الاثنين، 13 ديسمبر، 2010

All archeological sites in Egypt


All archeological sites in Egypt

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First, the effects of Alexandria
The following are the most important areas of Antiquities in AlexandriaInterment Anfoushi
Interment AnfoushyThe tombs of limestone dating back to 250 BC. M has been painted to look like alabaster and marble, decorated with pictures of Egyptian gods and daily life and images from graphic which returns to the same period.
Interment Komelshkafah
Interment KomelshkafahThis cemetery with the three levels also includes Altrickllenium or benches triple, where the relatives of the dead sitting on the stone benches commemorate their dead, and there is the tomb of a major center of the place it charges leading to snakes with beards, and inside there are statues dating from the second century AD to the gods, "Sobek, Anubis" traditional Roman attire.
Greco-Roman Museum
Greco-Roman MuseumThe group, which covers the period between the third century BC. M and seventh century, an impressive record of civilization was characterized by the change permanent because of the integration of religions and the evolution of societies, in Alexandria, mixed religions, Romanian, Greek and Pharaonic in the worship of Serapis can also Mlakzp transition from paganism to Christianity and in the exhibits that include mummies and statues of Hellenism, and statues of Roman emperors half, and statues Altnajer small, and the effects due to the early Christian era.
Castle Qaeval
Bey CitadelQaeval Castle is located on the northern tip of the Eastern Harbour, and is one of the highlights of the city of Alexandria was built the castle on the original site of the ancient lighthouse of Alexandria, "Pharos", which was built 279 years BC. M topped by a statue of the god Poseidon. Although the Pharos renewed over the different eras but it collapsed in the century in 1915. The castle includes a mosque and a maritime museum, and which can see wonderful views of the city and the sea together. Tkchav was the first museum of the effects of sinking under water, "Empire Cleopatra" any city of Alexandria, the ancient palaces of colors and patterns and clear vessels, and more than five thousands of pharaonic and Roman statue and its location in front of Castle Qaeval. There is also a diving center with a model of a Roman Greek club next to the castle Qaeval to see the city of Pharos and Cleopatra, which include (the palace - and the wreckage of their boats sun - and the remains of a plane back to World War Althatip).
Column mast
Column mastPompey's pillar, the last remaining relics of the temple Alserabayoum Bustumus established due date of this column to the third century AD.
Roman Theater
Roman TheaterKom bench is the only Roman theater in Egypt.
ROMANIAN bathsFound some third-party and Kom El-Kir East.
Temple of the head blackBuilt and due to the late second and early third century AD and includes the lobby of the temple statues of Isis and Osiris and Farbokratis.
Temple Agaysron
The remaining part of the temple AgaysronBuilt by Cleopatra VII on behalf of Marc Antony has been erected in front of the entrance obelisks were moved from the Temple of Ain Shams, and bearing the names of the kings of the Pharaohs Tuthmosis III, Seti I and Ramses II was quoted by one Almslten in 1877 to London and the second to New York.Third, the effects of Luxor and Aswan, Luxor, firstLuxor is the greatest open-air museum in the world, there is almost no place where the impact of these effects that fill the soul of awe and wonder and majesty to pronounce the greatness of the ancient Egyptians and their civilization.
Launched the shorter name "AST" during the New Kingdom (1085 - 1567) was the capital of Egypt at that time, and then mutated the name to the good described by Homer poet Greeks "city cent Gate" and finally launched the Arab name of Luxor any city palaces of the large number of what they have seen From the towering edifices and buildings, and remains of temples, tombs and palaces list of which was built in limestone and granite to remain on the length of time a witness to the desire for immortality, and surrounded by markets and hotels.
Luxor has a unique character sets it apart from all parts of the world .. You walk in you feel you combine the past and present in the same time .. Not without its place in the city of Luxor, the impact of the speakers the greatness of the ancient Egyptians thousands of years BC
Where the name came to Luxor?The city of Luxor is part of the ancient city of Thebes, which was launched by the poet of the Greeks the famous "Homer" the name of the city with the percent door for the large number of citadels of high and gates, high-rise and developed city in history until called by the Arabs the name of Luxor - any city of palaces and after Behrthm palaces and the magnitude of buildings that the city of Luxor remained the seat of power between 2100 to 750 BC and from here we know the secret of the desire it feels visitor to the Eternal City effects majestic-column high-rise on the banks of the Nile in the genome neighborhoods on the mainland east, where the bright sun is the source of life and development and in the city of the dead on the mainland west of the Nile, where the setting of the sun in an orbit deposited life eternal. On the east bank of the Nile at Luxor Temple - Karnak Temple - Luxor Museum on the West Bank of the Nile statue of Memnon - the tombs of the Valley of the Kings and Queens - funerary temples - Supervising graves - graves supervision - The Tombs of Deir el-Medina.
The effects of Luxor:East West raised
Luxor TempleLuxor Temple:This is the temple of the god Amun-Re, who was celebrating his wedding to his wife - the death - once a year flies procession of God from the Temple of Karnak, the path of the Nile to Luxor Temple and back building of the temple to Alfronin Amenhotep III and Ramses II begins with the entrance of the temple edifice built by Ramses II and has statues massive protruding they represented sitting. The temple is preceded by one obelisks still stand, and other adorn the Place de la Concorde in Paris, following this edifice Mahot Ramses II courtyard on three sides by two rows of columns in the form of subsidized package papyrus.

Masjid Abu pilgrimsIn the northeastern part there is now a mosque Abu pilgrims rest of the parts of the temple built by Amenhotep III, and starts hall huge columns of four peel column is divided into two rows and get then to the large courtyard open and surrounded by three sides by two rows of columns - and then get to the colonnade and a 32 column - and move inside the temple to get to the room of the sacred boat of Alexander the Great was able to pay tribute to his small cabin bears his name in the compartment of Amenhotep III. Finally we come to the Holy of Holies, where the sacred statue room with four columns.

Temple of KarnakTemples of Karnak:There really was no building in the world you can compare it was known when the ancient Egyptians as "any bot - bot no" any more places in respect, has built an imposing standards and has an area where a hundred acres and a history over three centuries. Accidentally rams begin temples of Amun, which represents a symbol of fertility and growth, has sculpted the bottom of the heads of rams, small statues of Ramses II.
He is also one of the greatest places of worship in history, and includes many of the temples to the unparalleled, including the temple of the god Amun and his wife the goddess (or death) and son of God (Khonsu) The god of the moon .. And since the Arab conquest on behalf of Karnak, the sense of the fort .. And starts the temple accidentally rams a representative of the god Amun, and here symbolizes the power of fertility and growth Oukj carving under their heads statues of King Ramses II begin to visit the temple to pass from the first edifice which dates back to King Nkhtbo (family 30) and ultimately into the large courtyard, is on the right inside third chapels of the Trinity of a good time Second City, and on the left see the Temple of Ramses III.

Colonnade inside the Temple of KarnakFollowing are the remnants of edifice second and then to the hall of the major pillars that contain 134 columns by Ttotha characterized upside for the rest of the columns and lead us where the remains of edifice third where they stand in front of him Obelisk of Tuthmosis I and him to the remnants of edifice fourth Taatkdmh Obelisk of Hatshepsut, then you see the remains of edifice V and then to Holy At the end of Deathly round up to the courtyard which dates back to the era of the Middle Kingdom and from the lounge to the celebrations with a huge pole and back to the reign of Tuthmosis III.
Sacred Lake:It is located outside the main hall where there is a large statue of a scarab from the reign of King Amenhotep III and was used in cooking
Program of sound and light in the Temple of KarnakSee this program through the display remarkable story of building this wonderful effect of word and melody of light and music display is flexible day and witnessed by the spectators from the stands for that purpose, and provides a presentation program is also available in English, French, Arabic, German.

Luxor MuseumLuxor Museum:Located between the temples of Luxor and Karnak and the museum houses collections of ancient Egyptian found in the city of Luxor and the surrounding areas
Raised the West Bank:Statue of Memnon:
Statue of Memnon
Are all that remain of the temple commemorate the anniversary of Pharaoh Amenhotep III and rising up the one about 19.20 meters, the Greeks this name when he cracked the statue north of them and get out votes - Vcbhoh legendary hero Memnon, who was killed in the Trojan War and was calling to his mother Agios goddess of dawn every morning was to cry on The tears of dew.
The tombs of the Valley of the Kings and Queens:It is ordered that the graves of kings and queens of the modern state Bnanha in the soles of the rock in this valley to be safe from tampering thieves .. It consists of several rooms and tunnels to reach the burial chamber.
The most important of these tombs
Tomb of TutankhamunTomb of Ramses IIITomb of Seti ITomb of Ramses VIMcypr Amenhotep IITomb of HoremhebTomb of Thutmose IIIThe most important tombs of the Valley of the Queens
Tomb of Queen Nefertari wife of Ramses IITemples commemorate the anniversary:Bahari Temple: built by dealers across the Queen "Hatshepsut"Temple of HatshepsutTo perform the rituals that were useful in the world to be either the name of the Bahari is the name of modern Arabic dubbed this makes sense in the seventh century AD After that use the Coptic monasteries of this temple to them. The temple consists of three runways mounting divided by a causeway.
Ramesseum Temple: Temple of the commemoration of Ramses II and is on the walls of the Battle of Kadesh.Hayo Temple City: Temple commemorate the anniversary of King Ramses III and has views of religious and military in a good state of preservation and still bright colors.Among the most important tombs of the region:
Interment Supervision: The most important aspects of life Matnqlp us of the nobility and their families.Cemetery Nakht: carvings show a high level of Egyptian artist.Cemetery us: The author of Lost Property in the reign of King Tuthmosis IV.Tomb Ra touch: a senior statesmen in the reign of Amenhotep III and Akhenaten - and inside the cemetery inscriptions represent Akhenaten and his wife Nefertiti and visitors can be seen Luxor Temple of Dendera, the Temple of Esna.Dandara:And is located on land west of the city of Qena, about 60 km north of Luxor, one of the Romanian Greek temples. Has begun construction of King Ptolemy III and added a lot of the Ptolemaic Roman emperors and has a landscape famous Queen Cleopatra and her son, Julius Caesar Sizarryon ceilings and is famous for the scenery, which includes numerous astronomical celestial towers.
Second: the effects of Aswan:Aswan City:
City of Aswan at sunsetThe city of Aswan, the world's most beautiful winter resorts and includes several historic monuments, namely: the temples of Abu Simbel and the two temples built by Ramses II most famous pharaohs of Egypt between 1223 BC and 1290 AD.
The two most important temples of Nubia The two temples of architectural wonders have been fully carved inside the mountain and are the temple of Abu Simbel: has been earmarked for the worship of the god Ra the sun god Hor Acht bright.
Temple of Abu Simbel Sub:Built by Ramses II to commemorate his beloved wife Nefertari and the advantage of this temple is the beauty of his drawings, colors, and is called the Temple of the goddess of love and rock music and beauty.

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