The Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, the Djeser-Djeseru, is located beneath the cliffs at Deir el Bahari on the west bank of the Nile near the Valley of the Kings in Egypt

The Mortuary Temple of Queen Hatshepsut, the Djeser-Djeseru, is located beneath the cliffs at Deir el Bahari on the west bank of the Nile near the Valley of the Kings in Egypt

The ruins of a kiosk discovered in Naga, religious site near to the ancient Kush city of Meroe, where the rulers were one of the earliest civilisations in the Nile region

Meroë in Sudan, the World Heritage Site that remains in Egypt's shadow

The ruins of a kiosk discovered in Naga, religious site near to the ancient Kush city of Meroe, where the rulers were one of the earliest civilisations in the Nile region

Dendara Temple basilica mammisi Nectanebo Roman roof view Egyptian

Dendara Temple basilica mammisi Nectanebo Roman roof view Egyptian

Hatshepsut kemet the young queen and a pharaoh at same time, she was the one who took thorn after her brother died in combat against the Asians, she came in and continued the fight during her time this was build in honor so the world don't forget the great god that is a woman, Hatshepsut

Hatshepsut kemet the young queen and a pharaoh at same time, she was the one who took thorn after her brother died in combat against the Asians, she came in and continued the fight during her time this was build in honor so the world don't forget the great god that is a woman, Hatshepsut

[W]hen the enemy endeavored to cut off his communication by sea, he was forced to divert that danger by setting fire to his own ships, which, after burning the docks, thence spread on and destroyed the great library. Plutarch, Life of Caesar

[W]hen the enemy endeavored to cut off his communication by sea, he was forced to divert that danger by setting fire to his own ships, which, after burning the docks, thence spread on and destroyed the great library. Plutarch, Life of Caesar

*HERACLEION ~ Lost Egypt City revealed after 1,200 yrs., 30' under Medeterranean Sea in Aboukir Bay near Alexandria, Egypt....Cleopatra’s underwater palace Egypt! DG

*HERACLEION ~ Lost Egypt City revealed after 1,200 yrs., 30' under Medeterranean Sea in Aboukir Bay near Alexandria, Egypt....Cleopatra’s underwater palace Egypt! DG

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