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Egyptian miniature projects for dollhouses, roomboxes and dioramas



This page describes Egyptian projects. See also Egypt  (more from Wikipedia)

  • known as the land of the Pharaohs, King Tut, pyramids.


Egyptian Gift Shop 4

Egyptology Portfolio handmade miniatures
Egyptian priest and cat scene by Alice Zinn
Elizabeth Taylor in Cleopatra ~2000
Miniature Doll Egyptian Revival Mirror
The Pyramid - Week Two
Egyptian roombox detail 3
Egyptian room by Carol Huffman of Dave's Attic Miniatures
Victorian House - The Unwrapping Party
Egyptian Queen Barbie ~ Mint in Box
Egyptian Hall Dan Among the Ruins


Egyptian miniature projects

Egyptian Archeologist's Library - by Belinda McWilliams

Egyptian Revival and Fantasy Dollhouse Miniatures - by Cauldron Craft Minis

Egyptian room

Egyptian Room - by Minifanatsy

Egyptian roombox - by Mama Roach

Egyptian Crypt

Egyptian Museum


Egyptian tombs

Egyptian Tomb

Egyptian Tomb

Egyptian Tomb - by Ichar

Mummy's Tomb - by Fern Rouleau

Seti - by Bill Langford


Egyptian food

  • shish kabab
  • fasieekh - salted, dried fish
  • molokhiyya - a spinach-like vegetable
  • ful mudammas - cooked, creamy fava beans
  • ful (pronounced "fool," bean paste), tahini (sesame paste), koushari (lentils, macaroni, rice, and chickpeas), aish baladi (a pita-like bread), kofta (spicy, minced lamb), and kebabs (grilled lamb pieces) are the most popular.


Important Seasonal holidays in Egypt

What are the most important holidays?

  • Shem al Nessim: this festival marks the beginning of the spring season and is celebrated on the first Monday after Coptic Easter. Typically Egyptians head for beauty spots to enjoy picnics and outdoor activities. (April)
  • South Sinai Camel Festival: Egyptians celebrate the animal that is such an integral part of their culture with a range of activities, the most popular of which is camel racing; head for the resort of Sharm el-Sheikh for the liveliest events. (May)
  • Ramadan: celebrated by the country‚Äôs Muslim population, Ramadan lasts the entire month and is a period of abstinence from food, drink, cigarettes and sexual activity. (December)
  • Eid al-Fitr: the end of Ramadan is marked by a festival which sees high spirits among locals, plenty of feasting and family get-togethers as well as the ritual slaughter of sheep and goats. 


Famous people from Egypt

  • Gamal Abdel Nasser  
  • Anwar El Sadat
  • Hatshepsu - female Pharaoh
  • King Tut - the boy king
  • Omar Sharif - starred as Yuri in Doctor Zhivago


Other Egyptian projects

Egyptian priest and cat scene - Alice Zinn


Instructions for Egyptian miniatures



Miniature printables




Other Printies

Egyptian prints - from PrintieMom



Do you know a group dedicated to Egyptian mini projects, no matter in which language the discussions are held? Add a link here



Blogs about Egyptian mini projects


Research Links:


Egyptian miniatures for sale

Post links to specific items here:

Egyptian Items - by Alice Zinn

Regalia Miniatures - Egyptian Gallery by IGMA Artisan Priska Hess-Groetsch


See also shops_egypt



Books about miniatures and other projects related to Egypt


  • Note: projects made by Egyptian miniaturists about something other than Egypt should go on the appropriately headed page. e.g. Japanese scenes to Japanese page
  • Groups and blogs refer to miniature projects  about Egypt.


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