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Houses in Egypt

In ancient Egypt there are no forests so houses weren’t made of wood. In the earliest inhabitants Egypt lived in papyrus reed huts. However, soon it was discovered that the mud left behind after the Nile’s annual flood could be made into bricks to be used to build buildings. 275 more words

It's like a slumber party, but during the day, and we're moving.

Joshua’s bike, Sara’s rent, Winnie’s school fees, and mattresses for Robin’s family — Just Because needs met

On April 22, we headed to some of Jinja’s surrounding villages to meet the needs funded by donors to Just Because. 1,344 more words


Bahar Dar

Where the Blue Nile tumbles over one of Africa’s largest waterfalls, a cataract that’s four hundred meters wide and forty meters deep during the rainy season. 13 more words

Tenacious: the hunt for Napoleon’s fleet

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A regular feature looking back on each of the Kydd titles – with story background, research highlights, writing challenges and more – plus a chance to win a copy of the book! 934 more words
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Beyond Mortal Dreams - Lamia (Review)

Death Metal – this is the latest EP from Australia’s Beyond Mortal Dreams.

Having previously heard their very enjoyable Dreaming Death EP I stated at the time that I couldn’t wait to hear more from them. 130 more words


Cheap Holidays To Nile

The NILE River is just one of the numerous destinations of Egypt. The trip planned to Cheap Holidays To Nile the Nile offers you a perception of the authentic Egyptian way of livings. 468 more words

Cheap Holidays To Nile

Lost technology of Ancient Egypt - irrigation and agriculture

Irrigation as the artificial application of water to the soil was used to some extent in Ancient Egypt, a hydraulic civilization (which entails hydraulic engineering).  80 more words

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