Pertaining to Egypt, in Africa.
A native, or one of the people, of Egypt; also, the Egyptian language.
a native or inhabitant of Egypt
an inhabitant of Egypt
pound (£E) Consists of 100 piasters. In early 1990, the pound was worth between US$1.00 and US$1.50 depending on the exchange rate that applied; the informal market rate was £E=US$0.40. feddan Equals 1.038 acres.
An ancient language spoken and written along the Nile during the three millennia prior to Jesus.
the ancient and now extinct language of Egypt under the Pharaohs; written records date back to 3000 BC
of or relating to or characteristic of Egypt or its people or their language
A typeface that has an almost uniform thickness of strokes and such heavy square (slab) serifs that the thickness of the serif is about equal to its extension from the main stroke. Also known as Slab Serif. Courier, Lubalin and Egyptian are examples of common slab serif types. See also ARIAL COURIER FONT FRAKTUR GARAMOND HELVETICA JENSON NEW CENTURY SCHOOLBOOK SERIF STROKE TIMES ROMAN
A typeface style with slab or square serifs, these lack contrast (i.e. in a serif face, thick serifs and stems that are normally thin are fat). Also known as â€˜Westernâ€™ faces as they are reminiscent of the old American West. They are sometimes made up of human forms and floral figures, and are one of the oldest reminders of the craftsmanship of the 19th century, before the arrival of modern journalism and printing techniques. Still with us today, some of these faces are so bold and condensed that they hardly have any white space between the letters.
a term for a style of type faces having square serifs and almost uniform thickness of strokes.
Amenti, Anubis, Osiris
Pressed glass patterns featuring Egyptian and Greek decorations.
This is arguably the first "influential" style of design dating from 4000 to 300 B.C. Pieces were very colorful and highly decorated. Carvings featured papyrus, lotus, and human and animal forms. Seating was usually of leather or cane and loose cushions were common. The most popular woods of choice were sycamore, cedar, yew and olivewood. Royal pieces were normally further decorated with inlaid ivory, gold and jewels. Egyptian styling has also been a huge influence on craftsmen of later eras.
a rockin' good song in any form
a woman carpenter who performs things because they haven't been done before
a wonderful work of the second type