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The Meroe Pyramids // the forgotten pyramids of Sudan 🇸🇩 . A special person has always told me the fact that Sudan has more pyramids than Egypt. Italian explorer, Giuseppe Ferlini, notoriously smashed the tops off 40 of these Nubian pyramids in search for treasure which were brought to British and German museums. The pyramids have been plundered of all their wealth and left to the elements over the years. This is def one of the places i really want to visit before i die.

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The Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut is one of the most beautiful of all of the temples of Ancient Egypt. It is located at Deir el-Bahri, at the head of the valley beneath the peak of the mountain known by its arabic name, el-Qurn. Hatshepsut´s temple was named "Djeser-djeseru" ("holy of holies"). The design of the temple is similar to that of the Mortuary Temple of Montuhotep which is its neighbour. There is also a mortuary temple dedicated to Thuthmosis III and a number of Ptolemaic burials in the vicinity. Hatshepsut initially ruled as regent for her step-son Thuthmosis III but promoted herself to the role of pharaoh instead of passing power to him when he came of ..age. Her temple is one of the most striking monuments in Ancient Egypt even in its semi-ruined state. It was designed by Senenmut (who according to some ancient and modern scholars was her lover). However, after her death Thuthmosis III and Akhenaten both intentionally damaged the monument. The former directed his attacks at Hatshepsut herself, either replacing her image with his own or simply obliterating references to her, the later damaged her temple because of the frequent references to the god Amun. She was omitted from the Kings lists of Ramesses II and Seti I, but Ramesses II and Merneptah both made additions to her temple. During the Ptolemaic Period the temple was repaired in places repairs to the temple which they apparently though was dedicated to Imhotep and Amenhotep son of Hap. Some time later, a Christian Monastery was built upon the ruins which covered much of the original temple. A one hundred and twenty foot wide causeway lined with trees and sphinx led from the valley to the entrance pylons.There was a garden in the first courtyard in which exotic trees and shrubs from Hathsepsut's trading expedition to Punt were planted. Behind the courtyard there was a colonnade with square pillars behind which there were many reliefs. Most of the depictions have been destroyed and none of those that remain feature Hatshepsut herself.

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On display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, is the sheet gold finger and toe coverings, along with gold sandals from the tomb of one of the three minor wives of Thutmose III; the sixth pharaoh who ruled Egypt for almost 54 years, during 1460 BC. . #timesknowledge #knowledge #feelsmart #feelsmartagain #learn #education #interesting #interestingfacts #new #facts #fact #amazing #healthy #egypt #pharaoh #newyork #metmuseum #factdaily #like #love #share #science #history #nature #popculture #views #humans #discoveries #events #animals

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Я по-новой разряжу в себя обойму В новой жизни точно всё будет по-моему.🤞🤞🤞🤞👌👌 . #фото#счастливоебудущее#фараон#цитаты#pharaoh

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