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Limestone Quarries

The area of Deir El Bersha was one of the main sources for limestone used for constructing the huge Pharaonic Temples and sculpturing magnificent statues since the New Kingdom till the Roman Era. During excavation works in Wadi Deir El-Nakhla, near Deir El Bersha numerous limestone quarries and the settlements of workers and some of their instruments were found. Some ancient Egyptian relieves and hieroglyphics indicate that the quarries of that area were the source from which limestone used in Hermopolis Temple in the era of Amenophis III.

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