The Count said that he regretted not being able to remember, just at that moment, the precise dimensions of any one of the principal buildings of the city of Aznac, whose foundations were laid in the night of Time, but the ruins of which were still standing, at the epoch of his entombment, in a vast plain of sand to the westward of Thebes
The story was thence carried down to the end of the expedition under Polyneices, Adrastus and Amphiarus against Thebes
Seddik Afifi in 1990, Tiba has grown from one K-12 school (Thebes
School) to cover both the higher education segment through the Thebes
Academy chain, and university-level education through Nahda University.
Moira's reputation as a writer was forged in plays and film scripts as varied as Dinner, Welcome to Thebes
, Tamara Drewe and Handbagged, her wickedly funny take on the imagined relationship between the Queen and Margaret Thatcher.
However, the teenager is keen to take control of his chaotic empire, and starts by sneaking out to Thebes
to learn more about his subjects - and when he comes to the rescue of a beautiful villager, he finds himself recruited to join a band of would-be warriors.
Contract award: supply and installation of remote monitoring systems, remote-water supply of the Municipality of Thebes
Melissa: The female god Dionysus has come to Thebes
to avenge her mother and the mistreatment she received as a child.
Qatari student Hessa al-Noaimi was cast in the title role of Antigone and Waleed Hachicho played King Creon, Antigone's uncle and the ruler of Thebes
, where the mythical story is set.
Any bedrock or large boulders require specialized removal techniques, such as those used near the Thebes
Cependant, une greve des employes de la compagnie egyptienne des aeroports a empeche la reprise de leur vol dans le ciel de Thebes
These findings, discovered during the 12th campaign of archeological excavations of the project, shed light on a little-known historical period in which Thebes
becomes the capital of the kingdom and the empire's foundations become established with the dominance of Egypt over Palestine and Syria to the north, and over Nubia to the south.
The Sphinx, a mythical chimera, would stop travelers coming to Thebes
and ask them a riddle: "What is that which has one voice and yet becomes four-footed and two-footed and three-footed?