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Google commemorates Egyptian scholar Mustafa Al-Abadi birth Anniversary.

The late Egyptian scholar Mustafa Al-Abadi birthday was commemorated on Monday by the king of search engines on the Internet, “Google.”

Additionally, “Google” featured a graphic of the late historian behind his desk, clutching a book in his hands. Next to him are famous buildings, including a pyramid with a blaze of fire coming from its apex. The late historian helped revive one of the most illustrious libraries in the Middle East, thus the book and the library had special significance in his life.

On October 10, 1928, Mustafa Al-Abadi was born in Alexandria, according to the website of the Supreme Council of Culture of Egypt. The University of Cambridge awarded Mustafa Al-Abadi a PhD in philosophy with a focus on Greek and Roman civilizations in 1961.

Following in the footsteps of his father, who served as Dean of the Faculty of Arts at Alexandria Institution, he started his academic career by teaching at the university.

Mustafa Al-Abadi Jr., however, was not content to only deliver lessons. He worked beyond the boundaries of the university. In addition to serving in a number of other capacities, he was a member of the Egyptian Scientific Academy, the head of the Alexandria Society of Antiquities, a member of the American Society for Papyrology Studies in New York, and the Supreme Committee for History and Antiquities of the Supreme Council of Culture.

The old Library of Alexandria is said to have been revived by him; he also wrote the book “The Reference” on this city’s historic library in addition to numerous other works and research.

In 1970, Professor Mustafa Al-Abadi was likely the sole Egyptian professor specialising in Greco-Roman history in a nation where Pharaonic studies dominate the areas of ancient scholars, according to the “Hekma” website, which deals with philosophical and thought-related issues.

The late awarded the Cavafy Prize in Greek Studies in 1997, the State Appreciation Prize in Social Sciences for 1998, and the Nile Prize (the highest yearly honour presented by the Supreme Council of Culture in Egypt) in 2013.

Abadi Mustafa’s birthday

The eminent historian Abdel Hamid Al-Abadi, a professor of history and Islamic civilisation at Alexandria University and a former dean of the faculty of arts, is the father of Mustafa Al-Abbadi. ?

The scientist Mustafa Al-Abbadi graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in 1951 from the history department at Alexandria University. He afterwards relocated to the United Kingdom, or “Britain,” where he earned a PhD in Greek and Roman civilisation in 1961 from Cambridge University.

Mustafa Al-Abbadi changed between teaching jobs in the Faculty of Arts at Alexandria University until he was awarded a professorship in 1972, the same year he was appointed director of the Greco-Roman Studies Department.

The eminent historian Abdel Hamid Al-Abadi, a professor of history and Islamic civilisation at Alexandria University and a former dean of the faculty of arts, is the father of Mustafa Al-Abbadi. ?

The scientist Mustafa Al-Abbadi graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in 1951 from the history department at Alexandria University. He afterwards relocated to the United Kingdom, or “Britain,” where he earned a PhD in Greek and Roman civilisation in 1961 from Cambridge University.

Mustafa Al-Abadi changed between teaching jobs in the Faculty of Arts at Alexandria University until he was awarded a professorship in 1972, the same year he was appointed director of the Greco-Roman Studies Department.

responsibilities of Mustafa Al-Abadi

From 1976 until 1979, Mustafa Al-Abbadi served as the Vice Dean of the Faculty of Arts at Alexandria University.
Throughout his long and successful career, the late great scientist held several positions in important international scientific organisations, including that of member and head of the Alexandria Antiquities Association and the Egyptian Scientific Academy.

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