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The following ancient Egyptian interesting stories i illustrate the resulting effect of the widening gap.Sirius or Spdt in ancient Egyptian is characterized by high luminosity and is a member of the constellation Canis Major. The first day coincides with the arrival of the highest point of river Nile flood at Memphis, south west of Cairo, the capital of Egypt during the early dynastic period of the old kingdom. Egypt then was under the Roman Rule of Emperor Antoninus Pius.Discrepancies in year length underwent complex calculations considering stellar, solar and lunar cycles. The notion of eternal time was personified and deified.Your male friends are NOT friends If you know Egyptian men who have never shown a sign of jealousy, you may consider yourself extremely lucky.Jealousy is part of an Egyptian man as much as hypocrisy is part of society.It should be noted that ancient Egyptian Civil Calendar relates to regal years of each king and their Dynasties.
By counting forwards and backwards the chronological order was then related to three helical risings of the star Sirus mentioned above. C., the beginning of the 26th Dynasty (Saite Period) Egyptian chronology became more accurate.
However, in the mean time, they knew an astronomical calendar which is based on an astronomical concept namely the heliacal rising of a bright star called Sirius "Canis Major, the Dog Star" at the dawn of the eastern horizon. 139 the first day of the Egyptian Civil Year coincided with the helical rising of Sirius, marking the end of a Sothic cycle.
The day on which the heliacal rising of Sirius occurs marks the first day of the year. This phenomenon was celebrated by issuing coins on the back of which appears the Greek inscription A ION, indicating an end of an Era.
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M." Its celebration falls on the 1st day of the month named Tut, the first month of the Coptic year, which usually coincides with the 11th day of September.