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Astronomy blends into astrology in this anonymous 18th century text from Egypt: The tables contain calendar data for the Hijri and the Coptic calendar, since the latter is of particular importance for agriculture, because of its alignment with the…

This map was lithographed by F. Brockhaus in Leipzig, Germany. The text in Arabic reads: "The first map for Egypt governorates was drawn by the French expedition cartographers at the beginning of the 13th century H. (1213-1216 H.), but the hardships…

Cairophon was the Egyptian successor company to Baidaphone, and was part owned by Muhammad Abd al-Wahhab (1901-1991) himself.

AUC�s academic program embraced video production with the launch of the Adham Center for Television Journalism in the 1980s by Abdallah Schleifer

Abdallah Schleifer Collection (ID No. SC.2014.02)
Acquired by donation

Sound archives at the Rare Books and Special Collections Library document the history of AUC and the cultural heritage of Egypt.

Photos of Department of Computer Science at AUC, includng students and faculty

Computer Portrait for AUC Fifth President Christopher Thoron 1969-1973

Preparation for Computer Portrait for AUC President Christopher Thoron by a Computer Artist

AUC First President Charles Watson in his office while using dictaphone
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