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ancient monument at Karnak in Luxor

x Tomb of Menna

TT 69 Menna was Scribe of the Fields of the Lord of the Two Lands, the overseer of agricultural activities on the extensive royal landholdings, Read More
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x Temple of Montu-Hotep Neb-Hebet-Ra

King Montu-Hotep Neb-Hebet-Ra is the re-unifier of Egypt after the collapse of the Old Kingdom. He moved the state’s capital to Luxor and built his Read More
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x Temple of Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten)

The Temple of Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten) is located to the east of the main complex, outside the walls of the main Karnak Temple. The temple Read More
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x The North-South Eastern Axis of Karnak Temple

This axis runs a right angle to the axis of the First through the Sixth Pylons. It extends from the Seventh Pylon through the Tenth Read More
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x The Eastern Part of Karnak Temple

At the Eastern wall of the Temple of Amun, we find the Chapel of the Hearing Ear; a small sanctuary which contained no entrance to Read More
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x The East-West Axis of Karnak Temples

– The Port of Karnak Temple The Port of Karnak Temple was erected by King Ramses II and is located in front of the temple. Read More
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