The Glory of Ancient Egypt
Djoser’s Step Pyramid in Saqqara (Giza, Egypt)
The backside – attempts to reconstruct destruction due to earthquakes (Giza, Egypt)
Stories of life in old Egypt (Giza, Egypt)
The camels near the Giza Pyramid complex are usually given world-familiar famous names. One of them was Charlie Brown (Giza, Egypt)
The car-park for camels (Giza Pyramid Complex, Giza)
Another name for one of the camels I was given was Mickey Mouse (Giza, Egypt)
Smoke and Haze
(Al-Azhar Park, Cairo)
The Man, The Myth, The Legend
(The Great Sphinx of Giza, Cairo)
History Be Told
(Tahrir Square, Cairo)
On the wall of the American University in Cairo (old campus), a skull (representing the military) with beret scraped out (predictably by current authority), and eyeballs underneath to represent the many eyes lost in the revolution.
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