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Fresh update on "egypt" discussed on Dailycast News
"This is news. Headlines in four minutes with alan edwards the former employees who shot and killed eight people at a fedex facility in indianapolis legally bought the two rifles used in the attack despite red flag laws designed to prevent such purchases. Police said jason's abolish reports at trace the two guns found by investigators at the scene that suspect nineteen year old brandon. Scott whole of indianapolis legally bought the rifles last. July and september officials with the indianapolis police said saturday. The police did not say where whole bought the weapons citing the ongoing investigation but said he was seen using both rifles. During the assault. Three people were killed in two wounded in a shooting at a busy tavern in southeastern wisconsin. Early sunday sheriff official said eben alexander reports kenosha county. Sheriff david bethel said the suspect in the shooting summers house tavern in kenosha county is still at large but that he believes the public is not endanger. we believe are suspect. Knew who he was targeting. Beth said during a sunday morning news conference. He asked that anyone with information about the shooting. Contact the kenosha. Sheriff's department emergency responders on sunday swarmed an area of austin as they search for suspect in a fatal shooting of three people. Austin please said on twitter sunday afternoon that while the suspect is still at large at appears to have been an isolated domestic situation and there isn't a risk to the general public. Ems spokeswoman krista deadman said the first nine one one call came in on sunday at eleven forty four am and said that three adults were fatally shot. Corona virus case counts continued to spike in michigan and colorado friday and maine health officials said schools account for nearly seventy percent of the state's active covid nineteen breaks. As of saturday afternoon. The united states has logged thirty. One point six million cases of the coronavirus and five hundred and sixty six thousand seven hundred and fourteen deaths since the beginning of the pandemic according to john hopkins university's cove nineteen tracker west point expelled age cadets and held back more than fifty for a year after completing its investigation into cheating on a remote learning may calculus exam the us military academy west point investigated seventy three cases of suspected. Cheating a statement from the school said of the seventy three cases fifty five admitted to cheating through the willful admissions process which eliminated expulsion as punishment for those cadets. At least eleven people died in ninety eight more were injured after a train derailed in egypt on sunday officials said. The crash took place north of cairo. When the train went off its tracks on sunday afternoon. Egypt's ministry of health and population announced on twitter. That fourteen people were discharged from the hospital. After receiving medical care more than fifty ambulances were rushed to the scene and railway services were suspended in northern egypt the egyptian railways authorities said. It was still investigating the cause of the crash. The united states and china agreed to work together to combat climate. Change after meetings in shanghai over the weekend in a joint statement released late saturday. The nation said that climate crisis must be addressed with the seriousness and the urgency that it demands and that they will work with nations to uphold an increase their commitments to the united nations framework convention on climate change and the paris agreement chilly air which has gripped the central united states. All week will be a reinforced by another shot of cold weather early. This week forecasters said saturday after a brief milder period this past weekend the latest frigid blast will cruise through the plains beginning today risking another round of frost and freeze damage for crops and sensitive plants. And that's news headlines in four minutes. I'm alan edwards..
The Egyptian Pyramids Are Crazy
"The pyramid appearance while we should say that the reason everybody was was hitting us up to do this because they are they are studying each all the time to the point that they found a whole city the whole city that they had never that they didn't know existed and they're calling it the golden city thirty four hundred years old they just just popped up so explain their digging and they found like turkey kinda yes. They have this technology and they're always doing like there's you can study in college and get a phd called egyptology. So there are people who do nothing but egypt and so you had an archaeologist indiana jones guy running around egypt and they have this new technology called widar and they found this city. They're calling it the golden city and they found like it's like perfectly preserved because it's just been buried with like dirt and dust similar to like that go beckley tupi and turkey. Were just everything was there. And they're finding weird skeletons and stuff and they're finding like different types of walls and structures and things that were not really present anywhere else in egypt and then the big thing like the. The tombs have been studied in egypt. Rate and Light they apparently The sphinx and like alexandria and like all these different things have been studied. But there's no evidence or study about how egyptians actually lived. This is all like. Oh here's a weird temple. Here's a weird pyramid. Here's a weird statue. And i was at there. Why was it there and like know a couple of guys like us back in ancient egypt. What were we doing Well there's no evidence for any of that stuff. This is what that is.
Fresh update on "egypt" discussed on Archdiocese of Baltimore
"Expansion and term limits, So he's gonna wait for that to play out on which to read that report. Republicans see expansion as a potential power grab, and even top Democrats, including House Speaker Pelosi have expressed reservations. Red Clugston, the White House's Japan's prime minister, asking drugmaker Fizer for additional supplies of the vaccine so far less than 1%. Of Japan's population has gotten the vaccine. Also a town hall dot com The chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, says he's very optimistic about picking up new seats in the 2022 midterm elections. Mob Agnew has more Senator Rick Scott of Florida says support for Republicans is about to surge. People look at the Biden agenda. They said. Wait a minute, Scott predicts Americans will quickly become dismayed with President Biden's progressive agenda will win men playing a women's sports No doing shut down the Keystone By playing No. We want voter ID. Yes, and the Democrats on the opposite side of all those issues got tells the Salem radio Network. Republicans will flip enough seats in 2022 to regain the Senate majority. But Agnew reporting a 5.9 earthquake has rattled southern Iran with minor damage. No reports of any fatalities, but the search continues for missing victims. Passenger train derailing in Egypt more than 100 people injured More of these stories of town hall dot com. Meanwhile, relief factor is so successful in lowering or eliminating pain. I'm often asked that question beatings Have Talbot, the father and son, founders of really Factor tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right. Designed to heal on now I agree. The doctors who formulated really factor for Pete and self selected the four best ingredients 100% drug free ingredients. That each help your body deal with inflammation. That's correct. Each of the four ingredients deal with inflammation on a different metabolic pathway that right they're approaching your pain from four different angles may very well be. Why so many Americans.
Egypt Prosecutors Find Gross Negligence Behind Train Crash
"Egyptian prosecutors found this gross negligence by real way employees was behind a deadly train crash the course public outcry across the country the March twenty six crash of two passenger trains south of Cairo killed at least eighteen people and two hundred others including children were injured the findings announced Sunday allege that a driver and his assistant had de activated the automatic train control system the ATC before the collision it's a mechanism designed to train safe operation and involves a speed control prosecutors also allege that a control tower god could smoke hashish and another key worker had used her she's as well as an opioid painkiller commonly sold as a street drug in Egypt I'm Charles last month
Fresh update on "egypt" discussed on Sports Talk with Ron Cameron
"To Chiapas and Ozarka. He did not give specific reasons why those communities did not want to be vaccinated sighting on Lee quote, cultural and perhaps religious beliefs. He said The decision had been made by town councils and said authorities are trying to set up a scheme in which people who wanted vaccines could get them in a neighboring town ship that is correspondent Bernie Bennett. CDC says it's likely US will move to resume Johnson and Johnson's vaccine this coming week, possibly with restrictions or warnings that comes following reports of some very rare blood plot cases. Half of all adults in the United States have now received at least one shot. CDC says 130 million people 18 and older receiving the least one does that represents just over 50% of the total adult population. An earthquake measuring 5.9 has rattled a wrong with minor damage. No reports of any fatalities and a passenger train derailment in Egypt At least 100 people hurt More of these stories, a town hall dot com Me one relief. Thank you so successful in lowering or eliminating pain. I'm often asked that question beaten, says Talbot, the father and son, founders of Relief actor Tell me they believe our bodies were designed to heal. That's right. Designed to heal on now I agree. The doctors who formulated really factor for Pete and self selected the four best ingredients 100% drug free ingredients. But each help your body deal with inflammation. That's correct. Each of the four ingredients deal with inflammation on a different metabolic pathway that right they're approaching your pain from four different angles may very well be..
3,000-Year-Old "Lost Golden City" Unearthed In Egypt
"Archaeologists have made it very unique discovery in egypt. It's being hailed as the most important archaeological discovery since the tomb of tutankhamun a coupe of archaeologists unearthing. A three thousand year old lost golden city of luxor which is said to be nearly fully intact complete with rooms filled with tools of daily life preserved foods and other artifacts including jewelry pottery and. Scarabs dating back to the reign of amenhotep. The third archaeologists are hoping the discovery will help solve the mystery of why formerly on hope. Jeff the third and his queen for td abandoned their polytheistic religion and left the kingdom to build a new city where they worship the
Famed Egyptian archaeologist reveals 3,000-year-old lost city
"Are celebrating the discovery of a 3000 year old lost Golden City. The site was uncovered in the desert near Luxor and dates back to the reign of a minute topped the third. Egypt's Council of Antiquities calls the find the largest ancient city ever uncovered from under the desert sands. And the
Archeologists Unearth an Ancient Pharaonic City in Egypt
"A 3000 year old lost city south of Cairo. Complete with brick houses, artifacts and tools from ancient times, noted archaeologist So he Hawass said today that an Egyptian mission had discovered the city in the southern province of Luxor. It dates back to what is considered to be a golden era of ancient Egypt. He also said the city was built on the western Bank of the Nile River and was once the largest administrative and industrial settlement off the Empire of the Pharaohs. WGN Sports David and
Israel Independence War Era Weapons Cache Discovered in Tel Aviv
"The day before yesterday as we record a gardener found underneath a bush at number twenty two cream as street a cache of world war two vintage bullets artillery shells and grenades which ordinance was stowed under a bush three quarters of a century ago by members of the haganah jewish militia to keep british soldiers and centuries from finding it such a hiding place for weapons was called a sleek from the hebrew root some lama couth to make rid of and in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s there were hundreds of maybe thousands all around the country though most of them were dismantled as soon as the brits left palestinian nineteen forty eight. But you know how it is. You put your grenades and your artillery shells in your bulletin a whole under bush in your yard and then you get busy ensure the brits go home but you tell yourself you'll empty the gun whole tomorrow and if it's not one thing it's another before you know it seventy odd years of pass that is just life in the big city so this week. The police bomb squad piloted remote control. Sapper robots under the tree and they exploded some of the grenades shells and bullets. And they neutralize the rest and sent them to the tel aviv. Forensics lab for further investigation. And for those of you wondering and who isn't wondering isaac jacob adolf. Crimea was the french jewish attorney who in eighteen. Forty along with sir. Moses montefiore made the trip to alexandria egypt to plead before Dive mohammed ali for the release of jews arrested in damascus blood. Libel that rocked the jewish world that year and crimea and montefiore secured freedom for nine of the thirteen syrian. Jews accused of killing christians for their blood. The other four having already died while being tortured after that chromium became minister of justice of france under the second republic in eighteen forty eight and he later founded the 'alliance eastern elite universal in paris in eighteen. Sixty one gathers that isaac jacob adolf creamier would probably not himself have hidden guns in tel aviv in nineteen forty eight but he probably would have understood the sentiment and arguably nothing captures the haphazard semi history city of this forever new and yet never really new city. We love so al tel aviv. Alto better than a gardener. Finding an old bag of old bullets and such tucked under a shrub to shield it from the prying eyes of the brits on a street named for a man who one hundred years before that sailed with an english financier to alexandria a city. Just four hundred fifty kilometers. Southwest of tel-aviv. In order to gain the release of wrongly residues in damascus a city just two hundred kilometers northeast of tel
Egyptian mummies pass through Cairo in 'Golden Parade'
"Over the weekend, 22 royal mummies were transported from their old home the Egypt Museum and reach their new home in Cairo at the Jess Open National Museum of Egyptian Civilization. Transfer mummies. They didn't just put them on a flatbed truck. No. Farrell's Golden Parade was a multi million dollar event on Saturday night, downtown Cairo seemed like a set for a Cecil B de Mille extravaganza. Special dramatic lighting performers in ancient Egyptian costumes, horse drawn chariots and, of course, that stars of the show 22 mummies. The 18 kings and four ancient queens were transported in nitrogen filled boxes fitted with shock
Suez Canal Traffic Backlog Finally Cleared Following The Ever Given Saga
"Is now over with the last of them making their way through. Just today is not a Homsi reports, Hundreds of them had been stuck by the grounding of a massive container ship. The final ships have passed through the Suez, clearing the vital artery for passage five days after the ever given was dislodged from the canal, Egypt's Canal Authority said Saturday. International supply chains were held up for over a week when the skyscraper sized ever given run aground in the Suez in mid March. Leaving over 400 ships stuck in the canal. Special rescue teams were dispatched to free the container ship in an operation that lasted nearly a week. The grounding of the ever given became an international crisis as vital container ships could not continue their passage. Spending billions of dollars worth of maritime commerce for NPR news. I'm not a home see in Beirut.
With ship now freed, a probe into Suez Canal blockage begins
"Experts all building the massive containership blocked Egypt's vital Suez Canal looking for offices as the narrow waterway opens up again the canal service provider said more than three hundred vessels carrying everything from crude oil to cattle while waiting for that turned a process that will take days Egyptian government officials in showrooms shippers others simply wait for more details about what cools the skyscraper sized ever given to become wedged across the canal on March twenty three women blame does get assigned you will likely need two years of litigation to recoup the costs of repairing the ship and reimbursing those whose sole that cargo shipments disrupted I'm Charles Taylor this month
Gamecocks Women's Basketball Coach Dawn Staley on Navigating the Pandemic
"Coach daily joins us now from texas where I hope you've had a good day coach. Thank you for joining us. And i know it's an exciting but also very pressurized time for you and your team it it is. It's actually you know. It's it's been cooler san antonio meaning you know. I know you know we've been holed up in the in the hotel for about two weeks now but for somebody like me who's introvert. I feel at home but you get a chain to compete for for a trip to the final four. And that can keep you focused and and keep everything besides that in the forefront of your mind so our players are doing great they are thank them for you know or not me being one of those coaches that you know kobe's been hard. The players did this or that. And i think our players because they they sacrifice of course but they didn't make it not a and then making a hardship. They just said this is what we have to do. Egypt changes that we have to make in our routine. I wanna compete for national championship is par for the course and that is how they approached it every single day of this plan that
Officials say cargo ship refloated and on the move in Suez Canal
"Revive Egypt's Suez Canal once again, moving after nearly a week of holding up global trade, a colossal cargo ship blocking the Suez Canal and global trade has been set free Salvage team say they dislodged the ever given after five days of removing Sand and mud and wrangling. It's bow from the bank tugboats now hauling the vessel through to the great bitter lake for inspection. It's unclear when shipping traffic will return to normal. But nearly 400 cargo ships are waiting to cross an estimated $50 billion of global trade held up since the sandstorm left the ship stuck sideways in the canal
Suez Canal Container Ship Is Partially Freed
"Container ship blocking the Suez Canal in Egypt has been re floated the ever givens now being secured after being lodged in one of the world's most important shipping arteries for nearly a week, still unclear how long it will be until the ship will be moved. When vessels can start using the waterway again.
Stranded Suez Canal Ship Re-Floated
"Small small around around the the world. world. Who Who have have well well good good stuck stuck on on container container ships ships in in the the serious serious canal canal because because it it has has happened. happened. That That giant giant container container ship, ship, which which has has been been blocking blocking the canal for almost a week, now has been refloated. Let's go straight to Egypt, and they're taught war correspondent there, Sally the bill, So we've we've heard this breaking news in the last couple of hours. Sally, do we know how they managed to do it? With the help of around 10, tons of bolts and high tides. They've managed to partially refloat the ship, and before that they have removed 30,000 cubic meters around 30,000 cubic meters of sand to make room for the ship. To move, according to the head of the Suez Canal Authority. The ever given is now 80% back to its path, and there will be another attempt to fully re floated in about Three hours or so, making the best use off the high type today, so that's he. That's really big news here, and it will definitely reflect positively on world markets. But the question is now is that how the government or the authorities are going to address the huge backlog in the sewage canal More than 400 ships are stranded here waiting for navigation to be resumed. And the commander we don't know exactly when this is going to happen. But sources told us that navigation can be back within hours. Once the ship is refloated fully, it won't be able to operate on the spot. It has to be checked first by team off experts to see if there has been any damage. Goes to the body. Yeah. On dis.
2 tugboats deploy to Egypt's Suez Canal
"Two additional tugboats on their way to Egypt Suez Canal today in Kuwait efforts to free a giant container ship, which four days across the crucial waterway. That's even as major shippers increasingly divert their craft out of fear The vessel may take even longer to free than
The Naked Man Flees With Michael Zwaagstra
"Today. Special guest is author of the naked man flees michael's wag stra welcome to the show. Michael well thank you very much mike. It's a pleasure to be with. You appreciate you being on taking the time. So let's let's hear a little bit about that book. Naked man flees naked man flees while the the full book title. Is the man. Fli es timeless truths from obscure parts of the bible and seek to do in the book is to highlight forty obscure passages passages in the bible that christians and non christians alike ten dimiss With the bible and passages the tend not to have a lot of servants preached about them and to take a closer look at what these passages say in What possible meeting they might have to today. i've taught In addition to teaching public high school. I also teach a part time basis at stop five college. Which is our our local bible college here in steinbeck manitoba and i've found that You can never assume that christians know their bibles really well But a lot. Don't and i i know that on your show. One of the things that you say at the end is that you encourage people to pick up their bibles and read them and i agree. People should pick up the bible and actually read it because otherwise you're gonna miss a lot of important stuff that's in there actually. Yeah there's a lot of stuff in there. It's pretty interesting for sure. Chapter two for instance you talk about one of my favorite will if it's my favorite but it's definitely one of the stories that are in there The the moses and y'all we meeting them at the lodging place and he's about to kill him mad. That is such a strange story. It makes a stranger because it's just kind of thrown in there you know you're you're reading the story then all of a sudden this happens and it goes right back to where left off so it's yeah it's it's a strange one and it's one that a lot of people A lot of christians miss and one of the reasons that we miss it is that it doesn't make it into any of the popular movies. It's not in charlton. Heston the ten commandments does make it into prince of egypt and the exact. Yeah go figure. I'll read the la read. The exact passage is chapter four versus twenty four to twenty six at a lodging place on the way the lord met him. That's moses and sought to put him to death then sapporo took a flint and cut off her son's foreskin. Touched moses beat with it and said surely you are a bridegroom of blood to me. So he left him alone It was then that she said a bridegroom of blood because of the circumcision.
Crews Scramble to Free Ship as Economic Toll Mounts
"In Egypt. The giant container ship ever given remains stuck sideways in the Suez Canal, fresh attempts to free it and reopen the waterway are in the works. But the head of the Suez Canal Authority says he can't offer a timetable, though he remains hopeful a dredging operation could free the ship. Without having to resort to removing its
High tide in Suez Canal raises hopes of freeing ship
"In Egypt at high tide will finally free that skyscraper sized cargo ship stuck sideways in the Suez Canal is blocking the waterway that connects the Mediterranean Sea and Indian Ocean and through which about 10% of all global trade flows. David Baird, president, founder of the Texas based shipping firm Baird solution. What will happen is that some good might take an alternative measure so longer. Sailings will go by air that will be inflationary, and companies will pass that along. But what what is pointed out is how fragile our hand to mouth global supply chain it's
Chaos in the Canal
"Update now on the ship that stuck in the suez canal officials say dredging operations. Can't even imagine what what's involved here at. The bow ship are about eighty seven percent complete. What a complete pain. This must have be while dredging is complete. Tugboats will resume efforts to dislodge ship. They there's no crane's big enough they're using helicopters to try and move. This in france older knows all about this. He joins us now as more. But how long is this going to be closed the this can you imagine what. A thirteen hundred foot chip. Can you imagine if that thing really dug in the side of the Of the soil there in the dredging that would be required. You think about getting your car stuck. I mean that is just unbelievable. I don't think we can fathom what it really Entails the way. I described it a worldwide exchange joe. Was you park your giant suv parallel and then two people move in. And you've got an inch between the bumpers and you're trying to get out that's kind of what it's like. This is not only a big ship. This is one of the biggest container ships in the world. Twenty thousand of those containers that you see in the back of eighteen wheelers. There's twenty thousand of those on this now. The worst case. Joe is the suez canal. We all know one of the most important waterways. Transit points of whatever in the world could be closed for weeks. Doesn't mean it will. That's the worst case has a bad case. There is some hope this weekend on mother nature. There is actually an unusually high tide. That is gonna flow in and officials in the suez chatting with somebody in egypt yesterday. They hope that's just enough to lift the pressure on the bottom of this ship which you can see is turned completely sideways. Completely dug it in the mud. The sewage right now remains
"egypt" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Of streams. But there are many of these rivers in syria and many also in libya. They are affected. Did no such manner as the nile. The second way shows more ignorance than that which has been mentioned and it is more marvelous to tell fo it says that the river produces these effects because it flows from the ocean and that the ocean flows round to whole us. The third of the ways is much the most speeches but nevertheless it is the most mistake can go for indeed. This way has no more truth in it than the west. Alleging as it does that. The nile flows from melting snow when asked it flows of libya through the midst of the ethiopians and so comes out into egypt. How then should it flow from snow. When it flows from the hottest parts to those which are kula and indeed most of the facts are such as to convince a man one. At least who is capable of reasoning about such matters got it is not at all likely that it flows from snow. The first on greatest evidence is afforded by the winds which blow hot from these regions. The second is that the land is lang this always and without fast whereas after snow has fallen rain must necessarily come in five days so that if it snowed in those politics may would fool that the third evidence is a folded by the people dwelling there who of a black colored by reason of the burning heat moreover kites and swallows remain there through the air and leave the land and cranes flying from the cold weather which comes on in the region of sylvia. Come regularly to these parts for wintering. If then it snowed episode little in that land through which the nile flows around in which it has its wise none of those things which take place as necessity compels us to admit. Ask for him. Who talked about the ocean. He carried his tail into the region of the unknown. And so he need not be refuted since. I m i know of no river ocean existing but i think that home or one of the poets who were before him invented the name and introduced it into his bus..
"egypt" Discussed on Storynory
"Us The creed. Animals of Ancient Egypt dedicated to to Kayla in California. Hello this is not and I'm here with some more from Herodotus. The father of history who lived two thousand five hundred years ago. Herodotus was a Greek who liked to travel he went around much of the Persian empire including Egypt and wrote down what he found there affair. Bits of what we know about life in ancient Egypt comes to us from Herodotus in the last episode. I told you about some of the wild animals of Ancient Egypt. Herodotus mentioned in this episode. I'm going to be focusing on the animals that the Egyptians worshiped as gods the holiest of all animals in ancient Egypt were cows and bulls. The ancient Egyptians were not the only people to worship cattle. For example in ancient times bulls were worshiped on the Greek island of Crete. The home of the Bull God the minor tour and cattle sacred to Hindus to this day. And perhaps you know the story of Moses from the Bible he and his fellow Israelites escaped from captivity in Egypt and crossed the desert on the way they paused. While Moses climbed up Mount Sinai to fetch a stone tablet on which were written the ten commandments or laws. Like you shall not steal and you shall not kill well. Moses was away up the mountain some of his followers lost faith in God and began to worship a golden calf. So why would people worship cows well? In many religions Gods and animals are associated with ideas. People might worship bull because he represents strength and masculinity and they might worship a milk giving cow because she represents motherhood and nurturing perhaps they would prey to their cattle God's for a strong healthy family and nation in ancient Egypt booze cows were sometimes seen as Gods on earth. For example in the city of Memphis people worshipped Abboud called apoptosis otherwise known as happy the priests of Memphis always kept one real life will to worship. They always chose a bull to represent. Apps who was black with a white crescent shape on his side or white triangle on his forehead when the bull died they found another bill with similar markings. But the ancient Egyptians. We're not vegetarians and unlike Hindus today they did sometimes eat beef. The sacrifice of a bull was an extremely solemn ceremony for the ancient Egyptians. The priests would choose a black bull and check that it did not have a single hair that was not completely black when they heard killed it they would cook the meat of the body and they saved the head of the bull they prayed that all evil and bad fortune should be transferred onto the head of the boo then they will take the head to the market and if there were any Greek traders. There herodotus tells us they would sell it to them. Presumably the Greek traders did not suspect that the head was full of Sin and evil. But if the priests could not find any Greeks they through the Bulls head into the river and got rid of it that way. This odd ceremony was a way of getting rid of evil. There's also a similar idea in the Bible when the people of Israel prayed all lessons onto a goat and then cast the goat out into the desert to this day. If we say that. Somebody is a scapegoat. We mean that they are being blamed for other people's wrongdoing booze. Were far from the only sacred creatures in ancient Egypt. The God horus was often shown as a man with the head of a hunting bird. Called a Falkand falcons have fantastic eyesight. And as they saw through the sky they can spot tiny animals on the ground. Kings are also meant to be farsighted and wise and so horror us the Falcon God was closely associated with the Jip- Shin Phero. The faeroe may even have been the God horse in human form or so. The ancient Egyptians believed I mentioned in an earlier episode. How the Egyptians loved cats cats kept family safe by killing snakes and rats? The cat goddess was best debt and every year they ancient Egyptians celebrated her with a huge party. They sailed down the Nile to her temple. At per bast singing and dancing and rocking the boats on the way her auditors tells us that if a home caught fire people would save the cats before trying to save themselves and if a household cat died the whole family would shave their eyebrows to show that grief. And if anyone killed a cat they were guilty of murder and penalty was death which shows how much the ancient Egyptians respected cats by the way our word cat comes from the North African word cater but the ancient Egyptian word for cat was Mao because cats make a sound like Mao dogs. Were also important. The God anubis who guarded the underworld added Dog's head. The head of a new best looks a little bit like a Greyhound. They're also dog breeds today. Call passenger and Pharaoh hounds that come down to us from ancient Egypt. Rich Egyptians kept gazelles that were renowned for that grace and beauty. A Gazelle by the way is a type of African dear. The Egyptian Queen is Yelm. Cab loved her pet so much that when the deer died she was mummified and placed with jewels inside. An ornate box called a sarcophagus. The gods so big had the head of a crocodile and the priests of his temples kept sacred crocodiles and fed them on the most tasty cuts of meat and honey cakes. And of course the mighty and mysterious spinks often shown in giant statues. The size of pyramids was a man with the head of a lion for me. The animal gods are a large part of what makes ancient Egypt so fascinating along with a mighty pyramids the ancient mummies the rich treasures and the barges floating down the River Nile. It really was a civilization like no other. And I'm delighted to dedicate this story to to Kayla in California who is around five and a half years old. Her Sisters Brooke and Samantha. Tell me that they listened to story almost every day particularly while they color after they eat dinner. Well thank you. So much to Kayla and Samantha and broke for listening to story and for supporting on Patriot. We really do appreciate your support for now from me Birdie Goodbye..
"egypt" Discussed on WTVN
"Egypt. But we have the old. Written constitution still in force in the world. Which is despicable. I mean, I hate that about us. Isn't that the whole point that your your constitution is supposed to be able to hang around for endured for that reason that it's I it was such a great document that it's been able to stand up to the last two hundred and forty years, and it's also giving you a way to change it. When it's you know, you think it needs to change. I mean, there's an amendment process, and it's been amendment twenty-seven amended twenty seven times and that process has worked out pretty well. We've we've ride I think a lot of the wrongs we've clarified a lot of the things that were left open. There's been a lot of good things. Couple bad ones sixteenth pops into mind, the income tax really terrible amendment. But there's you know, the the whole prohibition thing didn't work out all that. Well, but we reverse that one with another amendment after that. You know, there's a lot of things that we're able to do. And that's by the way, still open all these people who are so upset about the second amendment. You can go in there and try to repeal that puppy. I good luck with it, of course, as she's going to point out in her upcoming movie. This is just one of six that we heard about writing their six Rb movies. They've already released one of them. It was called RPG was a documentary about her and her life, and then re being released on Christmas day is what's it called on the basis of sex? I think on the basis of sex where she's talking about women, and she points out a really serious flaw in the US constitution in one part of this upcoming moving.
"egypt" Discussed on Ologies
"We can be sure that every king had a harem full of wives and never TD stories. The one that's really been being uncovered now because when you think of never TD, what do you think of think of that bus that like very tall hat high cheekbones? Yeah, I think of hers being like a this regal sort of figure the paragon of beauty. This this beautiful thing. We don't think of her as as being powerbroker as being somebody who puts Egypt back to rights again. And that's really her story that she needs to be resuscitate for moving Egypt back in the direction of the old religious ways and kind of a truth and reconciliation. King also side note, never TD had six daughters and everyone's like, oh, congratulations. That's sucks. No sons. So her husband was like, well, shoot. Okay. Okay. I'll just also marry my sister and together. They had a boy baby named king Tutankhamun. King Tut is often called maybe a little too casually. I'm not sure took the throne at nine ruled for ten years until his untimely death around the age of nineteen. Now, experts suspect it was an infected leg fracture that took him down, but he also had like several strains of malaria, his mummy is the oldest known case of malaria on record, which is like pretty cool. So another little feather in his cap. Now, he's said to have had a bit of a useful temper, but he married, he had two children who did not survive infancy perhaps because his wife was also his half sister just normal political stuff. So speaking of male versus female rulers, which brings up the question of, do females ruled differently than men in Egypt today, anytime do they win? Well, I mean, if. If you're Sarah Huckabee Sanders and you're working on behalf of the patriarch look, everybody wants to make this an attack on a woman in a quality. What about the constant attacks that he receives? The rest of us. The answer is no, but if you're a woman who has a different perspective not to protect a patriarch, then I think the answer is yes, and you might be more interested in cutting deals in thinking with nuance in making decisions that please more rather than one faction. I think that question needs still to be answered and we haven't allowed it to be answered because we don't let women into power to different question. Did I mention that her new book comes out on number six, which is also voting day for the midterms in the US just saying just circle that day, make a plan for it. A lot of good things happening our next Queen to become king as a woman named Hawass threat of dynasty nineteen. And she's really a bad ass because she comes in as a Queen. To a king who dies precipitously and then access regent for a boy who's too young to rule who's not her own son. Then when he dies, she rules as sole king on her own just for a couple of years. Okay. So this queen's husband dies. She also helps out a baby king. He dies maybe by her own hand, and then she becomes king and then she dies somewhat mysteriously. So if you've ever been nervous about like getting a promotion at work or asking for a raise, just go for it. Nothing can beat the workplace. Anxiety of ancient bloodline monarchy's I'ma, right? She's involved in a civil war as a prime operator on her own like no other woman, and it seems she was punished for it..
"egypt" Discussed on The Valleycast
"On it's twenty two presses and like they yeah yeah your teeth and and then if i ever go back to airland i can just reversible procedure because of goal twenty two i got a hammer i'll reverse back with these you know too much here's some puck egypt do you know what that would be egypt egypt what do you think of buck each it is every every word that i don't understand you say it towards somebody else i always think is like demeaning yeah so if you say it's buck egypt i like an idiot i would think that's it used to term each at a couple of times get fidgety games like also in egypt idiot yuck egypt egypt's on we always knew that for small we use we'll time we like to we crack courten court in the school night with somebody you're that you're getting lead you say korten but it's like a it's more slang but yeah bogging ogg and b o g g i n something's bourgain something's bogging something is slow something's behind note discuss them ugly oh you're booking oh bogging bogging doesn't like a book no i didn't have a crack with her she was bogging it's like you're from ireland my hit eerie it is irie have you heard acting the maggot no that must be a southern one ogden the maggot what's going on in the south pete that kind of stuff packed in the maga's it sounds like you are acting the fool i tried being nice but she was acting the maggot being jerk.
"egypt" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's like war medicine you know you have to make choices very fast and and eventually other people can arrive and arrive in arrive how are you don't you how old are you and take your turn fortune for this people are from mali guinea nigeria sometimes even boatloads of libyans fleeing their own country have been rescued fine thank you no egypt egypt twenty the deck you have hundreds of men mostly young people who the day before in libya some of them have the shirt's torn some of them are almost naked all of them have traces of petrol on the body soul torture drying on their body and you cannot refrain from thinking what happened to them when they were in libya because you can see scars on their backs on their shoulders it is known and documented that these people are tortured senator incoming nine one nine.
"egypt" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Egypt sharon three fifty no if you want odin bharti jeff this is i heart radio ninety seven point one wash fm washington variety of the eighties nineties and today.
"egypt" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review
"Yeah exactly is difficult and i think to be honest it's actually not one of the goals of the research per se i can't say for everybody i can what i try to do is to take the personal experiences and try to look at them and then to try and say something through them it's not micro history but it the rationale behind it drives a lot from that from that specific approach yes first of all i think that it changed the family less than what we often assume i think a lot of these phenomena that i talk about late bachelor hood fake marriage arranged marriages in under a in a urges right all of these things and love affairs and love marriages right all existed before the mid nineteen th century and i think it's very often depicted as there was this watershed change that happened the polian came to egypt and then everything changed and i think researching the family you actually see that it's much more of a process some of it is of changes in in parts it is a process that has a lot of continued social attitudes phenomena and approaches to life and the family when you research the family you see that it's one of the most important social mechanisms that allowed people to deal with those macro changes with a change of the economy with a change of discourse more even the norms the change of discourse and the change of expectations but when there have been a great contrast between cairo and like you said those rural areas i mean we're talking about traditional societies in the rural areas of egypt verses cairo which traditionally was really cosmopolitan you know massive teeming city full of people from all over the levant and and europe i mean maybe that's also the difference we're talking about in terms of these different kinds of marriages in love marriages while the warnings in the families asserts will love me or to the and asking you perhaps them with the logical question the.
"egypt" Discussed on The Tel Aviv Review
"The local ruler the deep who invites not only jews but people of different nine muslim affiliations and who can accommodate benefit the changes the he wants egypt to go through and so that the numbers are growing and between eighteen 48 there are about five thousand rabbinic jews and maple say something about that later on then he nineteen 48 the estimations are between eighty in hundred thousand jews so that's not natural increase that's mainly due to immigration and where did they come from will use that word there is a myth that says that there were a lot of us can naasi jews in egypt and to contradict that myth at the peak of the community the about ten percent of the jews they were ashkenazi of eskenazi descent many of them went first the land of israel and then for different reasons couldn't stay there and moved to egypt but the majority of the community are from either the ottoman empire the art lands or the mediterranean mostly greeks italians again like the other communities i was gonna say because there are a lot lots of greeks who move to egypt to begin with rights all right and amman's asthma mahlala jewish greek for henry gravitated to jewish society in other words if there were greeks in general including greek jews who moved egypt the jews among them gravitated to the jewish communities i can't answer for air single family us yes but but in fact the community grew and the institutions a community had in the activities it had drouin numbers annan's in an scope in scale and how did this change their sociology sort of who they were i think it changed drastically because the jews who were in egypt in the mid nineteen th century were mostly people who lived there for quite a long time were part of the muslim arab culture and were integrated into the general society there was a small group of a small elite a very rich families and the rest of the community was rather either poorer living at subsistence level.
"egypt" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Egypt be geez all of the been address of his there were soon the good mm did it the in the b on on and and do no laura.
"egypt" Discussed on KELO
"Nothing has shifted nothing has changed there's something going on there isn't there there's a high technology that we just don't fully understand all oily and you hear a lot of people trying to horn modern technological answer um into ancient egypt and you hear people talk about the of my tug machines they must outta lasers and into even stranger them down i plant and these things there's just really no way to explain how some of these things on the scale of some of these structures could have been accomplished and certainly what we know about our own history there's nothing in our own historical time line to give any indication of how these things could be done then in fact when you go to egypt one of the first things you've come away with is that the story we were told about ourselves in our history there's no way that these things could exist if that were his case and the other thing was an observation that uh i've heard you make before that was really the most important thing about egypt to me it's easy to focus on these structures and these massive um engineering accomplishments but the real jewel of egypt the real sword in the stone in egypt isn't the structures but the structures of their to convey this embolism aired there's a place that uses art and architecture in statuary to communicate this message and it's symbolism omits symbolism that is thing about egypt and the windowdressing or these massive an enigmatic structures but there's a message comes from this ancient culture that is weirdest and in some sense the very most important thing that humanity could discover and i wonder sometimes if that isn't part of the reason why there is such an organized effort to keep you know mr and.
"egypt" Discussed on Giants of History
"Rome between poppy and cesar this was strike three clear pat you're was now in trouble she had as far as the people of egypt were concerned bowed down to rome and sent the troops who had murdered the governor sons back to syria for refusing to leave their homes in egypt and then she sent food and supplies to a roman army when the people of egypt themselves were already starving and food riots were raging on top of all of that were the week nile floods themselves now we don't know exactly how it all went down after this but we do know that after these three strikes klia patch her was out pap awry from around this time now have clear patras name being omitted showing only the name of ptolemy the 13th thus some time between june and september of forty nine b c e clear patch her was deposed from her own thrown but not only was she deposed she had to flee for her life out of egypt as potent this would most certainly have tried to half her killed bow to protect the rain of ptolemy the 13th and to prevent any future attempt by cleopatra two returned to egypt and take back power and in retrospect poyton us and ptolemy the 13th should have made more of an effort to track cleopatra down and killer as it wouldn't be long before what they feared would happen did but at that moment toward the end of forty nine b c e cleopatra was done after just over three years in power despite the wise political maneuvering that she had displayed by travelling to thieves for the installation of the sacred bull and despite her being the only pharaoh who ever care.
"egypt" Discussed on Giants of History
"O that someone was potent us as this struggle for power this game of chess so to speak between cleopatra and poyton hisptolemy the 13th as the struggle got underway it was clear that clear pat had the upper hand evident in the facts as we've already mentioned that the official documents from this time omit tommy the 13th name and the coinage issued bears only the face of cleopatra but according to pap awry dated from around this time there would be two main factors that would change the power dynamic in egypt tipping the balance of power away from cleopatra and toward ptolemy the 13th and puffiness the first factor would be out of klia patras control as it would be the nile river itself that will turn against her the second reason she would lose power would be how she handled her first official entanglement with rome so starting with the nile river issue first now it's no coincidence that the first four civilizations to spring up in history were around major world rivers civilizations relied on these rivers to provide almost every single thing that they needed to survive and the reason egypt was so rich in resources and so steady in its societal development was because the nile river was so predictable and so reliable in its flood patterns now every year for the most part between may and august monsoons in the highlands of ethiopia would caused the blue nile and the white nile which are to feeder rivers of the nile river we all know to flood considerably and as a result from about late june all the way through september and october the nile would rise to the point where it burst over its banks.
"egypt" Discussed on Giants of History
"When we left off last episode we had been discussing the major educational influences on the young cleopatra's life those being the time she spent in and around the library of alexandria as well as the threeyear trip around the mediterranean that she's thought to have taken with her father during his exile from egypt and it would only be a few years after that cleopatra returned from this trip that her father would elevate her to queen of egypt but soon after this event in fifty one b c e ptolemy the twelfth died and in his will dictated that his oldest son ptolemy the 13th become king of egypt upon his death and kohl ruler of egypt alongside cleopatra cleopatra was eighteen at this time ptolemy the 13th was 10 and neither one of them wanted to concede power to the other or was interested in being in a coal ruler now we know that cleopatra was old enough to recognize the value so to speak in ruling alone but her brother's opposition to ruling alongside cleopatra must have been given his age mostly fueled by his advisers who as we said were jockeying for power themselves in this situation the stage was now set free showdown between the two siblings and it would be as we now know and which they also must have known back then a fight to the death and right out of the gate after her father died cleopatra went to work consolidating her power and immediately she did something that proved she would be forced to be reckoned with the year she had spent studying not just books apparently but also the people and the culture over which she rained had paid off now as we said the ptolemies.
"egypt" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast
"Had to worry about was bring your own toilet paper but it was supposed to be this phenomenal getaway spot and since israel sort of obviously we used to live there right oh you go i said you lived everywhere yeah that was one of the first places where we had settled and then were told hey give sinai to egypt to make peace ray yeah and since then there was quiet but it's been in the last 10 years or so that it's got more and more dangerous to go there where it is no longer the getaway spot but rather the spot where isis is and that's scary and that's scary for israelis but i never think about it as isis being scary for muslims but here you are the sufi as i understood from some articles that i was reading they're very mystical when it comes to the part of islam there are more missed the coal and have leica interconnection with god and mohammed and i guess that's frowned upon by isis who has the more traditional sense of what is low in light of voting only they are pretty much regarded by isis has no muslim when it comes down to as as a completely legitimate target though glasses keep when redefining what they consider to be a legitimate target every day and it pretty much includes everybody yet they have something in common with trump tower in that sense when you said that i was like that sounds just like us something trump would say exactly what you just said which came from asia yeah well let's michelle from wind when he heard the terp when use rebudgeted while this war they needed a whoa whoa i didn't realize an exa carry end and egypt were contiguous but there you go without raza thanks very much for that trump right his usual a tweets about this is despicable and doesn't by kutan regards we on landing he must have saved tweet said he can just reach week yes yeah that was good for trump to restore constructive ironic really keeping he called build wobble there you go so yes will will.
"egypt" Discussed on The Mideast Beast Podcast
"In the palestinianisraeli conflict you know you got me he got me good now i'm sick no it's it's good everything is good i learned my lesson you know you're never too old to to be a dumb asked so i went out without my raincoat i suffer the consequences and here i am a week later sick because i'm not used to it but in that week other shitty things have happened to people that don't deserve it and so that would bring me to egypt horrible news that came out of there over the weekend of this horrific bombing and shooting killing hundreds of worshippers dozens of children among them of these suef t moslems alex i'm sure you know the news what what were your thoughts as you saw this break over the weekend romanov's loops three hundred freeholder before casualties dolphins dozens of children referred faluji options the crosses the saw noise bring something was written dragging on them for a long time now it's probably the biggest source of tension the biggest danger to egypt outside of a potential war with ethiopia coast over water which the other thing that potentially is a big issue egypt with the dams of ethiopian zone building up river but yeah we'll kenny size omonoia i'd been unmanageable for the egyptians for years yeah they just don't have the results says states will people regard as ungoverned space international relations terms now the egyptians a calm exercise the what you call the monopoly of force which is what you normally regard as one of those little standards that being a state so you've got the not believe violence was in the area that you call your country while i know sinai eight used to be this place that everyone wanted to go because it was beautiful it was a destination it was a tropic it's like whole lie in the middle of the middle east middle middleaged middle of in italy's it's really cheap the only thing you.
"egypt" Discussed on Throwing Shade
"Thank you shouldn't clap too much for me because i will like stand up and start before you're right a call for all of the wild so any egypt's i there is a group of lawmakers who presented further legislation so egypt is a is a place not very safe for lgbt people that would criminalise homosexuality even more than it is right now including making it a crime to advertise gay gatherings so what it is so that means no pride parades basically like no you know ouattara happened live parties are like no like you know exactly exactly liberals is our net flex everyone come over now this all came from a rainbow flag there was waved during a concert by performer named uh i think it's mushroom leyla who is i believe lebanese and marsha taylor was performing in egypt and someone waved a rainbow flag in the audience because the lead singer of this band is is is gay yeah and so someone way vis flag and it was a big deal was like the first time a rainbow flag it ever been waived in egypt and so it was that he's got the chills i know this was tweeted and it you know when everywhere across the country and even the world is like wow look what just happened that's incredible by it it also sparked this back bag exactly like this was i don't want to say step forward it was a baby step forward it was one act of.