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Amun Temple Enclosure , temple in Luxor

Amun-Ra was the nearby lord of Karnak (Luxor) and during the New Kingdom, when the rulers of Thebes ruled Egypt, he turned into the superior state god, with a sanctuary that mirrored his status. At the tallness of its capacity, the sanctuary claimed 421,000 head of dairy cattle, 65 urban areas, 83 ships and 276,400 hectares of rural land and had 81,000 individuals working for it. The shell that remaining parts, sacked by Assyrians and Persians, is as yet one of the world’s incredible archeological locales, amazing, delightful and moving.

The Quay of Amun was where the huge pontoons conveying the statues of the divine beings secured during celebrations. From compositions in the tomb of Nakht and somewhere else we realize that there were royal residences toward the north of the quay and that these were encompassed by lavish plant enclosures. On the …

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