In this episode of Ancient Egyptian Literature, we are delving into the Battle of Kadesh, a monumental military action between Rameses the Great and the Hittites. Two versions of this story appear in ancient Egypt. The first, the official report, also called the bulletin, with …
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book summary and review of the priests of ancient Egypt by serge Sauneron. Magazines and periodicals have the February 2008 issue of national geographic with the black pharaohs, conquerors of ancient Egypt by Robert draper, research on the web has baking ancient Egyptian bread, geography …
Join me as we explore the Naswtw – Papyrus sedge rulers of Upper Egypt, and Bityaw – or bee rulers of Lower Egypt, approximately 8000 years ago, and learn of the Egypt of the Predynastic Pharaohs.
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Sakhamat is the seemingly dichotomous natjarat deity of both war, destruction and death, as well as healing and physicians. Please join us as we delve into the mysteries of this goddess of power https://media.blubrry.com/kamatradio/p/pdcn.co/e/kamatradio.com/radio/gods/sakhamat.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Email | RSS
Episode 4 – book summary and review of of Food Fit for Pharaohs: An Ancient Egyptian Cookbook. The may/June 2020 issue of Archaeology has the discovery of a leopard painting, a genome study of ibis mummies, ceremonial and magic weapons, and site preservation of Deir …
The tale of the Eloquent peasant is a story from the Middle Kingdom of ancient Egypt but set in the era about a hundred years before, in what is called today as the First Intermediate Period. It is a tale of truth, justice, balance, and righteousness, what the ancient Egyptians called Ma’at. There are many culturally significant facets to this story which will be explained in detail as usual after the conclusion of the story.
Book Summary and Review: Ancient Egyptian Medicine by John F. Nunn. Research on the web: American Research Center in Egypt ARCE’s E-Newsletter, ASOR The American Schools of Oriental Research, A 20-sided die of Ptolemaic origin, the Theban Mapping Project TMP. Electronic Documents: The Bremner-Rhind Papyrus—II …
Beginning of Time ~ End of Eternity – Calendar of Ancient Egypt: Harw Harayw Ranapat – Days Above the Year
A discussion of the ancient Egyptian calendar entries for the Days above the year, the five days that were added by Thoth, god of wisdom to provide time above the year for the birth of the five children of the sky goddess Nwat – Nut, …
Book Review: Ancient Egyptian Literature vol. II: The New Kingdom. Research on the Web: AERA – Ancient Egypt Research Associates, Inc. Electronic Document: An Ancient Egyptian Hunting Ritual by Eberhard Otto. The Par Madja’t of Kamat is located at https://reconstructingancientegypt.org/houseofbooks/
A dramatic telling of the creation myth of the Temple of Horus of Edfu https://media.blubrry.com/kamatradio/p/pdcn.co/e/kamatradio.com/radio/myths/reckoning-of-the-mounds-of-the-primeval-time.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download Subscribe: Email | RSS