek.

Memphis Egypt.According to legends, Memphis – a city located south of Cairo – was founded around 3000 BC by the pharaoh Menes. It used to be the ancient capital of Lower Egypt and thrived as a cultural, commercial, religious and trading hub. The city was abandoned as the Roman Empire came into prominence

The Seven Lost Cities Of The World

Memphis Egypt.According to legends, Memphis – a city located south of Cairo – was founded around 3000 BC by the pharaoh Menes. It used to be the ancient capital of Lower Egypt and thrived as a cultural, commercial, religious and trading hub. The city was abandoned as the Roman Empire came into prominence

Memphis - Egypt - 500 BC - Troop of funerary servant figures Shabtis in the name of Neferibreheb / Louvre-Lens

Memphis - Egypt - 500 BC - Troop of funerary servant figures Shabtis in the name of Neferibreheb / Louvre-Lens

Pinterest
Search