SNIPPETS OF HISTORY Photos: Pharaoh Nectanebo temple ruins excavated under Cairo’s Ain Shams – @Ace HistoryNews

#AceHistoryNews – June.11: Pharaoh Nectanebo temple ruins excavated under Cairo’s Ain Shams

A part of a sandstone pillar bears the royal name of Pharoah Nectanebo. Antiquities Ministry Facebook Page. An overview of the Oun (modern Ain Sham) archaeological site north of Cairo. Antiquities Ministry Facebook Page. Black granite basalt wall relief showing an ancient Egyptian God (most likely Hapi) seated and receiving offerings. Antiquities Ministry Facebook Page. Bust, strongly believed to have dated back to the reign of the New Kingdom Period (1580B.C.-1080B.C.) Pharaoh Ramses II. Antiquities Ministry Facebook Page. Figurine of Goddess Bastet; the ancient Egyptian cat Goddess. Antiquities Ministry Facebook Page. Limestone wall relief depicts a Pharaoh represented in the shape of a Sphinx. Antiquities Ministry Facebook Page. Wall relief show Hapi, God of the Nile seated before an offering table. Antiquities Ministry Facebook Page. Wall relief showing an ancient Egyptian Pharaoh wearing the White Crown of Upper Egypt and holding a royal scepter. Antiquities Ministry Facebook Page.

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