This is an undistinguished looking bird with long wings and tail. The adults have grey-brown upperparts and whitish underparts, with a streaked crown and breast, giving rise to the bird's common name. The legs are short and black, and the bill is black and has the broad but pointed shape typical of aerial insectivores. Juveniles are browner than adults and have spots on the upperparts.
Behaviour and ecology
Spotted flycatchers hunt from conspicuous perches, making sallies after passing flying insects, and often returning to the same perch. Their upright posture is characteristic.
Spotted flycatchers exhibit an atypical molt strategy, that is they molt their primaries and some of their secondaries in the reverse order from what is seen in most passerines.
The province came to serve as a major producer of grain for the empire and had a highly developed urban economy. Aegyptus was by far the wealthiest Roman province. In Alexandria, its capital, it possessed the largest port, and the second largest city, of the Roman Empire.
Roman rule in Egypt
As a province, Egypt was ruled by a uniquely style Augustal prefect, instead of the traditional senatorial governor of other Roman provinces. The prefect was a man of equestrian rank and was appointed by the Emperor. The first prefect of Aegyptus, Gaius Cornelius Gallus, brought Upper Egypt under Roman control by force of arms, and established a protectorate over the southern frontier district, which had been abandoned by the later Ptolemies.
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This project falls under the political leadership’s orders to localize the transportation industry in Egypt and develop the railway freight transport sector by increasing the transport of goods through railways to maintain the road network and increase financial resources.
The stuck ship is said to have cost $9 billion a day in tied up trade — with 12% of the world’s shipping freight using the canal. The canal is a source of national pride and crucial revenue for Egypt, and PresidentAbdel Fattah el-Sissi praised Monday’s events after days of silence about the blockage.
Traffic on the canal has been shut down for more than five days ... Also on rt.com Shutoffs at world’s major trade routes evolving as Europe’s busiest freight line remains closed & cargo still stuck in Egypt. Think your friends would be interested? Share this story! .
The state-owned authority operating the Suez Canal is considering some financial initiatives for vessels that were unable to pass through the vital waterway blocked by a skyscraper-sized container ship ... Also on rt.com Shutoffs at world’s major trade routes evolving as Europe’s busiest freight line remains closed & cargo still stuck in Egypt ... .
One of the world’s largest cargo vessels turned sideways and got stuck across the narrow canal on Tuesday, and one of the teams in charge of dislodging the vessel has said it could take weeks to get freight moving again. Egypt’s Suez Canal Authority (SCA) announced ...
In this image released by the Suez Canal Authority, a freighter named Ever Green is seen with its bow stuck in the canal wall, on Wednesday, March 24, 2021, after running through and blocking the Suez Canal, in Egypt, cutting a crucial step for global freight traffic ... Efforts to refloat the ship will resume on Thursday morning local time ... ....
A massive container ship is stuck in Egypt's Suez Canal, blocking marine traffic through one of the world's busiest and most crucial waterways, according to a Wednesday ... The Suez Canal is a vital shortcut for worldwide commerce in Egypt — enabling direct water-based transportation between Europe's Mediterranean Sea and Asia via the Red Sea.
In this image published by the Suez Canal Authority, a ship navigates before a huge freighter named Ever Green, stranded on Wednesday, March 24, 2021, after being traversed in the Suez Canal, Egypt, and blocking a crucial sea passage for the global freight traffic ... The Suez Canal jam is set to push oil and imported goods prices even higher ... ....