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The Society of Egyptian Architects (SEA) has been established in Cairo on December 23, 1917. It is a founder member of the International Union of Architects (UIA), which has been established in Paris on July 1948. The statutes of SEA has been re-declared according to the law number 384 of 1956. Then, it has been re-declared according to the law number 32 of 1964, with a registration number 482 of 1967. After that, it has been re-declared according to the law 153 of 1999, with the same registration number (482 of year 2000). International and Regional activity of SEA: Cooperate and participate with international and/or regional organizations to implement international and regional projects and researches in architecture, urban planning and engineering fields. As well as to organize conf...
Hypatia of Alexandria. Balance of Divine Feminine and Sacred Masculine. A woman who had more guts than any of the men of high ranking who were her students. The murder of Hypatia and burning of library of Alexandria...usher humanity into the Dark Ages
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Origen Adamantius of Alexandria was an overseer in Alexandria, Egypt and Caesarea, Palestine (Caesarea Maritima). He wrote between AD 230-250. His teachers included Clement of Alexandria and Hippolytus of Rome. His students included Firmilian, Gregory Thaumaturgus, and Dionysius of Alexandria. He was the head of the catechetical school in Alexandria but later expelled because Demetrius of Alexandria was jealous of his brilliance and fame. He compiled the Hexapla: (1) the Hebrew, (2) the transliteration of Hebrew into Koine Greek, (3) the translation by Aquila of Sinope, (4) the translations by Symmachus the Ebionite, (5) the Septuagint, and (6) the translation by Theodotion. Of his works that have survived, they include: On Principles Letters between Origen and Sextus Julius Africanu...
In 7th April 1893, a group of Alexandrian gentlemen gathered in the house of Sir Charles Cookson, the then British Consul General. The reason for the gathering was to discuss the founding of an archaeological society to keep an eye on the scattered monuments of the city and to raise public awareness as to Alexandria's glorious history and heritage. Some sixty years earlier, the Oriental Society had been created to promote the study of archaeology. This project rapidly led to the foundation of the Egyptian Society, whose greatest success had been the opening of a library for voyagers visiting Alexandria. The Archaeological Society of Alexandria was founded on the 7th April 1893.
See highlights from our Payoneer Forum in Alexandria, Egypt, where we hosted over 200 participants. Thanks to our wonderful speakers who engaged participants with an array of interesting topics such as the virtual workplace, e-commerce, and freelancing.
Hundreds of mourners attended the funeral of the victims of Sunday's bomb attack on a Coptic Christian church in Alexandria, which left at least 17 worshippers dead, Monday. Video ID: 20170410-044 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: email@example.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
The Alexandrians loved a good quarrel, according to Tom Holland, historian and author of ‘Dynasty’ and ‘In the Shadow of the Sword’. According to Philo of Alexandria, Alexandrian women would grab the testicles of any man they disagreed with, and religion was often a focus for tension. In a swift overview from early Christianity to the coming of Islam, Tom talks about the bust of Germanicus, an imperial sculpture carved around AD 19, which, centuries later, was inscribed on the forehead with a cross, and therefore effectively ‘Christianised’. Egypt: faith after the pharaohs 29 October 2015 – 7 February 2016 Find out more and book tickets: http://www.britishmuseum.org/egypt Generously supported by the Blavatnik Family Foundation
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