"Ra 9155" Essays and Research Papers

  • Ra 9155

    and in the morning would give birth to it again. Furthermore, the Egyptian creation myth said that in the beginning their was only the ocean, then Ptah, the Lord of Truth who made an egg, that hatched and made the moon and sun, from the sun came Amon-Ra, the sun god from him came air, from the air, the earth, from the earth, the Nile and from the Nile Egypt, which is how Egypt got the nickname ‘the gift of the Nile". Therefore the characteristics of the Egyptian faith are very strict. The Egyptians...

    Akhenaten, Ancient Egypt, Deity 1150  Words | 4  Pages

  • Gods and Goddess of Ancient Egypt

    believed that the Gods were responsible every aspect of their very existence. The Start of Ra When first looking at the start of Gods and Goddess in Egypt all the stories start with Ra. By Egyptian myths Ra is the creator of Mankind, some myths indentify Nu or Nun which is the churning sea of chaos that existed before creation of Mankind. Out of the sea of Chaos came the Sun god Ra. Which entails the start of the newly created gods and goddess and then mankind. ...

    Ancient Egypt, Ancient Egyptian religion, Hathor 1221  Words | 5  Pages

  • Tomb of Tausert and Setnakht

    have perished. The ninth division of the Book of Gates is located on the right-half of the front wall. This half shows more complicated scenes. The upper part of the right wall features the final scene from the Book of Caverns, in which the sun god Ra is shown as a child raised from the waters of creation, which are shown as triangles with waves of water. The sun god is shown as a ram-headed bird on the center of the wall. On the lower end of the wall are excerpts from the Book of the Earth and the...

    Coffin, KV14, Osiris 1044  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ancient Egypt and Egyptians

    so in fact, that most of the Egyptian cities and monuments were named after, or built for, these gods. Many offerings were made to these gods, and were thought to appease them. During the time of King Ramses, the most power deity was the sun god Amun Ra. He was patron of the City of Thebes, located on the Nile River. Located near the city were many shrines dedicated to this supreme god of Egyptian lore. On the West of the Nile River, where the sun sets each day, are situated the Valley of the Kings...

    Amun, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Egyptian religion 963  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Use of Mythological Allusions in Margaret Atwood's Poetry

    Lion-Headed Goddess of War”, Atwood references the Egyptian goddess of war and destruction, Sekhmet, daughter of the god Ra, and various other Ancient Egyptian deities, most notably Osiris. The speaker in this poem seems to be Sekhmet herself, or at least a statue of her, much like in “Siren’s Song”, where the sirens are the speakers. In mythology, Sekhmet is the daughter of the sun god Ra, who unleashes her upon the world to bring vengeance upon those who have rebelled against him. She goes crazy with...

    Agamemnon, Egyptian pantheon, Greek mythology 831  Words | 3  Pages

  • Egyptian Gods

    Singleton Ms. Dobson American Literature November 23, 2012 Ra, the Egyptian God “My name is Ra God of the Sun I have no parents I grew out of Nun The sun goes up I’m born at dawn The sun sets… Then I’m gone” (“Egyptian God”) “In the beginning there was only water a chaos of churning bubbling water.” This is what the Egyptians referred to as Nu or Nun. It was out of Nun that everything began. Ra emerged out of primeval chaos. He came out of a blue giant lotus...

    Ancient Egypt, Ancient Egyptian religion, Egypt 772  Words | 3  Pages

  • Egyptian Mythology

    example, the sun might be described in the symbolism of cattle or the earth in the symbolism of the sun. In the theology of the New Kingdom, the supreme god was Amon-Re, an identification of the Theban (and Hermopolitan) creator-god Amon with the sun-god Ra (successor to Atum) (Mackenzie, 1913). This illustrates how rulers in the ancient Egypt have a connection and are viewed as one of the gods. Historically, the Egyptian gods were local deities venerated by the citizens of their cities, to whom they...

    Ancient Egypt, Ancient Egyptian religion, Egypt 1988  Words | 8  Pages

  • Horus Research Paper

    As mentioned before, Pharaoh was looked at as the living version Horus in life so when he went to the Afterlife he would be greeted by Osiris as a son. The idea of a Pharaoh as being the son of Osiris seems to have changed to Pharaoh as the son of Ra during the Fifth Dynasty of Egypt but the ruler while alive was always considered as the living Horus.(Meltzer) Horus was the son of the goddess Isis. He was formed from all the dismembered body parts of her murdered husband Osiris. She then used...

    Ancient Egypt, Ancient Egyptian religion, Egypt 1324  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Metternich Stela

    which was typical of the style of the period. On Horus’ right is Thoth, the god of wisdom. On his far left is his mother, the goddess Isis and closer to him is Re-Harakhty, a falcon-headed god. The circle on the top of the stele symbolizes the sun god Ra. The inscriptions that surround the stele are composed of a set of thirteen spells against poisons and illnesses and stories of deities’ experience with poisonous animals. The most comprehensive story was written in Isis’ perspective about how Horus...

    Ancient Egypt, Code of Hammurabi, Egyptians 1404  Words | 4  Pages

  • Rahotep and Nefret

    The colors used in this necklace match the colors of her headdress. Nefert also has the same general facial expression as her husband, but her cheeks and chin are a bit more round and full. Rahotep was a prince and the high priest of the sun god Ra at Heliopolis. This deity gained immense popularity in the Fifth Dynasty, in which six kings each built a temple dedicated to the god, and Heliopolis became the center of his cult worship. Although Rahotep was the son of a king and he held an extremely...

    3rd millennium BC, Ancient Egypt, Figurine 953  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ancient Egyptian Religion

    was the Hypostyle Hall, it was located inside the temple. The Hypostyle Hall had about 70-80 feet high columns Abu Simbel is another famous temple located 480 kilometres south of Thebes. It was built by Ramesses II. It was dedicated to the sun god Ra. The temple was built inside a cliff face. The rays of the sun only reached the inside of the temple two days a year. The carvings on the ceilings, walls and pillars. Outside the temple there are four giant statues of Ramesses, each one is six storeys...

    Amun, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Egyptian religion 1044  Words | 3  Pages

  • Egyptian Art: Sakhmet

    with the goddesses given the title "Eye of Re" she wore a sun-disk and cobra on her brow, identifying her as the daughter of the sun god Re. According to myth, Ra became angry because mankind was not following his laws and preserving Ma'at (justice or balance). He decided to punish mankind by sending an aspect of his daughter, the "Eye of Ra". He plucked Hathor from Ureas on his brow, and sent her to earth in the form of a lion. She became Sekhmet, the "Eye of Re" and began her rampage. The fields...

    Ancient Egypt, Egyptian pantheon, Hatshepsut 892  Words | 3  Pages

  • Egyptian Religion

    Horus Amon-Re Aton Osiris Shown above are the four major Egyptian gods. (L-R) Horus was the son of Isis and Osiris. He was king of the gods and stood for light and heaven. Amon-Re was the sun god. He was a combination of the god Thebes and Ra (noon-day sun). He was symbolized by a figure wearing an obelisk which represents the sun’s rays. Aton was also a sun god, and was represented by a disk with protruding rays to symbolize the sun. The last major god was Osiris. Osiris was a king who...

    Akhenaten, Ancient Egypt, Hathor 1149  Words | 6  Pages

  • Egyptian Mythology

    the most influential gods was Ra, primarily because he was considered to be the leader of all gods. He represented the midday sun [1]. People believed that he had three aspects: Khepri, Ra, and Khnum; or sunrise, midday, and sunset. Khepri was a scarab beetle that rolled the sun out in the mornings, and Khnum was the ram-headed god that rolled the sun back down [2]. Khnum is also credited for being the creator of the bodies of children using a potter’s wheel [3]. Ra is believed to have the head of...

    Akhenaten, Ancient Egypt, Ancient Egyptian religion 2234  Words | 6  Pages

  • Egyptian Ancient Religion

    need to justify kingship, along with many others. Egyptians have numerous Gods in there culture and they feel that the Gods walk among them, invisibly on Earth. Ra is the most central God of the Egyptian gods. Known as the sun god, Ra was the most important element of life in ancient Egypt and represented light, warmth, and growth. Ra embodies the Egyptian beliefs of order and truth, and he signifies the cycle of birth, life and death. Of all the ancient Egyptian Gods Anubis is frequently the...

    Ancient Egypt, Ancient Egyptian religion, Egypt 1027  Words | 3  Pages

  • After life

    called Nu, who gave birth to the sun god Ra, who then created his wife Tefnut, who made the rain. Together, they created Seb, God of the Earth, and Nat, the Goddess of the Sky. Seb and Nat were the parents of Osiris who later became the ruler of the underworld, Isis, Set and Nepthys. Ra is given credit for creating the heavens and earth and all creatures. Ra is also said to have created man from his eye, and Ra became the first king on earth. The idea that the god Ra was the first king is the seed for...

    Ancient Egypt, Cairo, Deity 960  Words | 2  Pages

  • Mythology.

    existence. Sekhmet also is a solar deity, sometimes called the daughter of the sun god Ra and often associated with the goddesses Hathor and Bast. She bears the solar disk and the Uraeus which associates her with Wadjet and royalty. With these associations she can be construed as being a divine arbiter of the goddess Ma'at (Justice, or Order) in the Judgment Hall of Osiris, associating her with the Wedjat (later the Eye of Ra), and connecting her with Tefnut as well. Sekhmet's name comes from the Ancient...

    Ancient Egypt, Egyptian language, Egyptian pantheon 884  Words | 3  Pages

  • Ancient Egyptain Deities

    be guided by those that were similar to them. Having this connection with their deities, helped the Egyptians to relate to their world around them. One of the most important gods in all of ancient Egypt was Ra, the sun god. He was the ultimate source of light and life. Ra is usually symbolized with a falcon head with a sun-like disc on his head. This disc is usually surrounded by “the body of the cobra goddess, symbolizing the god’s power of delivering instant death” (Hart 1986: 179). The...

    Ancient Egypt, Ancient Egyptian religion, Deity 1913  Words | 6  Pages

  • Akhenaten

    horrible: incest, infidelity, homosexuality, murder, and usurpation of the throne are but a few examples. Only a few narrators really had nothing to lose by telling the truth regardless of how they behaved: the sculptor Bek, the One God high priest Meri-Ra, Maho the police chief, and Bento the physician. All of these individuals had completely lost all of their former power and glamour, and within their narratives described themselves as completely loyal and loving to the Pharaoh Akhenaten. And even these...

    Akhenaten, Aten, Eighteenth dynasty of Egypt 1298  Words | 4  Pages

  • Creation Myths

    within their family. The sky goddess, Nut was very beautiful and became pregnant with not only her husband, Ra’s children, but also the children of Geb, the god of the earth, and Thoth, lord of Divine words. Upon learning of his wife’s infidelity, Ra cursed Nut and informed her that she would never give birth to any of her children. Nut went to Thoth and got him to devise a plan in which she was able to give birth to her children. Thoth convinced the moon to play games with him and every time...

    Hathor, Horus, Isis 1063  Words | 3  Pages

  • Isis

    menat necklace or Sycamore tree. Her headdress is later replaced by Hathor’s horns of a cow with the solar disk between them. Like most Egyptian gods, she at most times holds an ankh and a simple staff. What are her powers? She has the powers of Ra and knows powerful magic, most of them being protection or healing magic. She may also have Horus’s powers. She lives forever but is not immortal and can suffer wounds. Her day was called the Night of the Teardrop / Cradle. That day was when the Nile...

    Ancient Egypt, Hathor, Horus 836  Words | 3  Pages

  • Egyptian Myth

    comes Ra; god of the sun.  "When the world first started, only the ocean was there.  Ra came out of his egg when it appeared on the surface of the water.  He was the first Egyptian god" (Ancient Egypt Online).  Ra later spat out his children Shu and Tefnut.  Shu is his son, the god of air.  Tefnut is his daughter, the goddess of moisture.  Later, Tefnut gave birth to two children; Geb and Nut.  Geb was the god of the sky and Nut the goddess of the Earth.  It was said that Nut was married to Ra, but...

    Ancient Egypt, Ancient Egyptian religion, Egypt 1269  Words | 3  Pages

  • Anubis, God of the Dead.

    feminine. He is also listed to have taken to wife the feminine form of Neheb Kau, Nehebka, and Kebauet. Kebauet, the Goddess of cold water, is also listed as his daughter in some places. His father was originally Ra in many papyrus records which were found in pyramids.(Anubis is fourth son of Ra.) But in after ages, his father was said to be Osiris, as he was the god of the dead, and his mother was said to be Nephthys. Anubis was identified as the father of Kebechet, the goddess of the purification of...

    Ancient Egypt, Anubis, Horus 1352  Words | 4  Pages

  • Egyptian Myths and Legends

    Then the sun came in, Ra was said to come out of an egg (or a flower) in other versions that appeared on the surface of the water. Ra , the sun god created four children. The children were gods as well, Shu and Tefnut became air, who stood on Geb , the earth, and held up Nut, who became the sky. Ra ruled all. The children of Ra then had children of their own, Geb and Nut had two sons , Set and Osiris, and two daughters Isis and Nephthys. Osiris was said to have succeeded Ra as the ruler of the earth...

    Ancient Egypt, Ancient Egyptian religion, Hathor 3869  Words | 9  Pages

  • SAES-068

    Loss Prevention Standards Committee Members Ashoor, E.A., Chief Fire Prevention Engr., Chairman Fadley, G.L., Vice Chairman, Loss Prevention Al-Ghobari, A.M., Abqaiq Area Loss Prevention Al-Hassar, F.A., Riyadh Area Loss Prevention Al-Janaby, M.A. Ras Tanura Area Loss Prevention Al-Sayed, S.M., Jeddah Area Loss Prevention Al-Seba, Z.A., Materials Control Al-Sultan, S.A., Dhahran Area Loss Prevention Al-Utaibi, A.S., Consulting Services Al-Zahrani, M.J., Terminal Anderson, S.V., Jeddah Refinery ...

    Abqaiq, Dhahran, Ras Tanura 532  Words | 3  Pages

  • Egyptian Gods

         | | Egyptian Gods | |      | | | | | | God of | Name | Appearance | Sun | Ra | head of falcon and sun disk | Music | Hathor | horns of cow and sun disk | Destruction | Sekhmet | head of lion | Sky | Nut | blue with golden stars | Earth | Geb | colour of plants and Nile mud | Dead | Osiris | dressed in white with crook and flail | Desert | Seth | animal head with long curved snout | Pharoah | Horus | head of hawk and crown of Egypt | Magic | Isis | throne on head...

    Ancient Egypt, Hathor, Horus 3122  Words | 12  Pages

  • Ma'at

    form of a women or goddess. The belief was that, Ma’at, was the goddess of morality, order and truth. The reason why there was some belief that Ma’at was a goddess is because there was evidence found in some old drawings of her standing with the god Ra, who was believed to be her father. The symbol representing Ma’at as a concept was an ostrich feather, because the Egyptians believed that when they die and are judged, their hearts are put on a scale opposing an ostrich feather. If their hearts are...

    Ancient Egypt, Belief, Egypt 437  Words | 2  Pages

  • Art History

    outfit shows wealth. Sekhmet also shows many signs of power. Her name is derived from the Egyptian word "Sekhem" (which means "power" or "might") and is often translated as the “Powerful One” This ancient Egyptian goddess Sekhmet is known as the Eye of Ra. She is the power that protects the good and gets rid of the wicked. Sekhmet is the wrathful form of Hathor who is the Goddess of joy, music, dance, sexual love, pregnancy and birth. She is also Goddess of the sun and one of her powers is intense blinding...

    Ancient Egypt, Desert, Egyptian language 630  Words | 2  Pages

  • Aunt Jennifers Tigers

    that the tigers are moving in a happy, lively fashion. They are “topaz denizens of a world of green”. Topaz is unquestionably an ancient healing stone and gemstone. The Egyptians believed that topaz was colored with a golden glow of the mighty sun god Ra. Because of this they believed that topaz was very powerful and protected faithful against harm. The Romans associated topaz with Jupiter, who was their god of sun. The Romans considered topaz to be a symbol of power of the ruler who had it. They also...

    Meaning of life, Negative feedback, Poetry 559  Words | 2  Pages

  • Notes on Amarna Art

    lack of genitals, wide hips and thighs, narrow waist. • Traditional representations of men had chiseled muscles, animal representations, eg, theriocephaly - artistic descriptions of characters that simultaneously share human and animal traits. Ra, Sobek, Anubis etc. • Faces are still shown in traditional profile. • Akhenaten elongated head, large nose/chin, narrow face. Amenhotep IV • Ruled for 17 years. • Abandoned traditional polytheism, monotheistic worship of the Aten, sun...

    Akhenaten, Amenhotep III, Amun 331  Words | 2  Pages

  • Djoser vs Zinggurat

    Pyramid. The Ziggurate was constructed as a dedication to the moon god Nanna, also called Sin (pg36). The Pyramid was equally created with respect to a certain god but it served two purposes. The Step Pyramid signified a stairway to the Sun god Ra but it also served another purpose. It protected the tomb in which the kings mummified body was buried. (Stokstad53). It provided a comfortable home for the Ka of the departed king. So that even after death he would be able to watch over Egypt and make...

    Ancient Egypt, Imhotep, Lunar deity 510  Words | 2  Pages

  • Mesopotamia vs Egypt

    Egypt and Mesopotamia both had similar religions. Both societies believe in many gods for example the sun god, river god, fire god and so on. So both civilizations were polytheistic. In the case of Egypt, there were supreme gods such as the sun god Ra, Amon, and Osiris. Each male god had a female goddess consort. Osiris, the god of the dead and of fertility, was married to Isis, the goddess of magic and love. They had a son, named Horus. The Mesopotamian cultures had religions that had many gods...

    Ancient Egypt, Civilization, Cradle of civilization 564  Words | 2  Pages

  • Nicole Clintsman

    of the gods to battle Apophis. Jaz (Jasmine) is a cheerleader from Nashville, Tennessee; she is one of Sadie and Carter's initiates at the Brooklyn House. She is a healer. She accompanies them to the Brooklyn Museum to find a scroll from the Book of Ra, but falls into a coma after stopping the Arrows of Sekhmet when they were accidentally unleashed. Ever since the gods of Ancient Egypt were unleashed in the modern world, Carter Kane and his sister Sadie have been in trouble. As descendants of the...

    Ancient Egypt, Ancient Egyptian religion, Egyptian pantheon 682  Words | 2  Pages

  • Ancient Egypt

    pray to the god(s) for an answer. The ancient Egyptians thought of Religion as an everyday thing. They’d pray in Giant temples. Some famous temples were * Luxor - The Temple of Luxor built by Amenhotep III and Ramses II dedicated to the gods Amun Ra and Horus. * West bank of Luxor - the temple at Deir el Bahari - The mortuary temple of Hatshepsut was built by the Great Steward of Amun who was called Sennemut dedicated to the god Amun. * Karnak - The most famous temple at Karnak is the...

    Ahmose I, Amun, Ancient Egypt 695  Words | 2  Pages

  • Mummification Was the Only Really Important Part of Death in Ancient Egypt. How True Is This Statement? Discuss

    were always on the western side of the Nile. This is because the sun sets in the west and the Egyptians associated it with death. The trip to the western side was traditionally taken on boats. This is similar to their belief that the Egyptian sun god Ra moved across the sky in a boat each day. (El Mahdy, C. 1989). Mummification was essentially a fundamental ceremony but there were others that are just as important. Among the ceremonies performed at the burial, the most important one was the opening...

    Ancient Egypt, Ancient Egyptian religion, Burial 3500  Words | 9  Pages

  • Ancient Egyptian

    will. (There was both a higher, guardian angel like Ka and lower Ka that came from knowledge learned on earth.) * Ba - The human headed bird flitted around in the tomb during the day brining air and and food to the deceased, but traveled with Ra on the Solar Barque during the evenings. * Khaibit - The shadow of a man, it could partake of funerary offerings and was able to detach itself from the body and travel at will, though it always was thought to stay near the Ba. * Akhu (Akh, Khu...

    Ancient Egypt, Ancient Egyptian literature, Ancient Egyptian religion 6945  Words | 18  Pages

  • Deir El-Medina

    life. Religious beliefs in ancient Egypt shaped the way that every single person thought and acted. The Pharoh was "the son of Ra", most nobles and officals were preists and the Pharaohs built huge temples to please the gods and mae sure that the link between the people and the gods was always strong and never severed. The middle ground for this belief system was that Ra, the sun god, had created an ordered and just world for people to share his love. But a step outside this took you a cruel, un-just...

    Amun, Ancient Egypt, Deity 783  Words | 2  Pages

  • Ancient Egyptian Religion

    Ancient Egyptian Religion Ancient Egyptian society revolved nearly completely around religion. The most worshipped god was the supreme god Amun-Ra (can also be spelled as Amun-Re) It was believed that he had created all the gods, and heaven and earth. He is usually depicted as a man either standing or seated on a throne wearing a crown with the sun disk. Ra was also worshipped as the creator of gods and men. Every day when the sun set, Egyptians believed that he would go to war with Apepi, the serpent...

    Ancient Egypt, Ancient Egyptian religion, Horus 634  Words | 2  Pages

  • Aramco - Company Introduction

    of exploration, oil was discovered in commercial volume when a well named Dammam Number 7, near today's headquarters in Dhahran, began to flow -- and ushered in a new era for Saudi Arabia. Things moved quickly, and in 1939 King 'Abd al-'Aziz visited Ras Tanura to inaugurate the first shipload of Saudi crude oil ever exported. The young Kingdom was now officially launched into the international petroleum industry Corporate Mission: Saudi Aramco's mission as an integrated international company...

    Hydrocarbon, Petroleum, Petroleum industry 1403  Words | 5  Pages

  • Egyptian relationship between gods, men and earth

    death (Fiero 44-49). Ra was the Sun god of Egypt and creator of the rest of the Egypt’s gods. Another important element of nature for the Egyptians was water “The Nile River’’. The Nile River has a major role in Egyptian mythology. As the Nile flows from the heart of Africa to the Mediterranean Sea, it creates a fine line of productive land; which is the perfect setting for the ascent of the Egyptian civilization (Fiero 44-49). Hapi was the god of the Nile. He was as powerful as Ra since he was the...

    Ancient Egypt, Ancient Egyptian religion, Egypt 675  Words | 2  Pages

  • Uae National Day

    of the Trucial States (Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Umm al-Qaiwain, Ajman and Fujairah) agreed on a Federal Constitution for achieving independence as the United Arab Emirates. The UAE became independent on 2 December 1971. The remaining sheikhdom, Ras Al Khaimah, joined the United Arab Emirates in February 1972. Sheikh Zayed of Abu Dhabi (the namesake of the University and driving force for the creation of the UAE) took office as the first President of the United Arab Emirates. Today, the UAE...

    Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan 2659  Words | 7  Pages

  • Introducing About Uae

    300thousands(300,000) Umm Al-Quwain Umm Al Quwain has least population in UAE. There are just 70 thousands of people. Main industry is fishing and date farming.(date is 대추야자) And the biggest waterpark ‘Dreamland Aquapark’ is in Umm Al Quwain. Ras Al-khaimah Ras Al Khaimah has a long history. Actually it was the biggest city in their area. I’ll tell you about UAE’s history later. Population is about 250thousands, same as Ajman. Agriculture and fishing are still important, but they are also developing...

    Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Emirates of the United Arab Emirates 1648  Words | 5  Pages

  • Economy in the Uae

    economical reasons, consequently the tourism development is not uniform across the country. Every individual emirate is set to develop its own sector of tourism as for a result some emirates are competing with each other. The emirates of Umm al-Qwain, Ras al-Khaimah and Ajman has no air-connection with foreign countries, they have few hotels and shopping facilities unlike the other emirates. Fujairah is the emirate that attracts mostly beach tourists due to its coast line on the Indian Ocean; in 1997...

    Abu Dhabi, Al Maktoum International Airport, Dubai 1002  Words | 3  Pages

  • Uae Cultural Profile

    has been fair and reasonable. The country is among the best in the world in terms of per capital income. Political situation UAE is a country formed by seven emirates which include Dubai, Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Fujairah, Umm al-Qaiwain and Ras al-Khaimah. The president of the country is the head of state while the prime minister has the role of head of government. The political system of UAE is hereditary as sons from the royal families inherit the popular seats. Currently the political system...

    Abu Dhabi, Arab people, Dubai 1200  Words | 4  Pages

  • Crisis Blown over

    the ESI Act., so that, in case of such situation, the ESI Act. Would have been appropriate to cover it. Best Regards, For & onbehalf of CERAMIN FZC Yukesh Shah Deputy Manager – Business Development CERAMIN FZC PO Box 6390 | Al Jazeera | Ras Al Khaimah | United Arab Emirates Tel: +971 7 243 3360| Fax: +971 7 244 7867 | GSM: +971 55 4114 270 Email : s.yukesh@ceramin.net URL : www.ceramin.net A member of Trimex Group This communication contains information which is confidential...

    Decision making, Decision making software, Decision theory 882  Words | 3  Pages

  • Nokia

    CURRICULUM VITAE Abdullah Muhammad Akram P.O.Box 11705, Ras-Al-Khaimah UAE Date of Birth : 11th February, 1993 Email: abdulla_mohd17@hotmail.com Mobile No: 056-7201610 Visa Status: Father sponsorship PERSONAL OBJECTIVE: ➢ To seek a career in a progressive organization, providing an ethical and professional working environment and offering a challenging, demanding and diverse nature of job, where I can exercise my abilities, learn new skills and contribute towards the betterment...

    Islamabad, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Office 2007 472  Words | 3  Pages

  • Food of Paradise

    Literary Piece The Food of Paradise is a short story by Shihab al-Din Ahmad ibn Majid al-Najdi, commonly known as Ibn Majid. He is known to be one of the greatest and most illustrious Arab navigators of all times. He was born in Julfar (today’s Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates) in the early 1430s and became renowned during the last half of that century.  The exact date is not known, but ibn Majid probably died in 1500. ibn Majid was the author of nearly forty works of poetry and prose. The...

    Ahmad ibn Mājid, Navigators, Ras al-Khaimah 1115  Words | 3  Pages

  • entry mode

    UAE’s oil reserves are ranked the world’s sixth largest and the UAE possesses one of the most-developed economies in West Asia. The United Arab Emirates is a constitutional federation of seven emirates; Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharjah, Ajman, Umm Al-Qwain, Ras al-Khaimah and Fujairah. The federation was formally established on 2 December 1971. Economic Strength It is the thirty-fifth largest economy at market exchange rates. UAE has a high per capita GDP, with a nominal per capita GDP of US$47,407 as per...

    Abu Dhabi, Arab people, Dubai 2069  Words | 6  Pages

  • Uae Society

    description of the historical development of the UAE Society. UAE, United Arab Emirates, goes back to a long history where it was ruled by the British. United Arab Emirates consist of 7 emirates which are Abu Dhabi, as the capital, Dubai, Sharjah, Ras Al Khaimah, Umm Al Quwain, Ajman and Fujairah where the seven emirates have all united in the year 1971. His Highness Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan ( May his soul rest in peace) was the ruler of the UAE and passed the role on to his son after his...

    Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan 1726  Words | 5  Pages

  • OB Assaignment Case Study

    dimensions. The fourth section discusses methods used while the fifth section presents and discusses results. The final section offers conclusions. 1. The Context The United Arab Emirates comprises seven emirates: Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Sharajah, Ajman, Ras al-Khaimah, Fujairah and Umm al-Quwain, which forms a federation with substantial powers to each emirate. The economy of United Arab Emirates (UAE) is largely dependent on the production and export of oil and gas. Dubai Emirate is a notable exception...

    Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Employment 1766  Words | 9  Pages

  • Sheikh Zayed's Housing Programme

    electricity have been supplied thereto. As for the design, they have been designed to cope with all requirements of the proper modern house | The project of building 30 houses in Khett, Ras Al KhaimahConstruction, completion and maintenance of a residential complex for citizens, composed of 30 houses in Khett, Ras Al Khaimah, for a total value amounting to fourteen million dirhams. The work in the project started on 10/9/2005 and ended on 8/1/2007. All requirements relating to handover of these houses...

    Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, House of Al Nahyan 1810  Words | 5  Pages

  • Abudhabi Islamic Bank

    services. The Institutional Banking division offers treasury and foreign exchange services. 1.4. Organization Chart and Students position in the chart : - 1.5. Customer / Profitable Service:- 1.6. Competitors :- 1. National Bank of Ras Al Khaimah (RAKBank) 2. First Gulf Bank 3. Emirates Islamic Bank 4. Abu Dhabi Commercial Bank 5. Dubai Islamic Bank 6. National Bank of Dubai 7. Mashreq Bank 8. Lloyds TSB Bank 9. Commercial Bank of Dubai ...

    Abu Dhabi, Bank, Dubai 532  Words | 3  Pages

  • Aston Martin Move to Uae

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    Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Aston Martin 1150  Words | 5  Pages

  • Pret a Manger

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    Abu Dhabi, Arab people, Dubai 2545  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Absurdity of the Soviet Union

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    Astronaut, Fiction, Novel 488  Words | 2  Pages

  • Study of the Saudi Aramco Value Chain

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  • UAE statistics

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    Census, Demography, Dubai 867  Words | 21  Pages

  • 98609800 Penn Foster

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    Game, Learning, Manchester United F.C. 450  Words | 2  Pages

  • Chanel Project

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    Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Louis Vuitton 526  Words | 2  Pages

  • Describing Graphs

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    Abu Dhabi, Bar chart, Chart 462  Words | 2  Pages

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