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Egyptian-American Mission Discovers Ancient Canopic Jars in Luxor Tomb - Egyptian Streets

An Egyptian-American mission from the South Asasif conservation project has discovered a well-preserved collection of canopic jars dating to the 26th Dynasty in Karabasken's tomb on the West Bank of Luxor. Dr. Mostafa Waziri, General Secretary of the ...

26th Dynasty canopic jars discovered at Luxor's South Asasif necropolis - Ahram Online

Excavators at a tomb in Luxor have found four canopic jars from the 26th Dynasty, dedicated to “the lady of the house Amenirdis.” The discovery was made by an Egyptian-American mission led by Elena Pischikova and Fathy Yassin during conservation work ...

Canopic jars discovered in tomb of Karabasken in Luxor - Egypttoday

CAIRO – 25 June 2018: A well-preserved set of canopic jars was discovered in the tomb of Karabasken (TT 391), in the South Asasif Necropolis on the West Bank of Luxor by the Egyptian- American mission of South Asasif Conservation Project, working ...

New archaeological site uncovered in Elkab desert - Egypttoday

CAIRO – 13 June 2018: An Egyptian- American archaeological mission from Yale University discovered an archaeological site, which was used in several eras as a quarry and a place for manufacturing flint in Elkab desert, Aswan, according to Ministry of ...

American Missionary Ray Travis and his Armenian Legacy - Hetq Online

In 1919, the Orphans' Union (headquartered in Egypt) opened an orphanage in the city. In that same year, the orphanage of the Near East ... At the conclusion of the war, instead of returning to the United States, Travis received a discharge from the ...

Archaeologists unveil two major discoveries in Upper Egypt's Tel Edfu and Kom Ombo - Ahram Online

At the Tel Edfu archaeological site, a joint Egyptian-American archaeological mission with researchers from The University of Chicago has uncovered the late Fifth Dynasty (2498–2345 BCE) administrative complex. Mostafa Waziri, secretary-general of the ...

I embraced Islam by reading Qur'an - Arab News

25, 1959, I sent a telegram to Dr. Thompson, head of the American Mission in Egypt informing him that I had embraced Islam. When I told my true story to Dr. Jamal he was completely astonished. When I declared my conversion to Islam, new troubles began.

The Failures of the International Community in the Middle East since the Sykes-Picot Agreement, 1916-2016 - Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs

Europe, and especially France, usually intervened after the failure of an American mission. Sometimes Europe was ..... Israel restored the territories to the Egyptians following intense American and Soviet pressure. Note that the young state was only ...

The tomb of Abydos dynasty king found: Gallery - Ahram Online

An American excavation mission from the University of Pennsylvania uncovered the name of an ancient Egyptian king from the Abydos dynasty during the second Intermediate Period (1650 BC) during routine excavations south of Abydos archaeological site.

A Deadly Mix in Benghazi - New York Times

One of his allies, the leader of Benghazi's most overtly anti-Western militia, Ansar al-Shariah, boasted a few months before the attack that his fighters could “flatten” the American Mission. Surveillance of the American ... Like virtually all ...

Benghazi Mission Attack Fast Facts - CNN International

September 11, 2012 - Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney releases a statement at about 10:30 p.m. ET, "I'm outraged by the attacks on American diplomatic missions in Libya and Egypt and by the death of an American mission worker in Benghazi.

Obama Sending US Troops to Egypt - The New American

As Egyptians prepare for massive protests against the U.S. government-backed Muslim Brotherhood regime of Mohamed Morsi, the Obama administration is set to deploy hundreds of American troops to Egypt. While more than a few analysts have argued that U.S ...

The American Mission in Egypt is the name often given to the operations of the United Presbyterian Church of North America that began in Cairo in 1854. Americans journeyed to Egypt with the hope of converting Coptic Christians in Egypt to Protestantism.

The American Mission in Egypt is the name often given to the operations of the United Presbyterian Church of North America that began in Cairo in 1854. Americans journeyed to Egypt with the hope of converting Coptic Christians in Egypt to Protestantism.