Ancient Egypt Civilisation was started around the reaches of Nile River in North-Eastern Africa. After 7000 years, Egypt still stands proud and tall making the world jealous of its strength and struggle.
Past Civilizations Of Ancient Egypt includes the Ancient Egyptians existed for 3,000 years and created religious systems, impressive architecture and a unique culture that still influences and fascinates the rest of the world today.
From comprehensive sightseeing tours, accommodation arrangements and transportation formalities- every aspect of your Egypt Tours will be carefully handpicked to cater to your taste and interest. All you must do now is sit back and enjoy the Egyptian Holidays show!
Brief Look at Ancient Egypt Eras
|Prehistoric Egypt||pre–3150 BC|
Ancient Egypt (Dynasty Era)
|Early Dynastic Period||3150–2686 BC|
|Old Kingdom||2686–2181 BC|
|1st Intermediate Period||2181–2055 BC|
|Middle Kingdom||2055–1650 BC|
|2nd Intermediate Period||1650–1550 BC|
|New Kingdom||1550–1069 BC|
|3rd Intermediate Period||1069–744 BC|
|Kushite Egypt||744–656 BC|
|Twenty-sixth Dynasty of Egypt||664–525 BC|
Classical Antiquity (Invasion)
|Achaemenid Egypt||525–404 BC|
|Twenty-eighth Dynasty of Egypt||404–398 BC|
|Twenty-ninth Dynasty of Egypt||398–380 BC|
|Thirtieth Dynasty of Egypt||380–343 BC|
|Achaemenid Egypt||343–332 BC|
|Macedonian and Ptolemaic Egypt||332–30 BC|
|Roman and Byzantine Egypt||30 BC–641 AD|
Middle Ages (Islamic Era)
History Of Ancient Egypt
From the starting around Nile River gave foundation to life and lifestyles started taking root. During the last pre-dynastic phase, the Naqada culture began using written symbols that eventually were developed into hieroglyphs for writing the ancient Egyptian Language. However Dynasty Era was the golden period of Egypt. Many customs and traditions were built. Egypt began to spread its name and pyramids, temples, cults, architecture languages, beliefs started forming reforming.
With rise of Egypt, came many those wanted to add Egypt to their history such as Persia, Greece, Roman etc. And thus Egypt was again transformed, changed and got influenced with foreign architecture, language, cults, lifestyles etc.
Invasion of Islamic era, stayed and influenced much harder and with middle ages and later Ottoman invasion, it became Islam dominated. However, British and French made modern transformations that brought revolutions and now Egypt tourism is making use of all these histories and their influence to show the world the colours and affluences of Egypt to the world.
Ancient Egypt Attractions
Egypt Tourism has focused on how to attract tourist worldwide. Ancient Egypt here plays such as enigmatic role. Here are few Ancient Egypt gifts to world:
- Pyramids – Such as pyramids of Giza, Great Sphinx etc.
- Nile River – Explore Egypt history is through cruises and felucca
- Temples – Such as Luxor, Karnak etc.
- Museums – Restored jewellery, artefacts, and what not to witness history
- Tombs – Middle age and Ancient Egypt’s necropolis
- Mosque – Islamic Temples
- Churches – Greek and Roman Temples
- Palaces and gardens – Egypt Architectures
- Camel rides – Experience Egypt traditional transport system in deserts
- Souks and Cuisines – Find rare Egypt arts and crafts and traditional food
- Cultural visits – such as Nubian village, Pharaonic Villages etc.
These Past Civilizations Of Ancient Egypt are not ending alls. We can also divide them acording to Egyptian Sites, where we can get into details. That is why we offer guides with multiple language skills and experience in Egyptology to help you see your dream destination with new eyes and fall in love with Egypt as we do… Egyptian Holidays give you the chance to experience Egypt’s history and best attractions.
To dig deep and explore these colours of Egypt, you will need guides who are experienced and licensed Egyptologist in your language. Let Nile Holiday help you in that. And with a local guide with you, exploration becomes more interesting and worthy. They will show you Egypt from inside and out making your Egypt Tours a one of a kind holiday…