Read about the periods, kingdoms and kings of ancient Egypt.
Read articles about the Egyptian civilization, gods, poetry, and hieroglyphics. Includes related multimedia and clip art.
Online exhibition shows highlights Egyptian architecture, culture, daily life. Take a virtual tour of the tomb of Tutankhamen, timeline and bibliography.
An exploration of Ancient Egypt from Aswan to the Mediterranean from University College London. Includes an extensive A-Z index, maps, timelines, and learning resources.
Paragraph-long summaries of politics, education, leisure, religion, and other aspects of ancient Egypt.
Explores the role of Hierakonpolis, a large urban center along the Nile River in Upper Egypt, in the transition from prehistory to history and in the rise of early Egyptian civilization.
Description and history of this early urban center from 4000 B.C. has many links to key names, places, and related topics; a Tour Egypt Feature Story by Marie Parsons.
Examines the problem of rising water tables in the Nile Delta and throughout Egypt, its effects on Egypt's monuments, and some solutions; by Chad Cohen, National Geographic.
Extensive archaeological database of Thebes. Features interactive atlas of each tomb in the Valley of the Kings including plans, descriptions, images and movies. Articles on the history of Thebes, tomb development and decoration. Staff, progress reports and publications.
This online multimedia project, produced by IBM and the Egyptian Government, presents 5,000 years of Egyptian history and culture using a database of three-dimensional high resolution images of artifacts, two-dimensional images, panoramic views, and reconstructed lost or damaged sites; in English, French, and Arabic.