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  • Unwrapping the Secrets of Ancient Egypt: Cats

    Ancient Egyptians would most likely embrace our obsessive cat culture – they had an officially recognized cat cult, which was centered around the goddess Bastet, and were one of the first civilizations to domesticate cats.

  • Unwrapping the Secrets of Ancient Egypt: Osiris

    Osiris, one of the most popular gods, had a number of different myths associated with both his story and his duties. He was the oldest son of creator gods Geb and Nut, the brother of Set, Isis and Nephthys, and husband to Isis.

  • Unwrapping the Secrets of Ancient Egypt: Papyrus

    What type of aquatic plant can grow between ten and fifteen feet tall, and used to flourish along the Nile River? It’s commonly associated with Ancient Egyptian society, as it was the primary construction material for a number of important items, such as boats, baskets, and shoes.

  • Unwrapping the Secrets of Ancient Egypt: Horus

    One of the oldest, commonly worshipped, and most powerful gods was often depicted as having the body of a man and the head of a falcon.

  • Unwrapping the Secrets of Ancient Egypt: Anubis

    One of the oldest and most commonly worshipped gods throughout Ancient Egypt had the body of a man and the head of a jackal.

  • Hieroglyphics and Scalable Programming for Campers

    Camps are tough to program. This is one of the deep truths in life, like the Sun rising in the East and vanilla being the superior flavour of ice cream. These things are just known, drifting among us all in the collective unconsciousness. But why?

  • Volunteer of the Month: Jaime Simons

    The volunteer of the month is: Jaime Simons! Congratulations!

  • Unwrapping the Secrets of Ancient Egypt: Water Clocks

    Ancient Egyptians were excellent time keepers. They did not possess our modern clock technologies, but they were still able to measure each hour within a day, and at any given moment, could identify what time it was.

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