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PHARAOH’S TEMPLES AND PALACES
After one week of visiting many temples of worship, from Cairo to Luxor, I asked Ahmed, our guide, “Where did the Pharaohs live?” “In palaces, which don’t exist anymore, but don’t worry they lived in great splendor,” he answered. I had no doubt that they … Continue reading
Posted in Ancient Stones, Cairo, Luxor, Luxor. Valley of the Kings, Temple of Karnak, Tomb Wall Paintings Tagged Aswan, Bricks, Eternity, farmers, Floods, Mortuary Temple, Mud, Nile river, Palaces, Ramesses III, straw Leave a comment
PHOTO OF THE WEEK – MUD BRICKS
Hearing about MUD Bricks I am sure you don’t think of something that will last a long time. But as this wall of Mud Bricks in the Temple Complex of Karnak in Luxor tells us, they do. We don’t know exactly how … Continue reading
Posted in Luxor Tagged Bricks, Construction, Karnak Temple, Mud, sand, straw, water Leave a comment