Ancient Egyptian Culture, Mummies, Statues, Burial Practices and Artefacts index
The early beginnings of Ancient Egyptian culture to just before the First Dynasty.
Last updated Wednesday 09 June 2021
Ancient Egyptian culture from the unification of Egypt under King Narmer at the beginning of the first Dynasty, to the end of the 10th Dynasty, at a time of administrative chaos.
Last updated Friday 18 June 2021
Ancient Egyptian culture from the 11th Dynasty, with strong leaders who worked to reunify Egypt, to the end of the 17th Dynasty.
Last updated Saturday 26 June 2021
Ancient Egyptian culture from the 19th Dynasty, to the end of the 20th Dynasty, the New Kingdom, in 1077 BC, during which Ramesses II (Ramesses the Great) consolidated control of large areas of Egypt and Nubia.
Last updated Thursday 08 July 2021
Ancient Egyptian culture from the start of the 21st Dynasty with Smendes (Nesbanebdjed I) in 1077 BC to the conquest of Egypt by Alexander in 332 BC. During this period the power of Egypt was in steady decline.
Last updated Thursday 29 July 2021
Coptic textiles, whose production began in the third and fourth centuries AD in Egypt, were hand woven with unbleached linen warps and dyed wool wefts and frequently featured woollen tapestry decoration. Men's garments were done in sedate colours with monochrome interlace motifs while women favoured floral and figural decorations.
Last updated Saturday 10 April 2021