Apocryphal gospel of Christianity, that was found with the Nag Hammadi excavations in 1947-49. Written in Coptic language.
Egyptian pharoah, reigning from 1424 to 1417 BCE, belonging to the 18th dynasty.
A wood-framed singleheaded drum covered with goatskin. Similar to the tambourine in shape and size, but without the metal disks.
Egyptian pharoah, reigning from 1525-1512, in the 18th dynasty.
Egyptian pharoah, ruling from 1512 to 1503 BCE.
City in Morocco with 50,000 inhabitants, situated in the interior of the southern regions of the country. The economical base is production of high-quality silver jewelry, and trade. Includes brief history.
Description used for several important peoples in Central Asia. Estimated population of 100 million worldwide.
Hebrew for "lore" or "instruction'". A collection of writings central in Judaism.
Town in Israel with 25,000 inhabitants, situated in the northern part of the country. Economical base centers around agriculture, fishing and tourism.
City in Morocco with an estimated 320,000 inhabitants. Economical base features trading of agricultural products, including grain and vegetables, citrus fruit, livestock and crafts.