Does your family like to study ancient Egypt–or just ancient history in general? Me too!
I really don’t know much about these websites (except Wikipedia). I just know I ran across them sometime in the last twenty or so years, I found them useful, and they’re still active. I hope to add more in the future (because I’m pretty sure more exploration of ancient Egyptian history is in my future . . . .).
- Virtual-Egypt – An educational, multimedia resource and community about ancient Egypt. This link is to a timeline of events but there are other things. Somebody really likes ancient Egypt!
- Egyptian Kings (Pharaohs). A list of Egyptian kings from touregypt.net, many of them with bios. You can never have too many king lists, can you?
- Timeline of ancient Egypt. A timeline of periods, dynasties, and significant people in table form, plus a timeline of events and significant people in table form. Charts and tables are essential. Links to other resources.
- Egypt Dictionary Index. Also from touregypt.net.
- Egypt: History – Pharaonic Dynasties and Egyptian history from the Lower Paleolithic Period through the English Occupation. Another touregypt.net page. Apparently I liked the way they present information!
- Physical Map of Libya, Egypt, Chad, Sudan, Eritrea, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Central African Republic, Somalia – Atlapedia Online
- Timeline of Ancient Egypt. Timelines you can buy.
- WebBible Encyclopedia from ChristianAnswers.Net. I had linked to Pharaoh but I’m sure there’s lots more there!
- Egyptian chronology – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Wikipedia has a lot of information, of course! You may get lost. Be sure to check out the references and links at the end of each page for even more.
- List of pharaohs – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Another starting point.
- Em Hotep – Egyptology for the Layperson and the Scholar. A site by someone who really likes Egypt.
- Ancient Egyptian Culture. About paleolithic Egypt. I’m always looking for clues to Egypt’s beginnings. I say “clues” because that’s certainly all I expect to find reading stuff like this!
- Online Bible. Not specific to Eygpt, but one of my favorite study resources for any ancient topic.