This month, the public chose artifacts related to the Nile Flood Day that comes at mid-August each year.
Islamic art museum, Cairo displays a marble mosaic fountain, dating back to the Mamluks’ era.
Coptic Museum displays a bronze jug with the decoration of a cross in a semicircle.
Sharm El Sheikh Museum displays a bowl of aromatic paints in the form of a fish, made of faience, holding a cartouche (a plate bearing personal data of a king in ancient Egypt) .
Royal Jewelry Museum displays the first-class cultivation medal, made of gold and silver, in the shape of a star, with the word “agriculture” written in gold in the middle.Farouk Corner Museum in Helwan displays a set of 5 pieces of porcelain inlaid with silver showing scenes of the Nile and the pyramids, from the twentieth century.
National Police Museum displays a pharaonic boat with 10 sailors from the river police from the ancient Egyptian era.
Manial Palace Museum, Cairo, displays a wooden pad that reads: “If you are in Egypt and you are not living on its running river, then what are you in Egypt?”
Royal Vehicles Museum, Caro, displays a bronze medal of Prince Youssef Kamal, a family member of the Mohamed Ali Pasha Dynasty, with his name inscribed on it.
Gayer Anderson Museum displays a wooden boat, of the ancient Egyptian style, with a parachute under a man, and 6 servants rowing.
Cairo International Airport Museum 2 displays a chain pendant in the form of a Quran made of gold and platinum and studded with diamonds.
Cairo International Airport Museum 3 displays a bronze statue of the winged goddess Isis crowned with the Hathur crown, from the Greco-Roman period.
Alexandria National Museum displays a rectangular bottle with a narrow mouth and a short cylindrical neck.
Hurghada Museum displays a model of a colorful wooden boat with a group of fishermen and a fishing net on it.
Suez National Museum displays part of a limestone block, inscribed with a scene of the Nile deity Hapi, the Nile god, carrying a table on which there are pots and lotus flowers, representing the bounties of the Nile, from the late era.
Ismailia Archeology Museum displays a wooden statue of Hapi, the “god of the Nile,” wearing a chin, covered with a layer of linen with a thin layer of plaster painted black, from the Ptolemaic period.
Tanta Archaeological Museum displays a part of an architectural building inscribed with the god Hapi, the Nile god, on top of which is a crown consisting of a group of papyrus and a branch of a lotus flower.
Matrouh Archeology Museum displays a coin made of bronze, bearing “Ethenia”, the symbol of prosperity and goodness in Greece, from the Greek era.
Tel Basta Museum, Sharqia Governorate, displays a pottery bottle with two necks, each of which ends with a nozzle with circles in light brown and used to preserve water.
Kom Ushim Archeology Museum, Giza, displays a model of a boat made of wood, from the Middle Kingdom in ancient Egypt, with 16 sailors on it.
Mallawi Museum, Minya Governorate displays a group of pottery windows from the Islamic era.
Sohag National Museum displays an altar of King Seti I of quartz, with hieroglyphic inscriptions on all four sides and scenes of the Nile deity, from the New Kingdom.
Translated by Ahmed Moamar