16th century BC Unknown king palace, Naqada
14th century BC Palace of Amenhotep III in Malkata (or Malqata) in Luxor.
1346 BC Amarna palaces of Pharaoh Akhenaten, in al-Minya
14th century BC Amenhotep III palace at Avaris (Pi-Ramesses), in Eastern desert.
13th century BC Palace of the Pharaoh Merenptah in Memphis, Egypt.
13th century BC Palace of Rameses II, Ramesseum, Luxor
13th century BC Palace of Rameses II, Fayoum
1175 BC The Temple & Palace of Rameses III at Medinet Habu, Egypt
6th century BC Palace of Wahibre (Apries) in Memphis, Egypt.
Circa 2nd century BC The Ptolemaic palace in what is now Silsila district in Alexandria
50s BC Caesareum palace which was built by Cleopatra in honor of Julius Caesar or Mark Antony in Alexandria
50s BC Antirrhodus island palace, was erected off of Alexandria's mainland in the Eastern Harbour.(later on was submerged by sea)
100 AD Roman palace at El Haiz area in the Bahariya Oasis, western desert.
870 AD Ahmad ibn Tulun Palace at al-Qatta'i in Old Cairo.
12th century AD Fatimid palaces (Eastern & Western) at Khan el-Khalili area at Old Cairo.
12th century Ayyubid dynasty palace.
13th century Sultan al-Salih palace in Rhoda Island in Nile in Cairo.
13th century The Ablaq Palace of Al-Nasir Mohamed Ibn Qalawun, in Old Cairo.
1293 Amir Khayrbak Palace or Amir Alin Aq Palace at Bab al-Wazir Street, Tabbana Quarter, Old Cairo.
14th century Palace of Manjak al Yusufi al Silahdar, Cairo Egypt.
1330 Amir Qawsun Palace (Qawsoun Yashbak min Mahdi) in Cairo, Egypt
1334 Beshtak Palace
1352 Amir Taz Palace in Cairo Egypt
1366 Palace of Emir Tashtimur (Hummus Akhdar) in Cairo, Egypt
15th century The Ghouri Palace
1496 Amir Mamay Palace (Bait al-Qady)
16th century Bayt Al-Razzaz palace or Palace of al-Ashraf Qaytbay. Darb Al-Ahmer.
1634 House of Gamal al-Din al-Dhahabi, Al-Ghoureya
18th century Kasr Alaini (later became Cairo University hospital)
1731 Harawi Residence
1779 Al Musafir Khana Palace (Kasr El Chok), at al-Jamaliyya, Old Cairo. Birthplace of Khedive Ismail. It was destroyed by fire in 1998
1790s Mohammed Bey al-Alfi Palace (where Napoleon lived during his Egyptian campaign).
1794 Al-Sinnari House (Palace). Now a museum.
19th century Bulaq palace of Ismail Pasha in Giza
19th century Mena House built by Khedive Ismail, at Giza near pyramids.
19th century Kasr al-Nozha, the Cattaui (Egyptian Jewish industrialist) palace in Shubra
19th century Kasr al-Incha (now the ministry of defense).
19th century Kasr Kamal al-Din (former residence of the ministry of foreign affairs)
19th century Zaafarana palace (now the Ain Shams University administration building)
19th century Medhat Yegen Pasha's palace, Garden city, Cairo.(Demolished now)
19th century Mahmoud Sami el-Baroudi palace in Giza now Demolished
19th century Kasr al-Aali
19th century Kasr al-Mounira that became the French archeological center (IFAO).
19th century Kasr al-Amira Iffet Hassan that was later purchased by Princess Shuvekar Ibrahim before becoming the official seat of the council of ministers.
19th century El-Walda Pasha palace (now demolished).
1807 Muhammad Ali's Shubra Palace (Ain Shams faculty of agriculture)
1827 Harem Palaces at the Citadel of Cairo.(now the Military museum)
1850s Kasr al-Ismailia. Now abolished it was in the area of the Mogama El-Tahrir government complex.
1860s Khairy Pasha palace was minister of education. (It became the campus of the American University in Cairo in the 1920s)
1814 Al-Gawhara Palace at Cairo citadel
1854 Kasr al-Nil (now demolished but the area in downtown Cairo still carries its name)
1863 Gezirah Palace(now a private hotel)
1863 Abdeen Palace - former royal residence, Cairo
1897 Count Gabriel Habib El-Sakakini Pasha Palace at Old Cairo
1898 Anisa Wissa Palace, Fayoum.
1899 Prince Mohammed Ali Tewfik palace (now the Manyal Palace museum)
1899 Prince Said Halim Pasha Palace in Down town Cairo.
late 19th century Koubbeh Palace, El-Quba
20th century Fouad Serageddin Pasha's palace, Garden city.
20th century EL-Dobara palace (now a government school)
20th century Tahra palace, El-Zayton
1901 The Palace of Saad Zaghloul Pasha (Beit El-Omma Museum)
1911 Baron Empain palace
1910 Heliopolis Palace, Heliopolis, Cairo
1915 Mohammed Mahmoud Khalil palace (now a museum)
1920s Prince Amr Ibrahim Palace, Zamalek (now the Museum of Islamic Ceramics)
1924 Kurmet Ibn Hani' (Ahmed Shawki museum).
Unknown (Before 1939) Prince Yousef Kamal Palace at Ain Shams district, now Desert research institute.
Montaza Palace, Alexandria
Ras Al-Teen Palace, Alexandria
Qaroun Palace (Qasr Qaroun) is actually a Ptolemaic temple.Fayoum.
Hatshepsut's Palace is actually Deir el-Bahri Hatshepsut's temple
List of palaces in Egypt Wikipedia
Egypt contains a large number of palaces, dating from the time of the Pharaohs, through the Romans, Fatimids, Memluks, and the modern Egyptian kingdom.