The fiftieth Four Stone Hearth blog carnival is on-line at Yann Klimentidis’ Weblog. Archaeology and anthropology, and all about Belqas, a town in the north-western corner of the Dakahlia Governorate, Egypt.
Belqas comprises in its jurisdictions the well known resort of Gamasa. Belqas is also known for its natural gas fields in the region of Abu Mady. Belqas remains a mainly agricultural region, although it supports some industrial activities such as sugar, rice and plastic factories. Belqas has a very old secondary school which is known to graduate good highly qualified students. This school is T-shaped in honour of Taha Hussein who opened it.
Submissions for the next carnival will be sent to me, not to the old submissions address. The next open hosting slot is on 19 November. All bloggers with an interest in the subject are welcome to volunteer to me for hosting. No need to be an anthro pro. But you must have had an Egyptian school building designed as your initials, like me and Taha Hussein.
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