Lecture on: “A Century of Maritime Archaeology in Egypt”

Presented by Professor of Maritime Archaeology at the Faculty of Arts -Alexandria University (Egypt) Mon, Jan 29, 2018 (6:00 pm to 7:00 pm) This presentation is about underwater archaeological sites in Egypt. In 1912 the French engineer Gaston Jondet discovered the remains on an ancient submerged harbor under Alexandria’s water. Since, several underwater archaeological sites […]

Screening of “The Sultan and The Saint”

Cultural and Educational Bureau Washington, DC And The Baltimore Luxor Alexandria Sister City Committee Bring you a message of peace, tolerance and kindness so relevant to the present times. The Sultan and The Saint is an inspiring film about Muslim-Christian peace. Set in a past period of great religious conflict, it speaks with urgency to […]

Lecture on: “Hatshepsut: the She King”

Lecture on: “Hatshepsut: the She King” Presented by: Kenneth Garrett Photographer National Geographic Society Wed, Aug 9th, 2017 (6:00 pm to 7:00 pm) RSVP to: events@eecous.net Hatshepsut ruled Egypt as King, and when she was gone her images were removed from the many monuments, she was forgotten on the king lists. She had been expunged […]

Lecture on: “What’s New with King Tut?”

The Egyptian Cultural & Educational Bureau in Collaboration with The American Research Center in Egypt Organize a lecture on: “What’s New with King Tut?” By: James P. Allen Charles Edwin Wilbour Professor of Egyptology Brown University 6:00 PM on Friday, March 17th, 2017 (A reception will follow) Venue Embassy of the Arab Republic of Egypt 3521 […]

Lecture on Islamic Architecture and Its Relevance to Human Daily Needs

Embassy of Egypt – Cultural and Educational Bureau and The Near East Section, African and Middle East Division of the Library of Congress Invite you to: Islamic Architecture and Its Relevance to Human Daily Needs By Dr. Heba AbdelNaby Professor of Islamic Archeology Alexandria University, Egypt Free and Open to the Public Tuesday February 21, 2017 […]

Lecture on: Women in Islamic Art

Embassy of Egypt Cultural and Educational Bureau Washington, DC Cordially invites you to a lecture on: Women in Islamic Art Presented by:  Dr. Heba AbdelNaby Professor of Islamic Archeology Alexandria University, Egypt Although Islamic art is generally considered as non-figural art, figural decorative themes were witnessed in Islamic art in various periods and regions. Women […]

Lecture on: Treasures of Egypt

Embassy of Egypt Cultural and Educational Bureau Washington, DC Cordially invites you to a lecture on: Treasures of Egypt Presented by:  Dr. Ali Zohery Egypt holds a unique place in the history of mankind. It has a number of characteristic peculiarities that distinguishes it from other countries and civilizations. Millions of tourists have visited Egypt […]