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Link: Egyptian Religious Calendar for 2017 now available

Amentet Neferet have released a 2017 edition of their wonderful Egyptian Religious Calendar. The book uses the same astronomical events the Ancient Egyptians would have used to calculate when their new year and seasons would begin, making it different from books that fit it in with our modern calendar. 225 more words


King Tut European?


No diaspora chart.

Like, a map of Europe with prevalence clusters.


No cover-up there.

Lemme see the receipts.

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On January 4th, if you’ve already got some belly dance experience under your hip belt, you’re invited to try Romana’s Intermediate Tribal Fusion class for only 5 dollars! 105 more words

Belly Dance

12,000 - 2700 BC: Paleolithic cave paintings, Sumerian cuneiform, Egyptian Hieroglyphics, and Chinese logograms 🗿⛏✍🏻🈷️

Emoji have been extensively compared to a modernized version of Paleolithic cave paintings, estimated to be over 17,300 years old. Homo sapiens emerged on the African landscape 200,000 years ago but, leaving behind no archaeological record of the brain nor the development of our cognitive abilities, we look to abstract artistic relics to determine how our wiring has changed over time. 610 more words


December Programs at Vassar Brothers Institute

December Programs at Vassar Brothers Institute

Travel & Adventure Programs at
Poughkeepsie High School Auditorium
70 Forbus Street, Poughkeepsie, NY

7:30pm (Doors open at 6:45pm) 73 more words

Travel Films


Welcome to my world, my dear friend!!! I was waiting for you, you know? I hope you had a great day! I’ve been having this weird thoughts lately! 242 more words


Link: The Egyptian Bead Project

Finally a project that combines two of my loves: Egypt and beading.

the Egyptian Bead Project is a collaborative and multidisciplinary research program for all scholars interested in beads and beadwork.

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