Wadi Es-Sebua


Wadi Es-Sebua
   A site in Lower Nubia that contained temples of Amenhotep III and Ramesses II. This area has been flooded by Lake Nasser, the lake of the Aswan High Dam, but the main temple was removed and reerected elsewhere.
   See also Gerf Hussein.
Historical Dictionary Of Ancient Egypt by Morris L. Bierbrier

Ancient Egypt. A Reference Guide. . 2011.

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  • New Wadi es-Sebua — The site of New Wadi es Sabua, which is located only 4 km west from the original site of Wadi es Sebua, is today home to three Ancient Egyptian temples in Lower Nubia, the temples of Wadi es Sebua, Maharraqa and Dakka respectively.[1] Ramesses… …   Wikipedia

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  • Es-Sebua — Der Tempel von Wadi as Subu Wadi as Subu (arabisch ‏وادي السبوع‎, DMG Wādī as Subūʿ, „Tal der Löwen“, altägyptisch: Per Amun) war ein Ort in Unternubien, der ca. 180 km südlich von Aswan am Westufer des Nils lag. Der arabische Name Tal der Löwen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • List of children of Ramesses II — The Ancient Egyptian Pharaoh Ramesses II had a large number of children – 48 50 sons and 40 53 daughters [Aidan Dodson Dyan Hilton, The Complete Royal Families of Ancient Egypt, Thames Hudson (2004), p.166] –, whom he had depicted on several… …   Wikipedia

  • Setau — was the Viceroy of Kush in the second half of Ramesses II s reign. Contemporary records show that Setau served in this position from Year 38 until at least Year 63 of Ramesses II s reign. [Joyce Tyldesley, Ramesses: Egypt s Greatest Pharaohs,… …   Wikipedia

  • Temple of Dakka — Ad Dakka (Arab: الدكة, also el Dakka, Egyptian: Pselqet, Greek: Pselchis) was a place in Lower Nubia, which was located approximately 100 km south of the Aswan. [cite web|url=http://www.touregypt.net/featurestories/dakka.htm|title=The Temple of… …   Wikipedia

  • Temple of Maharraqa — The Temple of Maharraqa in Nubia Al Maharraqa (Arab: المحرقة, DMG: Al Maḥarraqa, Greek: Hierasykaminos) is a place in Lower Nubia, which was approximately 120 km south of Aswan on the southern border of the Roman empire.[1] Only a few years after …   Wikipedia

  • Wikiproyecto:Patrimonio de la Humanidad — Patrimonio de la Humanidad …   Wikipedia Español


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