Asyut

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of Asyut. The main differences between the two dialects seem to be only graphic in nature, though Lycopolitan was used extensively for translations of gnostic (Gnosticism) and Manichaean (Manichaeism) works, including the Nag Hammadi library texts. Ancestry Gamal's father, Abdel Nasser Hussein, was born on 11 July 1888 in Beni Mur, a village near the city of Asyut in southern Egypt (Upper Egypt), to Hussein Khalil Sultan.


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Nasser Mohammed Mahmoud, were delivered by Caesarean section in a hospital in Asyut, Egypt * In 2003 Sohna and Mohna were born in India


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of Asyut. The main differences between the two dialects seem to be only graphic in nature, though Lycopolitan was used extensively for translations of gnostic (Gnosticism) and Manichaean (Manichaeism) works, including the Nag Hammadi library texts. Ancestry Gamal's father, Abdel Nasser Hussein, was born on 11 July 1888 in Beni Mur, a village near the city of Asyut in southern Egypt (Upper Egypt), to Hussein Khalil Sultan.


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, WMF Petrie (William Matthew Flinders Petrie) developed a system called Sequence Dating by which the relative date, if not the absolute date, of any given predynastic site can be ascertained by examining its pottery. The Darb el-Arbain (Kharga Oasis) trade route, passing through Kharga in the south and Asyut in the north, was used from as early as the Old Kingdom (Old Kingdom of Egypt) for the transport and trade of gold, ivory, spices, wheat, animals and plants

as Sharif of Mecca—who bestowed on Ali by an official proclamation the titles Sultan of Egypt and Khan of the Two Seas. In 1771, in virtue of this authorisation, he then struck coins in his own name and ordered his name to be mentioned in public worship. thumb 200px left Map sheet showing Kharga Oasis. (File:Kharga txu-oclc-6949452-ng-36-9.jpg) The Darb el-Arbain trade route, passing through Kharga in the south and Asyut in the north, was a long caravan route running north-south between

Middle Egypt and the Sudan. It was used from as early as the Old Kingdom of Egypt for the transport and trade of gold, ivory, spices, wheat, animals and plants. Jobbins, Jenny. "The 40 days' nightmare," in ''Al-Ahram,'' 13–19 November 2003, Issue No. 664. Published in Cairo, Egypt. The maximum extent of the Darb el-Arbain was northward from Kobbei, 25 miles north of al-Fashir, passing through the desert, through Bir Natrum


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* Loprieno, Antonio: ''Ancient Egyptian: A Linguistic Introduction'', Oxford U Press 1996. ISBN 0-521-44849-2 * Baines & Malek ''Cultural Atlas of Ancient Egypt'', 2000. ISBN 0-8160-4036-2 * Kahl, Jochem: "Ancient Asyut: The first Synthesis after Three Hundred Years of Research", ''The Asyut Project vol. I''. Wiesbaden 2008. ISBN 978-3-447-05666-3 External links *


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, a type of red and brown pottery which has been painted black on its top and interior. Gardiner (1964), p.388 He was born in Port Sudan in 1937 and lived the first years of his life there, before moving with his family to Wad Madani, to the south east of Khartoum on the Blue Nile. From here he was sent to boarding school in Asyut in Middle Egypt, from where he returned to Wad Madani for the summer holidays before his father’s

The Tasian culture was the next in Upper Egypt. This culture group is named for the burials found at Der Tasa, on the east bank of the Nile between Asyut and Akhmim. The Tasian culture group is notable for producing the earliest blacktop-ware, a type of red and brown pottery that is painted black on the top and interior. This pottery is vital to the dating of predynastic Egypt. Because all dates for the predynastic period are tenuous at best


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. Jobbins, Jenny. "The 40 days' nightmare", in ''Al-Ahram'', 13–19 November 2003, Issue No. 664. Published in Cairo, Egypt. Later, Ancient Roman (Ancient Rome)s would protect the route by lining it with varied forts and small outposts, some guarding large settlements complete with cultivation. Please refer to Kharga Oasis. Described by Herodotus as a road "traversed ... in forty days", it became by his time an important

Middle Egypt and the Sudan. It was used from as early as the Old Kingdom of Egypt for the transport and trade of gold, ivory, spices, wheat, animals and plants. Jobbins, Jenny. "The 40 days' nightmare," in ''Al-Ahram,'' 13–19 November 2003, Issue No. 664. Published in Cairo, Egypt. The maximum extent of the Darb el-Arbain was northward from Kobbei, 25 miles north of al-Fashir, passing through the desert, through Bir Natrum

Asyut

'''Asyut''' More often spelled '''''Assiout''''' or '''''Assiut''''' . ( .

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