The Arab World's Legacy: Essays

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Tomb Hidden by History, Now Revealed: Wet Nurse of Tutankhamun May have been His Own Sister Ancient Origins - December 21, 2015 The famous Egyptian boy king, Pharaoh Tutankhamun is believed to have been wet-nursed by a woman named Maia - who may have been his sister. Axis forces around Sollum and Bardia were by-passed in the drive on Tobruk. FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) into Egypt has increased considerably in the past few years due to the recent economic liberalization measures taken by minister of investment Mahmoud Mohieddin, exceeding $6 billion in 2006.

Pages: 378

Publisher: Darwin Pr (June 1985)

ISBN: 0878500405

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