Museum Station, located on the eastern part of Toronto’s Bloor Street Cultural Corridor, conceals Egyptianising treasures from the eyes of passers-by on the street above. Its design for most of its life was like any other Toronto subway station – bland colours and a band running along the top with the name of the station….
Just across from the Royal Ontario Museum, now on a busy, downtown street corner, sits a Neoclassical building from the early twentieth century. Inside, visitors can gaze upon a set of beautifully ornate and intricate stained glass windows of Egyptomanian themes.
Playing board games is a popular pastime and a great way for people to reconnect with their friends, whether you’re at home or in the field! The Nile Scribes are avid board game players and we want to share some games relating to ancient Egypt with our readers. Our first game review is for Archaeology:…
St. James Cemetery, operating since 1842, is located in eastern Toronto and boasts several Egyptian-styled columns and a mausoleum by a well-known resident from the 19th century.