City of ancient Egypt, situated on the west bank of the Nile, 25 km south of today's Cairo.
Israeli politician, prime minister from 1969 to 1974, co-founder of the state of Israel.
Meaning 'birthday' is a celebration of a holy person in Islam.
The 12th and last Imam of the Twelver Shi'i, also known as Muhammad al Muntazar.
Christian text, gospel included in the New Testament, arranged as the first book.
Independent republic, divided into 12 regions and the capital district.
Egyptian writer, educated at King Fuad 1 University (now University of Cairo).
World religion founded by Mani.
Christian text, Gospel that has been included in the New Testament, as the second book.
City in Iran with 1.9 million inhabitants, at an elevation of 985 metres above sea level.