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Oldest Recipe Found in Egypt Written in Greek

The oldest written recipe found in Egypt is dated approximately the year 300 AD. A recipe for red lentils, it was written on papyrus...

Has the Burial Chamber of Ancient Egyptian Queen Nefertiti Been Found?

Egyptian archaeologists announced recently they may have found the burial place of Queen Nefertiti in a hidden chamber close to the pharaoh's burial complex...

Blind Egyptian Student Earns Certificate of Excellence in Greek

  Using her determination and deep love of the Greek language and culture, a young, blind Egyptian girl was awarded a certificate of excellence in...

Ancient Greek and Roman Cemetery Discovered in Egypt

The Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities announced recently that an ancient Greek and Roman cemetery has been discovered in Ismailia. According to reports, the cemetery has...
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The Greeks of Alexandria, Egypt

The story of Hellenism in Alexandria, Egypt's second largest city, goes back more than two millennia and is marked by Alexander the Great's placement...

A Range of Greek Companies to Participate in ”Big 5 Construct Egypt 2019” Exhibition

Pantelis Gassios, counselor for economic and commercial affairs at Greece's embassy in Egypt announced recently that eight Greek companies will participate in this year's...

Greek Musician Yianni To Perform in Egypt

The famous Greek musician and composer Yanni is going back to Egypt to perform at a concert at Mountain View North Coast on July...

Ancient Manuscripts Digitized at St. Catherine’s Monastery on Mount Sinai

A team from Greece is currently at St. Catherine's Monastery in Egypt photographing thousands of fragile manuscripts, including some of the earliest copies ever...

Egyptian Shipwreck Proves Greek Historian Herodotus Right — After 2,500 Years

Archaeologists have recently discovered an ancient shipwreck which proves the Greek Historian Herodotus was absolutely correct about the observations he made nearly 25 centuries ago. The...

Event in Egypt’s Alexandria Honors The ”Lady of Ro”

The Lyceum Club of Greek Women (Lykeion Hellinidon) of Alexandria, Egypt held an event in the ancient Egyptian city on Friday in memory and honor...