The desert of Egypt as you have never seen it before.
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Preparations continued with us about the ancient Egyptian civilization Learn all the details in the life of the Pharaohs First Lecture (1)
David Tours & Travel's insight:
Instead of an introduction: A word of caution
This site is based on what is considered more or less orthodox chronology, which of course means that there are other, 'deviant' chronologies. On the whole I prefer the plodding examination of facts however few and poorly understood to the flights of fancy of some of the alternative historians. Chances are it gets us a bit closer to the truth, which, unless time travel is invented, we will never know . For many occurrences there is very little evidence, but whole edifices of connections, interrelations, influences and causes have been constructed by serious, well meaning experts often on the flimsiest of grounds. One would like to think that physical remains should leave little to doubt. But stone artefacts and buildings are remarkably difficult to date . Theories - from the sublime to the ridiculous - of when, how, why and by whom the Great Pyramids, for instance, have been erected, are legion. Written records engender other problems. The texts are sometimes partly illegible, making translation and interpretation even more difficult and uncertain than they would be if they were in pristine condition and ancient Egyptian were not a dead language. There are also ancient attempts at rewriting history. Inscriptions left by pharaohs in full view of the (mostly illiterate) public are probably even less reliable than the news fed to the media by the Pentagon during the Vietnam war. A good example of this government propaganda is the Egyptian account of the battle of Kadesh. Tomb inscriptions of high and low alike also have to be read with suspicion. Rather than reflecting reality faithfully they seem to have been intended to convince the gods of the impeccable character of the deceased. More trustworthy than royal self-congratulations and post-mortem embellishments of the curriculum vitae of officials are texts written during the ordinary course of life by some men and a few women of the people with a little education, often referred to as love letters, laundry lists and the like. The problem with these is that they are very specific, and given a scarcity of similar information, might well refer to an exceptional case rather than reflect the rule. There is also the oral tradition. Passed on through many generations and finally written down, these stories give a better picture of the times of those who put it to papyrus than of the events they purport to describe. Herodotus' marvellous stories are a case in point. Getting at the kernel of truth possibly hidden in theses garbled tales is more of an art than science.
These are just a few of the many stumbling blocks the path to knowledge seems to be plastered with. So the history we've got nowadays is the best we have come up with - so far. But Sporting Life got it right: "It ain't necessarily so". You pays your money and you takes your choice - hopefully not forgetting that some animals are more equal than others. Have fun!
A wonderful trip in a floating hotel between Luxor and Aswan 4 days 3 nights
Crosat 5 stars Standard The price of the individual 1150 LE
Crosat 5 Star Deluxe The price of the individual Genet 1325 Egyptian
Crosat 5 stars Super Deluxe The price of the individual 1500 LE
Offerings include residence Balcros 4 days 3 nights breakfast , lunch and dinner shrines and tour guide
The program includes a visit :
First Luxor : Eastern mainland : Visit the Temple of Karnak - Temple Palace / Western Bank : Colossi of Memnon - Bahari - Valley of the Kings and the way we visit during the (Temple of Edfu - Temple of Kom Ombo ) Second Aswan : Visit the unfinished obelisk - High Dam
For reservations and inquiries : David Tours & Travel 002 to 01,288,222,806 Professor / Mahfouz Taha
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