With no doubt the Egyptians have been the first to invent a solar and rational calendar. Their year was made of 365 days and divided in 12 months of 30 days each, to which there were added, at the end of the yearly cycle, 5 supplementary days or “epagomeni”. The... Continua »
Pharaoh Shepseskaf

Pharaoh Shepseskaf

Pharaoh Shepseskaf, Micerino’s son, last king of the IV Dynasty, was he who completed the whole funeral complex begun by... Continua »
Pharaoh Chefren

Pharaoh Chefren

Pharaon Chefren Chefren, Khaf Ra, in the original Egyptian denomination, he was the fourth pharaoh in the IV Dynasty, ascended... Continua »

Confession

  When the dead person appeared before Osiris’s tribunal, he exculpated himself before the judges with a confession called “denial”... Continua »
Jewels in Ancient Egypt

Jewels in Ancient Egypt

  The Egyptian goldsmith’s craft reached a remarkable skill. The goldsmiths were specialized in the various techniques to working of... Continua »