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A work by Rainer Maria Rilke, Nimet Eloui and Edmond Jaloux in 1952, 'His Last Friendship' or 'Derniere Amite Engl.', has the following paragraph (from snippet view on search page, emphasis mine): ... Nimet Eloui Bey's father, Achmed-Khairi Pasha and her mother, were both of Circassian or Tcherkess stock, and were second cousins. Her mother was the ...


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This analysis in Nature from May 2017 [#1] states: Here we present 90 mitochondrial genomes as well as genome-wide data sets from three individuals obtained from Egyptian mummies. The samples recovered from Middle Egypt span around 1,300 years of ancient Egyptian history from the New Kingdom to the Roman Period. Our analyses reveal that ancient Egyptians ...


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I've literally just got hold of a hard copy of Rainer Maria Rilke's His Last Friendship, and so I thought I would take the opportunity to expand upon justCal's excellent answer. (It seems as if he only had access to the version on Google Books, which is rather limited.) Here's a sketch of Nimet Eloui Bey's life, chief amongst them being Chapter V of the ...


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Question: What is the diplomatic record on President Sadat's 1971 Peace Offer to Israel? I'm not sure what you mean about diplomatic record, but here is what I found. Sadat Peace Initiative of 1971 - English Text A speech made by Egyptian President Anwar Sadat on 3 February 1971. To that end, he accepted the UN Secretary-General's appeal to extend the ...


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There are no non-biased histories. Histories are always written by people, and these people have viewpoints. They list just the facts about kings and battles, ignoring the common people? That's a bias. They focus on the patterns of social development, ignoring the kings and battles? That's a bias. Historians learn to question their primary and secondary ...


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Hieroglyphs.net is a two-way online English to Hieroglyphs translation dictionary. It gives translations of: fish: fisherman: When I requested a translation for fisher it gave me only the result above for fisherman. Preserving the comment below by sempaiscuba‚ô¶: If you're interested, Paul Dickson's Dictionary of Middle Egyptian is available online ...


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You may begin with: Redford, Donald B., ed. (2001). The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt. for a general account. Ancient Egypt existed for very long time, and it has been very much studied, with plenty of books written on specific periods and various aspects of its history. This one can give you a general orientation. You do not have to worry that ...


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In addition to the answer above, I have information from an old Washington Post article mentioning how certain Afghan rebels who engaged in guerilla warfare against the Soviet Union were trained by Egypt. Egypt is training Afghan rebels in guerrilla warfare and plans to arm them and send them back to Afghanistan to combat Soviet intervention forces, the ...


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The Mamluk Sultanate in 1337 was approx. 1 802 679 sq km. The Mamluk Sultanate in 1444 was approx. 838 316 sq km in directly ruled territories plus 354 751 sq km governed indirectly without Cyprus, an additional 9 251 sq km, which from 1426 to 1473 was at least under nominal Mamluk suzerainty if not an official dependency. See maps towards the end of ...


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