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[In Toshka farm,near Egypts border with Sudan, the Egyptian goverment hopes to grow 2 million acres of wheat, alongside fruits such as the g...

[In Toshka farm,near Egypts border with Sudan, the Egyptian goverment hopes to grow 2 million acres of wheat, alongside fruits such as the g...

People of Upper Egypt. These are the faces of people that are remnants of the great civilization of the Pharaohs. Although you almost never see them in the modern Egyptian media, the original people are still there largely un-mixed and with separate culture. They have largely been squeezed out of the popular culture, but they are still proud and surviving.

fyeahblackhistory: Young Bishari’s of North

People of Upper Egypt. These are the faces of people that are remnants of the great civilization of the Pharaohs. Although you almost never see them in the modern Egyptian media, the original people are still there largely un-mixed and with separate culture. They have largely been squeezed out of the popular culture, but they are still proud and surviving.

Man selling mummies in Egypt, 1875. WHOA! This was one of the first pictures I saw of mummies when I was little that first got me interested in Ancient Egyptian culture! :D Aw nostalgia. haha

Man selling mummies in Egypt, 1875. WHOA! This was one of the first pictures I saw of mummies when I was little that first got me interested in Ancient Egyptian culture! :D Aw nostalgia. haha

Murad Bey's Procession In Cairo's Main Square In 1822 ; By Thomas Milton. Murad Bey (c. 1750 – 1801) was an Egyptian Mamluk chieftain (Bey), cavalry commander and joint ruler of Egypt with Ibrahim Bey. Following his defeat at the hands of Napoleon's armies at the Battle of the Pyramids, Murad fled to Upper Egypt, mounting a brief guerrilla campaign for a year.

Murad Bey's Procession In Cairo's Main Square In 1822 ; By Thomas Milton. Murad Bey (c. 1750 – 1801) was an Egyptian Mamluk chieftain (Bey), cavalry commander and joint ruler of Egypt with Ibrahim Bey. Following his defeat at the hands of Napoleon's armies at the Battle of the Pyramids, Murad fled to Upper Egypt, mounting a brief guerrilla campaign for a year.

Mummy of Artemidora from Meir Egypt 90-100 CE Painted and Gilded Plaster and Applique (5)

Mummy of Artemidora from Meir Egypt 90-100 CE Painted and Gilded Plaster and Applique (5)

Painted limestone Dynasty 12, reign of Senwosret I ca. 1961-1917 B.C. From the offering chamber of the pyramid temple of Senwosret I, Lisht

Painted limestone Dynasty 12, reign of Senwosret I ca. 1961-1917 B.C. From the offering chamber of the pyramid temple of Senwosret I, Lisht

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