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Dr Who

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Egypt is a country in northeastern Africa.

History of Egypt

Around 5000 BC, the Osirians visited Egypt during their battle with Sutekh and were worshipped as gods. (DW: Pyramids of Mars) Scaroth was also worshipped by the Egyptians. (DW: City of Death) Khnum was either a Dæmon or a race memory of one. (DW: The Dæmons)

Circa 2650 BC, the Doctor was pursued by the Daleks and the Monk to Egypt, during the construction of a pyramid. (DW: The Daleks' Master Plan)

Circa 2000 BC, Nyssa was sealed in an Egyptian sarcophagus. (MA: The Sands of Time)

Circa 1400 BC, the Doctor and Peri saved Egypt from an alien threat, and were joined on their travels by Erimem. (BFA: The Eye of the Scorpion)

Circa 1366 BC, Ace spent some time in Egypt after fleeing from the Ants. (NA: Set Piece)

The Doctor, Ben Jackson and Polly visited Egypt, where Ben pretended to be Tutankhamen and frightened off some grave-robbers. (DWA: The King of Golden Death)

At some unknown point, the Doctor's TARDIS became represented in some Egyptian hieroglyphs. (DW: Love & Monsters)

In 41 BC, the Doctor and Peri watched Cleopatra's barge on the Nile. (MA: State of Change)

In 1798, Benny aided archeologist Vivant Denon during an Egyptian dig after fleeing from the Ants. (NA: Set Piece)

In 1880, the Doctor, John and Gillian arrived in Egypt, where the TARDIS was captured by Arabs. (TVC: Egyptian Escapade)

In 1911, an archeological expedition led by Marcus Scarman unearthed the tomb of Sutekh. (DW: Pyramids of Mars)

In 1983, Sarah Jane Smith and K-9 visited Warren Martyn's archeological expedition in Egypt, where they discovered an underground city of Silurians and Sea Devils. (DWM: City of Devils)

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Egypt is a region on planet Earth located in northern Africa, and traditionally considered part of the Middle East.

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Ancient Egypt

The Egyptians created a vast empire beginning circa 3150 BCE, and achieved many technological advances in mathematics, medicine, art and architecture. The Egyptians used obsidian blades to perform delicate surgeries. (TOS novel: Vulcan's Forge) The ancient Egyptians were particularly noted for their method of mummifying their dead, and for the elaborate tombs created for their rulers. Many of these tombs were discovered in what became known as the Valley of the Kings. The mysterious pyramids of Egypt were still objects of great interested to temporal scientists of the 31st century. (ENT episode: "Cold Front")

The Kingdom of Egypt was ruled by a monarch called Pharaoh. Ramses the Second was one notable pharaoh who ruled for nearly six decades. (TOS episode: "Patterns of Force")

In the late 23rd century, the USS Enterprise discovered a near duplicate of ancient Egypt on planet Zeta Reticuli II. (TOS comic: "We Are Dying, Egypt, Dying")

Theology

The Ancient Egyptians were polytheistic, worshipping many gods. These gods, including Thoth, were discovered in the late 24th century to have been alien Beings, who had visited Earth in the earliest days of human civiliation. (NF novels: Being Human, Gods Above)

Modern Egypt

Ven Kaldarren and his son, Jason Garrett, visited Egypt and the Valley of the Kings in 2335. (TLE novel: Well of Souls)

Starfleet officer Dina Elfiki was a native of Egypt. (TNG novel: Greater Than the Sum)


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Africa Pan-African Alliance African Confederation (Somalia) • EgyptMadagascarMaliSenegalSouth AfricaUnited States of Africa (Kenya)
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"Egypt" redirects here. For references to Egypt in Lost, see: Egypt in Lost.

Before the first broadcast of Lost in Egypt, the ever growing Egyptian fan base was mainly feeding on available DVDs and P2P shared episodes, which can still be considered as the primary source.

In October 2006, Lost's Season 1 was broadcast in Egypt, and other Arab countries, on Showtime network's TV LAND. After the success and high ratings earned by the show, Showtime bought the rights to broadcast Season 2, which was announced for weekly airings. Season 3 was first broadcast in early 2007 and has since been rebroadcast daily in early 2008, in preparation for the airing of season 4 in the summer.

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October 2006 Airtime (Season 1)

Broadcast by: Showtime-TV LAND.

Time: Saturdays-to-Thursdays at 1:00 A.M., Repeated at 9:00 A.M. the next day (Cairo Time).

Dubbed: No.

Subtitled: Yes (In Arabic).

November 2006 - May 2007 Airtime (Season 2)

Broadcast by: Showtime-TV LAND.

Time: Fridays at 8:00 P.M, repeated at 2:00 P.M. on Sundays (Cairo Time).

Dubbed: No.

Subtitled: Yes (In Arabic).

Early 2007 Airtime (Season 3)

Broadcast by: Showtime-Showseries 1

Dubbed: No.

Subtitled: Yes (In Arabic).

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Ancient Egypt was a long-standing and once-flourishing civilization in northeastern Africa on the planet Earth. People or things originating from Egypt are described as Egyptian.

The civilization built itself around the river Nile over the period of approximately 3,500 years, beginning around 3150 BC with the unification between factions along the Nile.

Nefertiti was believed to be a pharaoh in ancient Egypt, or at least power-shared with her pharaoh husband.

In 2373, throwing himself onto Samantha Delaney's folded space drive weapon in an attempt to stop it destroying Earth, Noel Turner was thrown back to approximately 1350 BC in ancient Egypt. Once there, he discovered what he believed to be an alien threat, headed by Ay, and attempted to stop it. This belief stemmed from the fact no Nefertiti seemed to exist in this timeline, and Turner believed Ay and his cohorts had murdered her to alter the timeline.
In 2374, Patricia Graves, commanding officer of the new Cantabrian-A, discovered a time portal leading to the same time frame Turner was in and entered it. In order to stop the battle and bring the aliens under control, Graves exchanged herself for Turner's safety and release back to 2374; the aliens agreed.
Graves became Nefertiti; the aliens had not murdered Nefertiti, but she simply did not exist until Graves created her. (Star Trek: The Cantabrian Expeditions: "Where There's A Man Who Has No Voice, There Ours Shall Go Singing")

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