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THE EGYPTIAN REVOLUTION OF 1919: THE BIRTH OF THE MODERN NATION

THE EGYPTIAN REVOLUTION OF 1919: THE BIRTH OF THE MODERN NATION FIND OUT MOREDOWNLOAD PROGRAMME A conference presented by the […]
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Screening of ‘Photocopy’ an award winning Egyptian film directed by Tamer Ashry.

Screening of ‘Photocopy’ an award winning Egyptian film directed by Tamer Ashry. The Egyptian Cultural and Educational Bureau (ECEB) in […]
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Did the Phoenicians reach America before Christopher Columbus?

Did the Phoenicians reach America before Christopher Columbus? Thursday 15th November at 7:00pm: “ Did the Phoenicians reach America before […]
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“Colours of Egypt”, 4th International Painting Exhibition of Elmarsam Egyptian Painters

“Colours of Egypt”, 4th International Painting Exhibition of Elmarsam Egyptian Painters Thursday 18th October 6-9pm: “Colours of Egypt”, 4th International […]
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Opportunity to visit the Library of Alexandria, October 2018

Opportunity to visit the Library of Alexandria, October 2018 The UK Friends of the Alexandria Library invite members of the […]
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The Second BES/LMEI Debating Competition

The Second BES/LMEI Debating Competition FREE EVENT - REGISTER BELOW We are pleased to advise you that the 4 excellent […]
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“Paris, Hyde Park and Beverly Hills all in Cairo”, and “Colours of Egypt”

The Egyptian Bureau for Cultural & Education Affairs is pleased to announce and invite you to the upcoming events:   Friday 5th October […]
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In The Steps of The Holy Family In Egypt – A Talk by His Eminence Archbishop Angaelos

In The Steps of The Holy Family In Egypt – A Talk by His Eminence Archbishop Angaelos This year, concurrently […]
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The Archaeology of Urban Life (and death) at Amarna.

The Archaeology of Urban Life (and death) at Amarna. Anna Stevens  –  The Amarna Trust / Cambridge University Anna is […]
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Tell Timai and its Terracotta Figures

Tell Timai and its Terracotta Figures James Bennett  –  Durham University The terracotta figurines from the Graeco-Roman period give interesting […]
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