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(28.) Alan Mikhail, 'An Irrigated Empire: The View from Ottoman Fayyum', International Journal of Middle East Studies 42/4 (2010): 571.
According to the dendrogram, not all the Egyptian individuals have direct relationships with local geographic pattern as some individuals from distant localities were clustered together: Cluster (2) Ash Sharqiyah, Aswan and Bani Suwayf; Cluster (3) Al Qalyubiyah, Al Wadi al Jadid and Ash Sharqiyah; Cluster (4) Al Fayyum and Iskandariyah (Fig.
Alan Mikhail, "An Irrigated Empire: The View from Ottoman Fayyum" [569-590]
The lake is the third largest in Egypt and is part of the Fayyum Oasis, more than 100 kilometres (62 miles) south of Cairo, and part of the ancient Lake Moeris, once a body of sweet water.
The first train, heading to Fayyum, 100 kilometers (65 miles) from the capital, made an unscheduled stop after the driver spotted a water buffalo on the track, it said in a statement.
Also on display are about a dozen portraits, including some Fayyum portraits depicting men and women from Roman Egypt.
In addition to Cairo, Damascus, Beirut, and Baghdad, periodicals founded by women were published in Alexandria, Mansura, and Fayyum in Egypt; Tripoli in Lebanon; and Hums, Hama, and Aleppo in Syria.
From The Cathedral of te Holy Virgin in Port Said, Lower Egypt, to The Tomb of Ibrahim and Girgis al-Guhari in Old Cairo, to The Monastery of the Archangel Gabriel in Fayyum, Upper Egypt, to Churches in Luxor Temple and Karnak Temple in Luxor, "The Churches Of Egypt" is a truly extraordinary volume that with the inclusion of a Glossary, Notes, Bibliographic References, Bibliography, and Index, make it a welcome and enthusiastically recommended addition to personal and academic library collections, as well as being an especially appropriate 'Memorial Fund' acquisition selection for community libraries.
We helped publish his book Building for the Poor and Fathy's style has now changed the whole area around Lake Fayyum in Egypt.
A young boy of obvious talent found all avenues for advancement closed in a deteriorating school system in the neglected province of Fayyum. He found intellectual stimulation instead in the study circles around a mosque where the writings of such extremist thinkers as the Pakistani Abul A'la al-Maududi and the Egyptian Sayyid Qutb circulated.
"I came here from Fayyum," he said, briskly slicing a potato along its length with a small wooden-handled knife.
Shell has been negotiating with EGPC for a 25-year franchise to market gas in the El Fayyum and Ismailia regions.