Ancient Egyptians considered wild animals to be great natural forces.
Arsinoe III served as queen from 223-203 B.C.
The legacy of the ancient Egyptian civilization lives on through the wealth of the majestic antiquities, written documents, and art it left behind.
Written accounts indicate that the inhabitants of ancient Egyptian cities experienced a wide range of odors.
Ancient Egypt was one of the first civilizations to have a measurement system for lengths, weights, and volumes.
The ancient Egyptians came up with inventions thousands of years ago that are still used by humanity today.
The researchers analyzed fragments of the pottery found at Hierakonpolis, an ancient city and current archaeological site in southern Egypt.
Ancient Egyptian art was created with a great deal of attention and effort.
The Nile crocodiles received special treatment from the ancient Egyptians, who worshiped the crocodile deity Sobek and embalmed tons of small crocodiles.
French scientists, who conducted isotopic studies of bird mummies in ancient Egyptian tombs, declared that the ancient Egyptians hunted ibises in large numbers and offered them as sacrifices to their gods.
Human beings have agreed, since ancient times, to fear envy.
The discovery included a large-sized scarab and 75 statues of cats of different sizes and shapes that are made of wood and bronze.
British website, The Sun, shed light on a burial cemetery discovered in June south of Saqqara. The cemetery is allegedly more than 2,000 years old.
This is not the first time an object is spotted on Mars that is believed to belong to the ancient Pharaonic civilization.
The Pyramid of Khafre, or of Chephren, is the second-tallest and second-largest of the Ancient Egyptian Pyramids of Giza.
Sham El-Nassim is usually a national holiday, marking the beginning of spring and coming after Easter.
We take you through all the images on Egyptian banknotes, detailing what they represent.
Today marks solar alignment over at Abu Simbel Temple. Egypt Today provides readers with the top facts they need to known about Abu Simbel Temple.
The famous archaeologist, Zahi Hawass, announced that Ancient Egyptians denounced homosexuality.