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THE GREAT HALL
The GODS of Ancient Egypt
The Myth of Osiris
Isis, Goddess of Love
Horus & Seth
Egyptian Gods' Chant
Tutankhamun
Review: Assassination/Tut
Tut-Mania
Tutankhamun & Ankhesenamun
The List of KINGS
The Complete MUMMY
The Animal Mummy Project
The SCRIBE
Horoscope Calendar
webhotep in Egypt (2001)
Dig Sites
Life In Ancient Egypt
Hymn To The Aten
Akhenaten
The Place of Inspiration
The Wisdom
Ancient Love
Ancient Games
Ancient Egyptian Magic
Ancient Breeds
The Dogs of Ancient Egypt
Cats in Ancient Egypt
Dawn of the 18th Dynasty
The Glossary
Links to Egypt
Book Reviews
The Gallery
King Scorpion . . .
Review: The Mummy Returns
Review: The Scorpion King
The Real Scorpion King
Review: Tayih Fi Amrika
Scorpion Magic
Egypt in Hollywood
The Egypt Trip (2000)
WEBHOTEP.com Reader Survey
HOTEPseeks
The Making of WEBHOTEP.COM
Q&A
The Pyramids of Giza
Mosque of Mohammed Ali
Temples of Karnak
Valley of the Kings
Hathshepsut Temple
Dendera Temple
Saqqara
Last Day, Night in Egypt
Skar: The Saqqara Physician
Akhenaten Coffin
Ptah-shepses
About Us
Pharaoh.Land
Review: Mummy/Be King
Queen Tiye
 
Links to Egypt

 
The Plateau Dr. Zawi Hawass' Site
Dr. Zawi Hawass, courtesy Fox Television.

Dr. Zawi Hawass is a pre-eminent Egyptologist and is Director of the Giza and Saqqara sites. We frequently feature news of the Dr. Hawass' most recent excavations, papers, lectures and reports from the doctor's many television appearances.

http://guardians.net/hawass   

 
Guardian's Egypt Ancient Egypt on the Web
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Guardian's Egypt is one of the most comprehensive Egypt pages on the World Wide Web. The site features fascinating articles, frequently updated sections and links to the major Egypt sites on the web. The site is always up to date!

http://guardians.net/egypt    [email protected]

 
ABZU Guide to Resources For the Study of the Ancient Near East on the Internet
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Part of the Oriental Institute, University of Chicago, the site provides indices, research papers, as well as, general resources for the academic or professional. There links to the Institute's Museum and to it's department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations.

http://www-oi.uchicago.edu/OI/DEPT/RA/ABZU/ABZU_REGINDX_EGYPT_AUTHOR.HTML   

 
Ancient Egypt Resources 
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A beautifully conceived site, here you'll find an eclectic range of links to the world Egypt on the web. The essays reflect an absolute dedication to scholarship and reverence for an ancient world.

http://www3.50megs.com/ralphv/egypt   

 
Victor's Egyptology Scarabs, Pyramids, mummies & more . . .
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This is a delightful site, the dedicated effort of a 12 year-old scholar from Norway. Victor covers a wide variety of topics from mummification to news articles on Cleopatra's handwriting.

http://home.online.no/~shammas/index.html#home   

 
Ancient Egypt "Knowledge that is not used is knowledge that is abused."

This site lists Egypt links, the best of which is webmaster, Steve Beikirch's own site--A comprehensive photo essay on Egypt. The impressive images go from Cairo to Abu Simbel, from Dendera to Saqqara and all points in between.

http://personalwebs.myriad.net/steveb/egypt.html   

 
Egyptology Resources 
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This site is the Egyptologists' tool--Egyptologist Nigel Strudwick, has assembled a wide variety of Egyptological sites, including extensive listings of links to archaeological sites.

http://www.newton.cam.ac.uk/egypt   

 
cairolive.com Get the Egyptian news, views and entertainment -- every day!
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Reference this site when you want to read today?s headlines from an Egyptian perspective. Founder Tarek Atia, a native Egyptian who was raised in the United States, provides the
readership with the a unique news site.

http://cairolive.com   

 
Egypt Acres 
The Goddess Hathor,
Richard Deurer

Richard Deurer is a painter, sculptor and photographer, who is inspired by the splendor of ancient Egypt. Site is a gallery of the art and architectural accents that he has designed for his own home. You'll love the photos and may even want to purchase one of his inspired pieces.

http://members.aol.com/egyptart/pyramidacres.html   

 
Egyptological home Page of Michel Malfiet 
Amunhotep III-M.Malfiet

Michel has lovingly assembled a wide aray of Egyptological resources. In addition, there's a picture gallery, Egypt links and an absolutely stunning page full of high resolution images of Amunhotep III.

http://home.planetinternet.be/~pin12424/   

 
SUMMUM? 

The ancient Egyptian practice of the mummification of animals has been resurrected at Summum. Even if you don't want to avail yourself of their services, you'll want to view their page that elaborates on the Egyptian connection.

http://www.summum.org/mummification/   

 
about.com 
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This site provides comprehensive, very accessible lists of ancient history and mystery websites.

http://www.ancienthistory.about.com   

 
 
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