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It’s the largest religious building ever constructed covering about 200 acres, and was a place of pilgrimage. It lies on the eastern bank of the Nile at Luxor. It was a cult temple dedicated to the Theban triad Amon, Mut and Khonso. The name Karnak means the Fortified Village Original names: pr imn “the house […]

This temple of Hathor and Nefertari is known as the Small Temple. It is Iocated about one hundred meters northeast of the Great Temple. It was built by Ramesses II who dedicated it to the goddess Hathor, the lady of Ebshek and to his chief consort, Nefertari. This was in fact the second time in […]

Temples of Abu Simbel The Temples of Abu Simbel were built by Ramesses ll during his 10th reginal year at Abu Simbel which lies 280 KM south of Aswan. They were cut out of the sand stone rock mountains and designed to overlook the Nile, only 150 m apart. These temples, the Great one and […]

The Tomb of Isadora This tomb is one of the funerary houses which are discovered at Tuna El Gabal. It is built of mud bricks. This tomb was built for Isadora who was a beautiful girl drowned at the Nile while crossing it to meet her lover. Her father felt sad after her death and […]

The Tomb of Petosiris Petosiris is the Greek name of the Ancient Egyptian name “p3 di wsir” which means “the gift of Osiris”. He was the high priest of god Thot. He built this tomb for his father Seshu or Shesu and his brother Djed Djhwty iw.f Ankh (Djhwty says: he is the life) and […]

Tuna el Gabal It is considered to be the necropolis of el Ashmounin. It was famous for its nine tomb chapels from the Roman period, the hypogeum or the underground galleries containing mummified sacred animals like ibis, baboons and falcons. These sacred animals were placed either in wooden coffins or in pottery jars. The Hypogeum […]

The tomb is located six kilometres up the Royal Wadi which separates the hills surrounding Akhetaton from the East and thus separating the Northern private tomb from the Southern ones. The entrance to the tomb is cut in the floor of the Wadi facing East. Plan of the Tomb: The entrance leads to a stairway […]

The tomb of Huya, it’s a tomb number 1 at tell el Amarna Huya is one of the high officials who lived during the reign of Akhenaton. Among his important titles are: The Overseer of the Royal hareem. The Steward of Queen Tiye. His tomb lies at the Northern most side of the el Amarna […]

The city of Tell El Amarna was built by Akhenaton on the East bank of the Nile river. It is located nowadays 12 KM South-East of Mallawi / EI Menya Governorate. His city Akhet itn extended some 12km from North-South. Its boundaries were marked by means of boundary stelae erected by the king. Akhenaton built […]

Tomb of Khnumhotepll (BH 3) This tomb is located at the upper part of the cemetery, cut at the face of the cliff overlooking the Nile. lt dates back to the reign of Amenemhat II, the third king of the 12th Dynasty. This tomb is famous for its Asiatic scene which proves the existence of […]


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