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Myrrh Oil - The Numerous Benefits and Varied Importance

Myrrh is a sweet scented paste made from a number of small, thorny tree species of Cammiphora. This natural gum has been used thoroughly in the history as a perfume, incense and medicine. 472 more words

Myrrh Oils

Davayte yest (that's 'Lets eat' in Russian according to Google) #IntrepidEaterDxb

So as most of you know, if you are following my social media timeline, I love food, the Ahmed sisters, family, friends and an excuse to try something new (and not necessarily in that order). 614 more words


Nefertiti, by Michelle Moran

Riveting historical fiction takes us back 3,000 years to ancient Egypt and a passionate, headstrong, 15-year-old queen. Told from the perspective of Nefertiti’s quieter sister, Mutnodjmet, this is a compelling page-turner, sweeping you into the politics and the shifting alliances of a court run by a selfish teen. Recommended.

Historical Fiction

What It Is and What It Ain’t: Tour of the Neues Museum

By Lyric Jackson

Full of an assortment of lunch and energy-filled beverages, my classmates and I made our way towards the Neues Museum to experience the… 657 more words

FemGeniuses In Berlin

Episode 06: Museum Island


Museuminsel, 10178 Berlin


  • UNESCO World Heritage site
  • It contains the oldest museum in Germany and the most visited one

The Museum Island is one of Berlin’s most famous sites and there are good reasons for that. 317 more words


The beautiful one has arrived

I’m really far behind on these posts- but there is one museum visit I am desperate to record here; the Neues Museum in Berlin. I studied Egyptology for my undergrad degree so, naturally, when the Museum Society announced a budget international trip to Berlin I jumped at the chance to see the bust of Nefertiti in real life, after studying the Amarna period in detail for three years. 782 more words

Museum Studies