Walk Like An Egyptian
By The Bangles

All the old paintings on the tombs
They do the sand dance don't you know
If they move too quick (oh whey oh)
They're falling down like a domino

All the bazaar men by the Nile
They got the money on a bet
Gold crocodiles (oh whey oh)
They snap their teeth on your cigarette

Foreign types with the hookah pipes say
Ay oh whey oh, ay oh whey oh
Walk like an Egyptian

The blonde waitresses take their trays
They spin around and they cross the floor
They've got the moves (oh whey oh)
You drop your drink then they bring you more

All the school kids so sick of books
They like the punk and the metal band
When the buzzer rings (oh whey oh)
They're walking like an Egyptian

All the kids in the marketplace say
Ay oh whey oh, ay oh whey oh
Walk like an Egyptian

Slide your feet up the street bend your back
Shift your arm then you pull it back
Life is hard you know (oh whey oh)
So strike a pose on a Cadillac

If you want to find all the cops
They're hanging out in the donut shop
They sing and dance (oh whey oh)
Spin the clubs cruise down the block

All the Japanese with their yen
The party boys call the Kremlin
And the Chinese know (oh whey oh)
They walk the line like Egyptian

All the cops in the donut shop say
Ay oh whey oh, ay oh whey oh
Walk like an Egyptian
Walk like an Egyptian

EgyptWorld Read and learn about ancient Egypt in the main museum. Java simulation lets you become the Pharaoh and compete with other online players. Interact with fellow EgyptWorld visitors for a discussion.
Guardian's Egypt Cyber Journey to Egypt. Guardian's Egypt where
you can explore the mystery and splendor of ancient Egypt from the
comfort of your own computer. Great pictures, facts and information about
Egypt, and offers many links to Egyptology and Egypt resources
throughout the World Wide Web. Whether you are merely fascinated
by Egypt, are doing a school Egypt report or project, or are seriously
engaged in the study of Egypt, this site is for you. Enjoy, and check back
often, this site is constantly updated, it is an ongoing labor of love.. *Kids section.
The Plateau Official Website for Dr. Zahi Hawass, Undersecretary of the
State for Giza Monuments. Valley of the Mummies, Sphinx and Pyramids,
conservation and management of the Giza plateau and Egyptian history.
Read about the new tomb found at Saqqara.
Ancient Egyptian Virtual Temple Large Site packed with information.
Including… History, Religion and Beliefs, Daily Life, Maps, Egyptian
Calendar, Medicine, Dance, and more. * Kids section.
Discovery Online Mummies in the Mist. Retrace the path of the expedition, trek
through the mists of the Peruvian jungle, and climb the precarious cliffs to the
Chachapoya mausoleums where the mummies were found.
Play.. Mummified, Match the Mummy.
Discovery Online As the Nile turns… the soap opera that was Cleopatra.
Listen to scenes from the tempestuous life of Cleopatra. Transcript is also available.
White the story is unfolding, explore and learn more about the characters
and the turbulent would in with they lived.
Online Pyramids Have you ever dreamed of exploring the pyramids
of Egypt? If so, enter here, wander through the chambers and passageways
of the Great Pyramid, and learn about the pharaohs for whom these
monumental tombs were built. You can also follow the 1997 field season of
a team of archaeologists as they excavated the bakery that fed the pyramid builders.
History Channel - Egypt Egypt beyond the Pyramids Explore the insides
of Sety l's temple in Abydos and the obelisks at Karnak. Egyptian timeline.
Play the Ancient Tomb Game.{shockwave} Sacred relics, ancient artifacts and
deadly cobras. Can you solve the mystery of this interactive tomb?
Tour Egypt Photos of Egyptian trinkets, statues and more. Artifacts from
Pre-Dynastic, Middle Kingdom, 4th, 11th, 18th, 19th Dynastys and Tut'ankhamun Wing.
Color Me Egypt Egyptian Kid's Corner Monthly games, stories, poems
and more from the Tour Egypt Monthly Magazine. Margo Wayman is the
Children's Editor of Tour Egypt.
Wild Egypt An Online Safari From the colorful shores of the Nile River
to the majestic Red Sea, the land of Egypt teems with animal life,
much of it rarely seen by the outside world. But Wild Egypt brings it all to
you, and you won't even have to leave your chair. So put on your pith
helmets and dig out your khaki pants, we're going on a safari!
Red Sea Virtual Diving Center To anyone standing on its shore and gazing
out across its heavenly waters, the Red Sea may seem to be a mislabeling.
Its blueness is eternal and anything less red cannot be fantasized.
The Red Sea, where the desert meets the ocean, is truly one of the
planet's most exotic and fascinating natural seascape environments. Three Galleries..
Fish, Coral and Beaches. The Red Sea is known for its fierce storms and
chains of reefs and submerged islands. View Major Shipwrecks of the Egyptian Red Sea.
Virtual Egypt Galleries, Tours, Flash movies…including unwrap the mummy,
screensavers, games and fun things to do. Egyptian myths, stories, poems, and
stationary. Very large site with alot to look at.
Ancient Egypt Sections include… Geography, Gods and Goddesses,
Mummification, Pharoah, Pyramids, Temples, and more. Each contains
three sections.. story, explore and challenge. Challenge games require shockwave.
Neferchichi Some of the resources in Neferchichi's Tomb include.
All about mummies, biographies of some well-known pharaohs of Egypt.
Learn how to write in Hieroglyphs. Lesson plans for teachers… including
mummification simulation activity. One of best site for Egyptian graphics, such as the Gods and Goddesses used on our website. If you are planning to use Neferchichi's graphics please, please, please, give them credit on your website.
Jo's World Animations Egypt index
Castletrash.com Realistic Queens, Pharoahs, Priest, Goddesses and Gods. A few objects also.
Egyptian Images Nice selection of small graphics and backgrounds.
The Mummy Returns Official Site from the movie. With a little luck you'll find the
Reincarnator. Discover your ancient pastlife Egyptian identity.
The Prince of Egypt from Dreamworks pictures. Animated movie.
Egyptian Name Translator Find out what your name looks like in Hieroglyphs.
Egyptian Themes A few themes here but you have to look over the list.
Ancient Egyptian Crossword Puzzle
Egyptian Word Search
Ancient Egyptian Word Search
Egyptian Jeopardy Game
Egyptian Puzzle 100 piece online puzzle.

PC Games and Cheats
Pharaoh Build a Kingdom, Rule the Nile, Live forever.
Riddle of the Sphinx
Scarab Demo Description There is a war raging in silence. Mechanical gods
are the foot soldiers for warring factions of beings beyond our solar system,
beyond our comprehension. Here among the pyramids, sphinxes, marketplaces,
and tombs, they are visible only to animals without souls. Alien beings pilot
robots in this bizarre arena to determine the victor in an epic struggle. They seek
the very souls of the ancients. Followers of Osiris have been driven to madness
by an unquenchable thirst for power. Their sole objective is to control mindless
slaves devoted to sacrifice and the building of magnificent monuments.
Their enemy is reason and freedom, the powers of Ra. You must lead the
forces of Ra against the wave of madness. Face the challenge of capturing the
cities and freeing the souls of the inhabitants.
Senet for Windows

Gods and Goddess
Amen "The Hidden One," a primordial creation-deity
Anubis Egyptian god of the dead. Anubis was the often jackal or dog headed god who took the souls of the dead as the "conductor of souls"
Bast Egyptian cat goddess. A goddess of the home and of the domestic cat, although she              sometimes took on the war-like aspect of a lioness.
Bes Egyptian dwarf got believed to guard against evil sprits and misfortune
Chons Egyptian moon god
Dua Protector of the stomach of the deceased
Geb God of the Earth
Hathor Goddess of fertility, of women, and of childbirth. She had many other names such as "The Mistress of Heaven", "The Lady of the Stars", "The gold that is Hathor" and "The Golden One"
Horus In Egyptian mythology Horus was the god of light who personified the life-giving power of the Sun.
Isis Egyptian mother goddess. She is often depicted wearing on her head the horns of a cow, encircled by either a lunar or solar disk
Ka Egyptian name for the vital force of life
Maat Egyptian goddess of truth and justice
Min Egyptian fertility god
Mut Wife of Amen, mother of Khons
Nephthys Egyptian goddess of the dead
Nut Egyptian goddess of the sky and heavens
Osiris Egyptian god of the underworld and of vegetation
Ptah In Egyptian mythology, Ptah was the chief god of Memphis, who created the Moon, the Sun
Qetesh Goddess of love and beauty
Ra Re Egyptian sun god
Selket Scorpion goddess, helper of women in childbirth. A goddess of Love and Protection, she was sometimes called "The Lady of the Place of the Beginning of Time" and "Goddess of Vengeance". She is depicted as a lioness and often holds an ankh or sistrum. Set Egyptian god of chaos. He fought with the Serpent of Chaos, Apopis (Apophis), who threatened the daily course of the sun.
Set Egyptian god of chaos. He fought with the Serpent of Chaos, Apopis (Apophis), who threatened the daily course of the sun.
Shu Egyptian god of the air
Sobek Egyptian crocodile god
Taweret Hippopotamus goddess and protective deity of childbirth
Thoth Egyptian moon god. Thoth was the Greek name for the Egyptian moon deity Djhowtey, god of learning, wisdom, and magic. In late Egyptian mythology he was the creator and orderer of the universe and the inventor of writing, arithmetic, and astronomy.
Wepwawet God of war and of the funerary cult

The design on the $1 bill is the Great Seal of the United States of America, whose design
was set by act of Congress, June 20, 1782. In short, the pyramid is a Freemason emblem,
the eye in the triangle is a symbol of God, the motto "annuit coeptis" is usually translated as
"he hath smiled on our undertakings", and "novus ordo seclorum" means "a new order of
centuries". According to a government pamphlet, the Unfinished Pyramid stands for
"permanence and strength." It is unfinished to symbolize the "future growth and goal of
perfection" of the U.S. The All-Seeing Eye stands for a "deity." The 13 stars overhead, 13
vertical stripes in the shield, 13 olive leaves, and 13 arrows all represent the original 13 colonies