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Mohsen, S. M., M. Murkovic, M. Elnokety, and T. G. Mohamed, Quality characteristics of Mango pulp as affected by Ohmic heating process, , 2013. Abstract
AEzzat, G., H. M. Hussein, N. A. Yassien, and N. K. Mansour, QUALITY OF LEFTOVER COOKED BROILERʼS MEAT, , cairo, cairo university, 2016.
Hamdy, A. M. R., A. Y. A. El-Rahim, B. Mohamed, and M. S. A. El-Bary, Quantitative Measurements Comparing Body Surface Potentials During Pace Mapping and Spontaneous Ventricular Tachycardia, , Egypt, Cairo University, 2012. ahmed_moustafa_refaat_hamdy.pdf
Megahed, Y. S. M., S. A. Helmy, and H. S. Gabr, Quantitative Methods of Architectural Aesthetic Assessment, : Faculty of Engineering at Cairo University In Partial Fulfillment of the …, 2008. Abstract
Khlil, D. M. M. A., D. Y. Badr, and D. I. A. - S. Mohammad, Quantum Confinement Effect on the Performance of Semiconductor Device , , cairo, cairo, 2012. cu-pdf.pdf
Khattab, A. M. T., A. G. Abdelaal, K. A. F. Bayoumi, and M. A. M. Morsy, Radiological changes in head and spine after fall from a height, , Cairo, Cairo, 2011.
T.A., I., I. M..A., A. T.A., and A. Ragab, recent advances in hypoglosso-facial anastomosis for facial reanimation, , 2012.
Mahmoud, M. E. - S. A., D. E. - S. I. Gaber, and D. M. S. Mohamed, Recent Changes of Lake Nasser Hydrology , , cairo, cairo university, 2012. cu-pdf.pdf
Mohamed, N. M. B. A., Recruitment some tools of Cort Program to develop oral storytelling for Kindergarten child, , Giza, Cairo University , 2014. Abstract

The current study aimed at recruitment some tools of Cort Program to develop oral storytelling for Kindergarten, the research used Quasi-experimental approach.
The sample consisted of (30) boy and girl , their age between (5 : 7) year, from the second level of Kindergarten .
The research used both oral storytelling scale and fiction program to develop oral storytelling for kindergarten based on recruitment some tools of Cort program.
The results of the study led to the success of the program based on recruitment some tools of Cort program to develop oral storytelling for Kindergarten .

Mahmoud, M, and Badawy, Regional observatory indicators as a guidance for development policies, , cairo, cairo university, 2015. summary.docx
reham a.a. elshimy, A. A. Mohamed, A. M. Aref1, and S. M. Talima2, reham elshimy, : cairo university, 2019. indianjournalofcancer562130-1627018_043110.pdf
Said, M. R. A. M., H. M. A. ELdidy, M. H. Gouda, and S. A. A. A. monem, The relationship between amniotic fluid index (AFI) and single largest vertical pocket and perinatal outcome in late severe preeclampsia , , Cairo , Cairo University, 2016.
Magda A / Abd El Fattah Nursing Administration Department Faculty Of Nursing, C. U., THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE UTILIZED DECISION MAKING PROCESS AND THE QUALITY OF NURSING CARE PROVIDED BY NURSE INTERNS IN THE INTENSIVE CARE UNIT., , Cairo , Cairo University, 1997. abstract__master.docx
Mohamed, D. M. E. -sayed, Relief on the Stone Surfaces in the Hittite and Assyrian Empires in Comparison with their Similarities in Ancient Egypt., , Giza, Cairo University, 2014. Abstract

Art is the mirror of its time. It reflects the thoughts and the believes of the ancient civilizations. This thesis is titled with " Relief on The Stones in The Hittite Empire, The Assyrian Empire and Their contemporaries in Ancient Egypt : A Comparative Study " is dealing with Relief as one of the most important tools revealing the level of development of the old nations. It is divided into two volumes : The Text and The Catalogue .
The Text, consists of an introduction, three parts and the conclusion. Every part includes an introduction, two chapters and the conclusion. Every chapter consists of some items : the rock reliefs, the wall- slabs, stelae,obelisks, and seals.
The first part is titled with " The scenes of the deities". The first chapter of this part deals with Gods and Goddesses in The Hittite empire. The divine pantheon became a Hurrian completely at the end of the Hittite empire. It is depicted entirely in Yazilikaya. The chief god was the storm god Teshup and the chief goddess was his wife Hebat or the sun goddess of Arinna.
The second chapter deals with Gods and Goddesses in the Assyrian empire. The supreme god was Assur who absorbed all exploits and attributes of the Sumerian and the Babylonian gods as Enlil and Marduk. Teshup and Assur are compared with the Egyptian god Amun.
The second part is titled with " The scenes of the King". Kingship was sacred. It descended from heaven. All of the Hittite king, the Assyrian king and the Egyptian king seized both the religious and the civilian powers.
The first chapter in this part deals with the king in The Hittite empire. The second deals with the king in the Assyrian Empire. The Egyptian king was more humility before his deities than the Hittite and the Assyrian king .Whereas the Egyptian and Assyrian kings had a lot of military scenes, the Hittite king had few depictions. The Egyptian and the Hittite kings deified themselves obviously.May some Assyrian kings did the same as Assurbanipale.
The third part is titled with " The scenes of the individuals". In contrast with ancient Egypt, there was no art for individuals in the Hittite and the Assyrian empires. But we can trace it in the royal art. Finally, come the conclusions, indexes and references.
The second volume involves the figures of the deities , the kings and some individuals in the three Hittite, Assyrian and Egyptian civilizations.