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  • Dendera Temple ... One of the best temples in Egypt. 
Massive columns covered in hieroglyphics, zodialigical creatures on the turquoise ceiling and a secret passage below the temple ! 
It was commissioned by Ptolemy XII and continued by Cleopatra who had bas-reliefs of her and her son Caesarian carved.
By : Rose English 
Photo by : unknown

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  • Dendera Temple ... One of the best temples in Egypt.
    Massive columns covered in hieroglyphics, zodialigical creatures on the turquoise ceiling and a secret passage below the temple !
    It was commissioned by Ptolemy XII and continued by Cleopatra who had bas-reliefs of her and her son Caesarian carved.
    By : Rose English
    Photo by : unknown

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  • Magnesia - Aydın

Aydın İli Germencik İlçesi Ortaklar Bucağı’na bağlı Tekin Köyü sınırları içinde, Ortaklar-Söke karayolu üzerinde bulunmaktadır. Kent efsaneye göre Thessalia’dan gelen Magnetler tarafından kurulmuştur. Apollon’un kehaneti ve yol göstermesi üzerine Anadolu’ya gelen Magnetlerin kurdukları ilk Magnesia’nın yeri bilinmemektedir. Diodor, Menderes Nehri'nin sürekli yatak değiştirip taşması sonucu meydana gelen salgın hastalıklar ve Pers tehlikesine karşı Atinalı Thibron’un kenti M.Ö. 400-399 taşıdığını yazmaktadır. Büyük bir olasılıkla Thibron yeni bir kent olmaktan çok, Magnesia kenti sakinlerini bugünkü Magnesia’nın Thorax (Gümüş) Dağı’nın eteklerinde Leukophyr’e getirmiş ve orada korumuş olmalıdır. Bu nedenle bugünkü Magnesia’yı da daha sonraki bir dönemde kurulmuş saymak doğru olacaktır.
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  • Magnesia - Aydın

    Aydın İli Germencik İlçesi Ortaklar Bucağı’na bağlı Tekin Köyü sınırları içinde, Ortaklar-Söke karayolu üzerinde bulunmaktadır. Kent efsaneye göre Thessalia’dan gelen Magnetler tarafından kurulmuştur. Apollon’un kehaneti ve yol göstermesi üzerine Anadolu’ya gelen Magnetlerin kurdukları ilk Magnesia’nın yeri bilinmemektedir. Diodor, Menderes Nehri'nin sürekli yatak değiştirip taşması sonucu meydana gelen salgın hastalıklar ve Pers tehlikesine karşı Atinalı Thibron’un kenti M.Ö. 400-399 taşıdığını yazmaktadır. Büyük bir olasılıkla Thibron yeni bir kent olmaktan çok, Magnesia kenti sakinlerini bugünkü Magnesia’nın Thorax (Gümüş) Dağı’nın eteklerinde Leukophyr’e getirmiş ve orada korumuş olmalıdır. Bu nedenle bugünkü Magnesia’yı da daha sonraki bir dönemde kurulmuş saymak doğru olacaktır.
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  •  95  1  3 hours ago
  • Also part of the #AbuSimbel temple complex, initially carved out of the mountainside facing the Nile; is the slightly smaller but still monumental temple dedicated to #RamessesTheGreat’s 1st royal wife & no doubt favorite, #QueenNefertari ...whose name means ‘beautiful companion’ ...It is said that her tomb in the #ValleyOfTheQueens is one of the most exquisite, with wall paintings depicting her beauty & hieroglyphs, delicate but still intact... Alas, it was rumored that entry to her tomb costed thousands of US dollars, so I chose instead to visit tombs in the #ValleyOfTheKings ...Until next time #Nefertari 🌞
  • Also part of the #AbuSimbel temple complex, initially carved out of the mountainside facing the Nile; is the slightly smaller but still monumental temple dedicated to #RamessesTheGreat’s 1st royal wife & no doubt favorite, #QueenNefertari ...whose name means ‘beautiful companion’ ...It is said that her tomb in the #ValleyOfTheQueens is one of the most exquisite, with wall paintings depicting her beauty & hieroglyphs, delicate but still intact... Alas, it was rumored that entry to her tomb costed thousands of US dollars, so I chose instead to visit tombs in the #ValleyOfTheKings ...Until next time #Nefertari 🌞

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  • Also part of the #AbuSimbel temple complex, initially carved out of the mountainside facing the Nile; is the slightly smaller but still monumental temple dedicated to #RamessesTheGreat’s 1st royal wife & no doubt favorite, #QueenNefertari ...whose name means ‘beautiful companion’ ...It is said that her tomb in the #ValleyOfTheQueens is one of the most exquisite, with wall paintings depicting her beauty & hieroglyphs, delicate but still intact... Alas, it was rumored that entry to her tomb costed thousands of US dollars, so I chose instead to visit tombs in the #ValleyOfTheKings ...Until next time #Nefertari 🌞
  • Also part of the #AbuSimbel temple complex, initially carved out of the mountainside facing the Nile; is the slightly smaller but still monumental temple dedicated to #RamessesTheGreat’s 1st royal wife & no doubt favorite, #QueenNefertari ...whose name means ‘beautiful companion’ ...It is said that her tomb in the #ValleyOfTheQueens is one of the most exquisite, with wall paintings depicting her beauty & hieroglyphs, delicate but still intact... Alas, it was rumored that entry to her tomb costed thousands of US dollars, so I chose instead to visit tombs in the #ValleyOfTheKings ...Until next time #Nefertari 🌞

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  • Also part of the #AbuSimbel temple complex, initially carved out of the mountainside facing the Nile; is the slightly smaller but still monumental temple dedicated to #RamessesTheGreat’s 1st royal wife & no doubt favorite, #QueenNefertari ...whose name means ‘beautiful companion’ ...It is said that her tomb in the #ValleyOfTheQueens is one of the most exquisite, with wall paintings depicting her beauty & hieroglyphs, delicate but still intact... Alas, it was rumored that entry to her tomb costed thousands of US dollars, so I chose instead to visit tombs in the #ValleyOfTheKings ...Until next time #Nefertari 🌞
  • Also part of the #AbuSimbel temple complex, initially carved out of the mountainside facing the Nile; is the slightly smaller but still monumental temple dedicated to #RamessesTheGreat’s 1st royal wife & no doubt favorite, #QueenNefertari ...whose name means ‘beautiful companion’ ...It is said that her tomb in the #ValleyOfTheQueens is one of the most exquisite, with wall paintings depicting her beauty & hieroglyphs, delicate but still intact... Alas, it was rumored that entry to her tomb costed thousands of US dollars, so I chose instead to visit tombs in the #ValleyOfTheKings ...Until next time #Nefertari 🌞

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  • Also part of the #AbuSimbel temple complex, initially carved out of the mountainside facing the Nile; is the slightly smaller but still monumental temple dedicated to #RamessesTheGreat’s 1st royal wife & no doubt favorite, #QueenNefertari ...whose name means ‘beautiful companion’ ...It is said that her tomb in the #ValleyOfTheQueens is one of the most exquisite, with wall paintings depicting her beauty & hieroglyphs, delicate but still intact... Alas, it was rumored that entry to her tomb costed thousands of US dollars, so I chose instead to visit tombs in the #ValleyOfTheKings ...Until next time #Nefertari 🌞
  • Also part of the #AbuSimbel temple complex, initially carved out of the mountainside facing the Nile; is the slightly smaller but still monumental temple dedicated to #RamessesTheGreat’s 1st royal wife & no doubt favorite, #QueenNefertari ...whose name means ‘beautiful companion’ ...It is said that her tomb in the #ValleyOfTheQueens is one of the most exquisite, with wall paintings depicting her beauty & hieroglyphs, delicate but still intact... Alas, it was rumored that entry to her tomb costed thousands of US dollars, so I chose instead to visit tombs in the #ValleyOfTheKings ...Until next time #Nefertari 🌞

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  • Also part of the #AbuSimbel temple complex, initially carved out of the mountainside facing the Nile; is the slightly smaller but still monumental temple dedicated to #RamessesTheGreat’s 1st royal wife & no doubt favorite, #QueenNefertari ...whose name means ‘beautiful companion’ ...It is said that her tomb in the #ValleyOfTheQueens is one of the most exquisite, with wall paintings depicting her beauty & hieroglyphs, delicate but still intact... Alas, it was rumored that entry to her tomb costed thousands of US dollars, so I chose instead to visit tombs in the #ValleyOfTheKings ...Until next time #Nefertari 🌞
  • Also part of the #AbuSimbel temple complex, initially carved out of the mountainside facing the Nile; is the slightly smaller but still monumental temple dedicated to #RamessesTheGreat’s 1st royal wife & no doubt favorite, #QueenNefertari ...whose name means ‘beautiful companion’ ...It is said that her tomb in the #ValleyOfTheQueens is one of the most exquisite, with wall paintings depicting her beauty & hieroglyphs, delicate but still intact... Alas, it was rumored that entry to her tomb costed thousands of US dollars, so I chose instead to visit tombs in the #ValleyOfTheKings ...Until next time #Nefertari 🌞

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  • Also part of the #AbuSimbel temple complex, initially carved out of the mountainside facing the Nile; is the slightly smaller but still monumental temple dedicated to #RamessesTheGreat’s 1st royal wife & no doubt favorite, #QueenNefertari ...whose name means ‘beautiful companion’ ...It is said that her tomb in the #ValleyOfTheQueens is one of the most exquisite, with wall paintings depicting her beauty & hieroglyphs, delicate but still intact... Alas, it was rumored that entry to her tomb costed thousands of US dollars, so I chose instead to visit tombs in the #ValleyOfTheKings ...Until next time #Nefertari 🌞
  • Also part of the #AbuSimbel temple complex, initially carved out of the mountainside facing the Nile; is the slightly smaller but still monumental temple dedicated to #RamessesTheGreat’s 1st royal wife & no doubt favorite, #QueenNefertari ...whose name means ‘beautiful companion’ ...It is said that her tomb in the #ValleyOfTheQueens is one of the most exquisite, with wall paintings depicting her beauty & hieroglyphs, delicate but still intact... Alas, it was rumored that entry to her tomb costed thousands of US dollars, so I chose instead to visit tombs in the #ValleyOfTheKings ...Until next time #Nefertari 🌞

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  • Cleopatra’s Tomb.

Cleopatra is everywhere, and yet..she is nowhere.

Where is Cleopatra’s tomb?

For thousands of years, the mystery has only deepened. Where is it? And are we likely to find it?

According to ancient sources from Plutarch and Suetonius, Octavian (the Roman leader who defeated Cleopatra) permitted her and Mark Antony to be buried together. But, this is debated.

The Romans had an unfortunate habit of cremating their dead, so the chances of Mark Antony’s remains being found are practically zero.

But Cleopatra was Greek who had adopted Egyptian religion, so it’s safe to safe she could have been mummified and buried somewhere secret by servants and staff loyal to her.

Excavations have been carried out in Taposiris Magna located just west of Alexandria. Dozens of mummies were found and even coins baring Cleopatra’s image. It is speculated that she could have been buried here initially and then moved later on. But her tomb remains illusive.

Most of ancient Alexandria now lies under 20 feet of water. It’s entirely possible that Cleopatra’s tomb is underneath the waves. Protected by any living human eye.

So far, efforts to locate her tomb have been fruitless. But there is still hope that one day, the most famous queen of all time will be found. Maybe even with Marc Antony’s ashes.

Together in life, together in death. .
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#ancientegypt #ancient #history #ancienthistory #egypt #egyptian #egyptianmuseum #myegypt #king #statue #hatshepsut #karnak #temple #art #artwork #religion #pharoah #classics #fact #eastern #abusimbel #travel #knowledge #god #discoveregypt #tutankhamun #osiris #egyptology #archaeology #anubis
  • Cleopatra’s Tomb.

    Cleopatra is everywhere, and yet..she is nowhere.

    Where is Cleopatra’s tomb?

    For thousands of years, the mystery has only deepened. Where is it? And are we likely to find it?

    According to ancient sources from Plutarch and Suetonius, Octavian (the Roman leader who defeated Cleopatra) permitted her and Mark Antony to be buried together. But, this is debated.

    The Romans had an unfortunate habit of cremating their dead, so the chances of Mark Antony’s remains being found are practically zero.

    But Cleopatra was Greek who had adopted Egyptian religion, so it’s safe to safe she could have been mummified and buried somewhere secret by servants and staff loyal to her.

    Excavations have been carried out in Taposiris Magna located just west of Alexandria. Dozens of mummies were found and even coins baring Cleopatra’s image. It is speculated that she could have been buried here initially and then moved later on. But her tomb remains illusive.

    Most of ancient Alexandria now lies under 20 feet of water. It’s entirely possible that Cleopatra’s tomb is underneath the waves. Protected by any living human eye.

    So far, efforts to locate her tomb have been fruitless. But there is still hope that one day, the most famous queen of all time will be found. Maybe even with Marc Antony’s ashes.

    Together in life, together in death. .
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    #ancientegypt #ancient #history #ancienthistory #egypt #egyptian #egyptianmuseum #myegypt #king #statue #hatshepsut #karnak #temple #art #artwork #religion #pharoah #classics #fact #eastern #abusimbel #travel #knowledge #god #discoveregypt #tutankhamun #osiris #egyptology #archaeology #anubis

  •  862  14  3 hours ago
  • "Abu Simbel", uno de mis templos favoritos ubicado en Aswan. En 1816, Giovanni Belzoni, un antiguo artista de circo, convertido en buscador de antigüedades, descendió en barco por el Nilo hasta Abu Simbel. Allí en dos campañas sucesivas, rescató de las Arenas del desierto el Gran Templo funerario de Ramsés II. Este museo al aire libre está formado por dos impresionantes templos. El principal, llamado Gran Templo alberga cuatro colosales estatuas de Ramsés II esculpidas en la roca de La fachada. Construido en el siglo XIII a. C., el templo fue trasladado a una posición más elevada en 1959 para evitar el riesgo de inundación por la construcción de la presa de Aswan. Dos veces al año se produce un fenómeno solar al interior del templo, por el que la luz del sol penetra en el recinto iluminando las figuras de Ra (Dios del sol), Amón (Dios del poder creador) y Ramsés II, dejando bajo las sombras al dios Ptah, a quien se considera como el Dios de la oscuridad.
["Abu Simbel", one of my favorite Egyptian temples, located in Aswan. In 1816, Giovanni Belzoni, a former circus artist who become a seeker of antiques, sailed along the Nile until he reached Abu Simbel. He rescued from the sands the Great Temple of Ramesses II.  This outdoor Museum has two amazing temples.  The Great temple which has four colossus of pharaoh Ramesses II carved in the stone. It was built in the XIII century B.C., the temple was moved to a higher position in 1959 to avoid the risk of being flooded by the construction of Aswan's dam. Twice a year a natural phenomenon takes place inside the temple, the sunlight illuminates the statues of Ra (Sun god), Amon (Creation power god) and  Ramesses II, leaving in the shadows the statue of the god Ptah, who is considered the god of darkness].
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Desliza ➡️ en la primera foto el Templo Mayor de Ramsés II,  en la segunda foto el Templo Menor, dedicado a la Gran Esposa Real, la Reina Nefertari 👸🏻 [Slide➡️ the first photo is the Great Temple of Ramesses II, the second photo is the Temple dedicated to the Great Royal Wife, queen Nefertari👸🏻]
#abusimbel
#ramsesii
#ancientegypt
#egyptology
#egyptologistlife
#greattemple
#nefertari
  • "Abu Simbel", uno de mis templos favoritos ubicado en Aswan. En 1816, Giovanni Belzoni, un antiguo artista de circo, convertido en buscador de antigüedades, descendió en barco por el Nilo hasta Abu Simbel. Allí en dos campañas sucesivas, rescató de las Arenas del desierto el Gran Templo funerario de Ramsés II. Este museo al aire libre está formado por dos impresionantes templos. El principal, llamado Gran Templo alberga cuatro colosales estatuas de Ramsés II esculpidas en la roca de La fachada. Construido en el siglo XIII a. C., el templo fue trasladado a una posición más elevada en 1959 para evitar el riesgo de inundación por la construcción de la presa de Aswan. Dos veces al año se produce un fenómeno solar al interior del templo, por el que la luz del sol penetra en el recinto iluminando las figuras de Ra (Dios del sol), Amón (Dios del poder creador) y Ramsés II, dejando bajo las sombras al dios Ptah, a quien se considera como el Dios de la oscuridad.
    ["Abu Simbel", one of my favorite Egyptian temples, located in Aswan. In 1816, Giovanni Belzoni, a former circus artist who become a seeker of antiques, sailed along the Nile until he reached Abu Simbel. He rescued from the sands the Great Temple of Ramesses II. This outdoor Museum has two amazing temples. The Great temple which has four colossus of pharaoh Ramesses II carved in the stone. It was built in the XIII century B.C., the temple was moved to a higher position in 1959 to avoid the risk of being flooded by the construction of Aswan's dam. Twice a year a natural phenomenon takes place inside the temple, the sunlight illuminates the statues of Ra (Sun god), Amon (Creation power god) and Ramesses II, leaving in the shadows the statue of the god Ptah, who is considered the god of darkness].
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    Desliza ➡️ en la primera foto el Templo Mayor de Ramsés II, en la segunda foto el Templo Menor, dedicado a la Gran Esposa Real, la Reina Nefertari 👸🏻 [Slide➡️ the first photo is the Great Temple of Ramesses II, the second photo is the Temple dedicated to the Great Royal Wife, queen Nefertari👸🏻]
    #abusimbel
    #ramsesii
    #ancientegypt
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    #egyptologistlife
    #greattemple
    #nefertari

  •  53  8  4 hours ago
  • Ani, Kars şehrinin güneydoğusunda, il merkezine 42 km uzaklıkta, Arpaçay boyunda bulunan ören yeri. 961-1045 yılları arasında Pakraduni Hanedanlığı'ndan Ermeni hükümdarlarının başkenti olmuştur.
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#akropolis  #egypt #petra #petrajordan #louvre #louvremuseum #hattuşa #tróia  #panteón #persepolis #herakles #miken #hatshepsut  #knossos #afrodisias  #british #girit  #apollon  #aizonai #myra #dionysos #baalbek #baalbeck #göbeklitepe #egypt #aizonai #pompeii #babil #didyma #bergama #abusimbel  #hattuşa #efesantikkent
  • Ani, Kars şehrinin güneydoğusunda, il merkezine 42 km uzaklıkta, Arpaçay boyunda bulunan ören yeri. 961-1045 yılları arasında Pakraduni Hanedanlığı'ndan Ermeni hükümdarlarının başkenti olmuştur.
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  • 🐭🐶🌭: “- 3 doguinhos chineses, repondo a vitamina D, passando para desejar que o seu dia seja incrivelmente lindo!” ☺️☀️
  • 🐭🐶🌭: “- 3 doguinhos chineses, repondo a vitamina D, passando para desejar que o seu dia seja incrivelmente lindo!” ☺️☀️

  •  58  5  6 hours ago
  • That World/This World.

What separates us from the world of ancient Egypt? What did they believe? What do we believe?

The ancient Egyptians believed that the smallest thing on Earth was a grain of sand.

Now, we know that there are 43 quintillion atoms in a grain of sand. And if you split that atom open, there are even smaller, seemingly impossible things inside.

The ancient Egyptians believed that the twinkling dots of light in the sky were droplets of cows milk that were left there by the goddess, Hathor.

Now, we know that these droplets of milk are actually balls of chemicals, burning, swirling and reacting millions of light years from Earth. We call them stars.

The ancient Egyptians believed that the only thing that could fly were birds and insects. They made their gods out of these otherworldly animals.

Now, we have walked on the surface of the moon.

The ancient Egyptians believed the brain was useless. They didn’t see it as an organ because it was far away from the rest of the body. It didn’t move in a way that our other organs move.

Now, we know that the human brain is the function of everything. It’s so complex, that we are no where near to understanding it’s full functionality.

Our way of thinking as a species has evolved. But at our core, we have always remained the same, and always will.

Time separates us from the ancient civilisations of this world. Not much else.
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#ancientegypt #ancient #history #ancienthistory #egypt #egyptian #egyptianmuseum #myegypt #king #statue #hatshepsut #karnak #temple #art #artwork #religion #pharoah #classics #fact #eastern #abusimbel #travel #knowledge #god #discoveregypt #tutankhamun #osiris #egyptology #archaeology #anubis
  • That World/This World.

    What separates us from the world of ancient Egypt? What did they believe? What do we believe?

    The ancient Egyptians believed that the smallest thing on Earth was a grain of sand.

    Now, we know that there are 43 quintillion atoms in a grain of sand. And if you split that atom open, there are even smaller, seemingly impossible things inside.

    The ancient Egyptians believed that the twinkling dots of light in the sky were droplets of cows milk that were left there by the goddess, Hathor.

    Now, we know that these droplets of milk are actually balls of chemicals, burning, swirling and reacting millions of light years from Earth. We call them stars.

    The ancient Egyptians believed that the only thing that could fly were birds and insects. They made their gods out of these otherworldly animals.

    Now, we have walked on the surface of the moon.

    The ancient Egyptians believed the brain was useless. They didn’t see it as an organ because it was far away from the rest of the body. It didn’t move in a way that our other organs move.

    Now, we know that the human brain is the function of everything. It’s so complex, that we are no where near to understanding it’s full functionality.

    Our way of thinking as a species has evolved. But at our core, we have always remained the same, and always will.

    Time separates us from the ancient civilisations of this world. Not much else.
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    #ancientegypt #ancient #history #ancienthistory #egypt #egyptian #egyptianmuseum #myegypt #king #statue #hatshepsut #karnak #temple #art #artwork #religion #pharoah #classics #fact #eastern #abusimbel #travel #knowledge #god #discoveregypt #tutankhamun #osiris #egyptology #archaeology #anubis

  •  948  8  7 hours ago
  • Our experience of #travel with less mobility and #wheelchair in #Egypt & #Jordan after an accident. With a travel companion, you can still #discover these #amazing #ancient sites with assistance from your guide or locals! Hope you find these tips and information useful, feel free to add your tips or comments.
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#egypttours #pyramids #sphinx #karnaktemple #valleyofthekings ##colossiofmemnon #movenpickaswan @movenpick_resort_aswan #abusimbel
#jordantours #traveljordan #ammanrotana @rotana.amman #deadsea #kempinskideadsea @kempinskiishtar #ishtarspa #petra #petratours 
#wadirum #ufoluxotel #wheelchairtravel #wheelchairtraveling 
#traveldisabled #wheelchairtrip #wheelchairtraveltips
  • Our experience of #travel with less mobility and #wheelchair in #Egypt & #Jordan after an accident. With a travel companion, you can still #discover these #amazing #ancient sites with assistance from your guide or locals! Hope you find these tips and information useful, feel free to add your tips or comments.
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    #jordantours #traveljordan #ammanrotana @rotana.amman #deadsea #kempinskideadsea @kempinskiishtar #ishtarspa #petra #petratours
    #wadirum #ufoluxotel #wheelchairtravel #wheelchairtraveling
    #traveldisabled #wheelchairtrip #wheelchairtraveltips

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  • It's home to the world's only surviving Ancient Wonder of the World, and it's on every traveller's must-do list... yep, we're talking about Giza, or more specifically the Great Pyramids of Giza. Captured here rising through the morning fog! Contrary to popular belief, just outside the territory of the Pyramids, you will find yourself immersed in the heart of the city, and not vast deserts as thought by many. But then again, it depends on which direction you go.  cheers for this spectacular moment! Tag us for a chance to feature! .
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  • It's home to the world's only surviving Ancient Wonder of the World, and it's on every traveller's must-do list... yep, we're talking about Giza, or more specifically the Great Pyramids of Giza. Captured here rising through the morning fog! Contrary to popular belief, just outside the territory of the Pyramids, you will find yourself immersed in the heart of the city, and not vast deserts as thought by many. But then again, it depends on which direction you go.  cheers for this spectacular moment! Tag us for a chance to feature! .
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    #ancientegypt #ancient #history #ancienthistory #egypt #egyptian #egyptianmuseum #myegypt #king #statue #hatshepsut #karnak #temple #art #artwork #religion #pharoah #classics #fact #eastern #abusimbel #travel #knowledge #god #discoveregypt #tutankhamun #osiris #egyptology #archaeology #anubis

  •  1,212  5  8 hours ago
  • Hierapolis (Yunanca: Ἱεράπολις 'kutsal şehir'), Pamukkale (Denizli) yakınlarında bulunan bir antik kenttir.

Antik coğrafyacı Strabon ile Ptolemaios verdikleri bilgilerde, Karia bölgesine sınır olan Laodikeia ve Tripolis kentlerine yakınlığı ile Hierapolisin bir Frigya kenti olduğunu ileri sürülmektedir. Kentin kuruluşu hakkında bilgilerin kısıtlı olmasına karşın; Pergamon Krallığı zamanında II. Eumenes tarafından MÖ 2. yüzyıl başlarında kurulduğu ve Bergama'nın efsanevi kurucusu Telephos'un karısı Amazonlar kraliçesi Hiera'dan dolayı, Hierapolis adını aldığı bilinmektedir. .
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  • Hierapolis (Yunanca: Ἱεράπολις 'kutsal şehir'), Pamukkale (Denizli) yakınlarında bulunan bir antik kenttir.

    Antik coğrafyacı Strabon ile Ptolemaios verdikleri bilgilerde, Karia bölgesine sınır olan Laodikeia ve Tripolis kentlerine yakınlığı ile Hierapolisin bir Frigya kenti olduğunu ileri sürülmektedir. Kentin kuruluşu hakkında bilgilerin kısıtlı olmasına karşın; Pergamon Krallığı zamanında II. Eumenes tarafından MÖ 2. yüzyıl başlarında kurulduğu ve Bergama'nın efsanevi kurucusu Telephos'un karısı Amazonlar kraliçesi Hiera'dan dolayı, Hierapolis adını aldığı bilinmektedir. .
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  •  191  2  9 hours ago
  • Antik Mısır’da Öbür Dünya İnancı

Mısır inançlarında ölümle ilgili olarak ele alabileceğimiz üç ana kavram vardır. Mısırlılar ruh ve bedeni ayrı gördüklerinden, ölüm anında çıkan ruhu üç ayrı varlık olarak görmek gerekir.

Bunlar Ka, Ba ve Akh‘tır.

Ka, yukarıya uzanmış iki kolla temsil edilir ve kişinin yaşam gücüdür. Ka kişinin bir tür “ikizi” olarak yaşamı boyunca onunla birlikte olabildiği gibi, ölümden sonra da varlığını bir şekilde sürdürür. Bu bağlamda Ka, yemek yemek zorunda olduğundan mezara ya yemek bırakılır ya da yemekle ilgili bir sembole rastlanır. Ka’nın alanı mezar odası ve sunak arasında sınırlıdır.

Ba, insan başlı bir kuş, genellikle de bir şahin olarak gösterilir. Ölen kimsenin kişiliği ve onu tamamlayan özelliklerle ilgilidir. Ölümlü insanların dünyasına gidebilmekte, gökyüzünde dolaşabilmektedir ama sonunda mezara döner. Mezara dönmesinin nedeni canlılığını Ka’ dan almasıdır. Bu bağlamda Ba iki dünya arasında bir haberci olarak düşünülebilir. Bunun, Mısır inançlarında olduğu gibi, kuşların ölülerden haber verdiği inancıyla alakalı olduğu düşünülebilir.

İbis kuşu ile temsil edilen Akh ise ölen kişinin evrenle bir olan ölümsüz kısmıdır. Kişi öldükten sonra Evren’e ait olan kısmı serbest kalır.

Ölülerin bir de ebedi isimleri vardır. Bu isimler ölünün kaybolmamasını ve öteki dünyada yaşamalarını sağlar. Ayrıca Tanrılar tarafından temize çıktığını da gösterir.

Ka, Ba ve Akh’ın düzgün hareket edebilmelerinin ve varlıklarını sürdürebilmelerinin koşulu, fiziksel bedenin sağlam kalması ve bunun yanında, tanınabilir bir şekilde korunmasıdır. Bu nedenle özellikle Ba her gece döndüğünde bedeni tanıyabilsin diye beden bozulmayacak şekilde mumyalanır hatta daha iyi tanıyabilsin diye lahitlerde ölünün fiziki görüntüsü canlandırılır. Aynı şekilde mezarların “sonsuz yaşam evleri” olarak görülmesi de bu inançlarla bağlantılıdır.
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  • Antik Mısır’da Öbür Dünya İnancı

    Mısır inançlarında ölümle ilgili olarak ele alabileceğimiz üç ana kavram vardır. Mısırlılar ruh ve bedeni ayrı gördüklerinden, ölüm anında çıkan ruhu üç ayrı varlık olarak görmek gerekir.

    Bunlar Ka, Ba ve Akh‘tır.

    Ka, yukarıya uzanmış iki kolla temsil edilir ve kişinin yaşam gücüdür. Ka kişinin bir tür “ikizi” olarak yaşamı boyunca onunla birlikte olabildiği gibi, ölümden sonra da varlığını bir şekilde sürdürür. Bu bağlamda Ka, yemek yemek zorunda olduğundan mezara ya yemek bırakılır ya da yemekle ilgili bir sembole rastlanır. Ka’nın alanı mezar odası ve sunak arasında sınırlıdır.

    Ba, insan başlı bir kuş, genellikle de bir şahin olarak gösterilir. Ölen kimsenin kişiliği ve onu tamamlayan özelliklerle ilgilidir. Ölümlü insanların dünyasına gidebilmekte, gökyüzünde dolaşabilmektedir ama sonunda mezara döner. Mezara dönmesinin nedeni canlılığını Ka’ dan almasıdır. Bu bağlamda Ba iki dünya arasında bir haberci olarak düşünülebilir. Bunun, Mısır inançlarında olduğu gibi, kuşların ölülerden haber verdiği inancıyla alakalı olduğu düşünülebilir.

    İbis kuşu ile temsil edilen Akh ise ölen kişinin evrenle bir olan ölümsüz kısmıdır. Kişi öldükten sonra Evren’e ait olan kısmı serbest kalır.

    Ölülerin bir de ebedi isimleri vardır. Bu isimler ölünün kaybolmamasını ve öteki dünyada yaşamalarını sağlar. Ayrıca Tanrılar tarafından temize çıktığını da gösterir.

    Ka, Ba ve Akh’ın düzgün hareket edebilmelerinin ve varlıklarını sürdürebilmelerinin koşulu, fiziksel bedenin sağlam kalması ve bunun yanında, tanınabilir bir şekilde korunmasıdır. Bu nedenle özellikle Ba her gece döndüğünde bedeni tanıyabilsin diye beden bozulmayacak şekilde mumyalanır hatta daha iyi tanıyabilsin diye lahitlerde ölünün fiziki görüntüsü canlandırılır. Aynı şekilde mezarların “sonsuz yaşam evleri” olarak görülmesi de bu inançlarla bağlantılıdır.
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  •  717  5  10 hours ago
  • UN TUFFO NEL PASSATO🦴🔽⁣
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Non sono un esperto della storia legata ai parchi divertimento⁣
Mi piace spulciare qualche curiosità ma non ho mai approfondito a fondo🤔⁣
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L’idea è quella di visitarli e raccontarvi le mia storie, e chissà, magari un giorno⁣
andarci insieme, un bel gruppo di esploratori alla ricerca del divertimento…🤩⁣
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Ok, mi sto dilungando e sto sognando troppo, forse colpa della quarantena⁣
e degli esami universitari estivi😅⁣
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Comunque, il caldo di queste giornate mi ha fatto proprio pensare a Ramses⁣
e il suo passato☀️⁣
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Voi lo conoscevate?⁣
Avete visitato l’attrazione precedente?
  • UN TUFFO NEL PASSATO🦴🔽⁣

    Non sono un esperto della storia legata ai parchi divertimento⁣
    Mi piace spulciare qualche curiosità ma non ho mai approfondito a fondo🤔⁣

    L’idea è quella di visitarli e raccontarvi le mia storie, e chissà, magari un giorno⁣
    andarci insieme, un bel gruppo di esploratori alla ricerca del divertimento…🤩⁣

    Ok, mi sto dilungando e sto sognando troppo, forse colpa della quarantena⁣
    e degli esami universitari estivi😅⁣

    Comunque, il caldo di queste giornate mi ha fatto proprio pensare a Ramses⁣
    e il suo passato☀️⁣

    Voi lo conoscevate?⁣
    Avete visitato l’attrazione precedente?

  •  27  5  11 hours ago
  • Zeugma'nın kronolojik tarihçesi

MÖ 300 - Büyük İskender'in Generallerinden Selevkos I Nikator Belkıs/Zeugma’nın ilk yerleşimi olan Selevkeya Euphrates kentini kurar

MÖ 1. yüzyıl - Kentin Selevkaya Euphrates adı korunarak Kommagene Krallığı'’ın 4 büyük kentinden biri olur.

1. yüzyıl - 1. yüzyılın ilk çeyreğinde Roma İmparatorluğu’nun topraklarına katılır ve ismi de “köprü “, “geçit” anlamına gelen "Zeugma" olarak değiştirilir.

252 - Sasani Kralı I. Şapur Belkıs/Zeugma’yı ele geçirerek yakıp yıkar

4. yüzyıl - Belkıs/Zeugma geç Roma hakimiyetine girer.

5-6. yüzyıl - Belkıs/Zeugma Erken Roma hakimiyetine girer.

7. yüzyıl - İslam Akınları sonucu Belkıs/Zeugma terk edilir.

10-12. yüzyıl - Küçük bir İslami yerleşimi oluşur.

16. yüzyıl - Bugünkü adıyla Belkıs Köyü kurulur. .
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  • Zeugma'nın kronolojik tarihçesi

    MÖ 300 - Büyük İskender'in Generallerinden Selevkos I Nikator Belkıs/Zeugma’nın ilk yerleşimi olan Selevkeya Euphrates kentini kurar

    MÖ 1. yüzyıl - Kentin Selevkaya Euphrates adı korunarak Kommagene Krallığı'’ın 4 büyük kentinden biri olur.

    1. yüzyıl - 1. yüzyılın ilk çeyreğinde Roma İmparatorluğu’nun topraklarına katılır ve ismi de “köprü “, “geçit” anlamına gelen "Zeugma" olarak değiştirilir.

    252 - Sasani Kralı I. Şapur Belkıs/Zeugma’yı ele geçirerek yakıp yıkar

    4. yüzyıl - Belkıs/Zeugma geç Roma hakimiyetine girer.

    5-6. yüzyıl - Belkıs/Zeugma Erken Roma hakimiyetine girer.

    7. yüzyıl - İslam Akınları sonucu Belkıs/Zeugma terk edilir.

    10-12. yüzyıl - Küçük bir İslami yerleşimi oluşur.

    16. yüzyıl - Bugünkü adıyla Belkıs Köyü kurulur. .
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  •  99  0  11 hours ago
  • It’s hard to believe only 3 months ago I was in Egypt, it certainly feels longer than that…
🙏 I am so grateful had to opportunity to visit one of the most amazing site - Abu Simbel with the two famous massive rock temples, one built for Pharaoh Ramses II and the other one for his wife Nefertari. The temples were dismantled stone by stone and moved approx. 60 metres by Unesco in the early 1960s, to save them from Nile river floods…
The great temple with four seated colossi (Ramesses II close to the entrance) was absolutely breathtaking!!!🌟🙏
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#danielaarleeyamiimentor
  • It’s hard to believe only 3 months ago I was in Egypt, it certainly feels longer than that…
    🙏 I am so grateful had to opportunity to visit one of the most amazing site - Abu Simbel with the two famous massive rock temples, one built for Pharaoh Ramses II and the other one for his wife Nefertari. The temples were dismantled stone by stone and moved approx. 60 metres by Unesco in the early 1960s, to save them from Nile river floods…
    The great temple with four seated colossi (Ramesses II close to the entrance) was absolutely breathtaking!!!🌟🙏
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    #danielaarleeyamiimentor

  •  18  1  12 hours ago
  • Repost from @amazingegypt_ using @RepostRegramApp - Love Story.

Nefertari stands behind Ramesses as he prays to the gods. She whispers silently behind him, guiding him in his search for the answer that he seeks.

One of the greatest marriages in history was between Ramesses the Great and Nefertari.

They were inseparable.

For whom the sun shines - is what Ramesses had to say about her. He loved Nefertari with all his heart. And she loved him back.

He of course, had other wives. A pharaoh must be involved with women of fertility so to increase the chances of having healthy heirs. In fact, Ramesses had many sons and he lived so long that he outlived 12 of them. She accepted this. It did not diminish her love for him.

No other woman could capture Ramesses’ heart like Nefertari. She is often pictured with him in tomb reliefs and stone monuments. She is literally carved into the rock at Abu Simbel - by his side for all eternity. His love for her was like a constant streak of light. He built one of the most beautiful temples that has ever existed - at Abu Simbel, for her.

Ramesses left a poem on the wall of her tomb. It reads the following.

My love is unique — no one can rival her, for she is the most beautiful woman alive. Just by passing, she has stolen away my heart.
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#ancientegypt #ancient #history #ancienthistory #egypt #egyptian #egyptianmuseum #myegypt #king #statue #hatshepsut #karnak #temple #art #artwork #religion #pharoah #classics #fact #eastern #abusimbel #travel #knowledge #god #discoveregypt #tutankhamun #osiris #egyptology #archaeology #anubis
  • Repost from @amazingegypt_ using @RepostRegramApp - Love Story.

    Nefertari stands behind Ramesses as he prays to the gods. She whispers silently behind him, guiding him in his search for the answer that he seeks.

    One of the greatest marriages in history was between Ramesses the Great and Nefertari.

    They were inseparable.

    For whom the sun shines - is what Ramesses had to say about her. He loved Nefertari with all his heart. And she loved him back.

    He of course, had other wives. A pharaoh must be involved with women of fertility so to increase the chances of having healthy heirs. In fact, Ramesses had many sons and he lived so long that he outlived 12 of them. She accepted this. It did not diminish her love for him.

    No other woman could capture Ramesses’ heart like Nefertari. She is often pictured with him in tomb reliefs and stone monuments. She is literally carved into the rock at Abu Simbel - by his side for all eternity. His love for her was like a constant streak of light. He built one of the most beautiful temples that has ever existed - at Abu Simbel, for her.

    Ramesses left a poem on the wall of her tomb. It reads the following.

    My love is unique — no one can rival her, for she is the most beautiful woman alive. Just by passing, she has stolen away my heart.
    @valleyofthepharaohs .
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    #ancientegypt #ancient #history #ancienthistory #egypt #egyptian #egyptianmuseum #myegypt #king #statue #hatshepsut #karnak #temple #art #artwork #religion #pharoah #classics #fact #eastern #abusimbel #travel #knowledge #god #discoveregypt #tutankhamun #osiris #egyptology #archaeology #anubis

  •  18  0  17 hours ago
  • Abu Simbel é um dos locais antigos mais reconhecidos no Egito. Por 3.000 anos, ficou na margem oeste do rio Nilo, entre a primeira e a segunda catarata do Nilo. No entanto, em um feito notável de engenharia, o complexo do templo foi desmontado e reconstruído em uma colina mais alta para dar lugar à Represa Alta de Aswan na década de 1960.
Construído em 1244 aC, Abu Simbel contém dois templos, esculpidos na encosta de uma montanha. O maior dos dois templos contém quatro estátuas colossais de um faraó sentado Ramesses II (1303-1213 aC) em sua entrada, cada uma com cerca de 21 metros de altura. A entrada do templo foi construída de tal maneira que, em dois dias do ano, 22 de outubro e 22 de fevereiro, a luz do sol brilha no santuário interno e ilumina três estátuas sentadas em um banco, incluindo um do faraó. Os historiadores pensam que essas datas marcam sua coroação e nascimento. Milhares de turistas costumam frequentar os templos para assistir ao fenômeno e participar das celebrações.
Além disso, Abu Simbel tem um segundo templo menor que pode ter sido construído para a rainha Nefertari. Sua frente inclui duas estátuas da rainha e quatro do faraó, cada uma com cerca de 10 metros de altura. Cada um é colocado entre contrafortes esculpidos com hieróglifos. 
Enquanto o local foi construído por um governante egípcio e está localizado no Egito moderno, nos tempos antigos, o local em que estava localizado era considerado parte da Núbia, um território que às vezes era independente do Egito antigo.
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  • Abu Simbel é um dos locais antigos mais reconhecidos no Egito. Por 3.000 anos, ficou na margem oeste do rio Nilo, entre a primeira e a segunda catarata do Nilo. No entanto, em um feito notável de engenharia, o complexo do templo foi desmontado e reconstruído em uma colina mais alta para dar lugar à Represa Alta de Aswan na década de 1960.
    Construído em 1244 aC, Abu Simbel contém dois templos, esculpidos na encosta de uma montanha. O maior dos dois templos contém quatro estátuas colossais de um faraó sentado Ramesses II (1303-1213 aC) em sua entrada, cada uma com cerca de 21 metros de altura. A entrada do templo foi construída de tal maneira que, em dois dias do ano, 22 de outubro e 22 de fevereiro, a luz do sol brilha no santuário interno e ilumina três estátuas sentadas em um banco, incluindo um do faraó. Os historiadores pensam que essas datas marcam sua coroação e nascimento. Milhares de turistas costumam frequentar os templos para assistir ao fenômeno e participar das celebrações.
    Além disso, Abu Simbel tem um segundo templo menor que pode ter sido construído para a rainha Nefertari. Sua frente inclui duas estátuas da rainha e quatro do faraó, cada uma com cerca de 10 metros de altura. Cada um é colocado entre contrafortes esculpidos com hieróglifos.
    Enquanto o local foi construído por um governante egípcio e está localizado no Egito moderno, nos tempos antigos, o local em que estava localizado era considerado parte da Núbia, um território que às vezes era independente do Egito antigo.
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  •  2,633  15  17 hours ago
  • 🐭: “- E eu que achava que na minha casa fazia frio.. Estou passando uns dias na casa da vovó, e parece mesmo que estou nos Alpes. 
Só pelanca e osso, com o mínimo de tecido adiposo.. óh, céus! 
Jota Quest, compartilha a localização se você já achou ‘onde tenha sol’ .. é pra lá que eu vou também!!!” 🥶
  • 🐭: “- E eu que achava que na minha casa fazia frio.. Estou passando uns dias na casa da vovó, e parece mesmo que estou nos Alpes.
    Só pelanca e osso, com o mínimo de tecido adiposo.. óh, céus!
    Jota Quest, compartilha a localização se você já achou ‘onde tenha sol’ .. é pra lá que eu vou também!!!” 🥶

  •  50  7  19 hours ago
  • Como escribimos en nuestro primer post, os recomendamos llegar hasta Asuán (o Aswan), en donde se construyó una imponente presa, ampliada en 1970, para crear el lago Nasser o de Nubia (esperamos que estuvierais atentos a nuestra storie del Templo de Debod). Aun así, hay una serie de monumentos increíbles en esta zona (la mayoría de ellos reubicados), como el Templo de Philae en la isla Agilkia; el Templo de Amón en la isla de Kalabsha o, las que son sin duda otra de las grandes joyas de Egipto: los templos de Ramsés II y Nefertari en Abu Simbel; en nuestra opinión, el espectáculo nocturno de luces deja mucho que desear, por lo que os recomendamos la visita diurna. No podemos terminar esta publicación sin dar unas pinceladas de otros interesantes rincones de Egipto que merecen mucho la pena visitar: la costera e histórica ciudad de Alejandría; las ciudades a orillas del canal de Suez (Puerto Said e Ismailía); o las cosmopolitas Hurghada y Sharm el-Sheij, nexos entre Sinaí y el Mar Rojo.
#jeroglíficos #hieroglyphs #egypt #africa #aswan #nubia #pharaoh #nile #philae #nasser #abusimbel #hatshepshut #egyptology #ancientegypt #discover_too #travel_drops_ #visitegypt #myegypt #travelgram #instapic #instatravel #travelphotography #travelblogger #amazingegypt #loveegypt #egyptphotography #anj #nileriver #beautifuldestinations #rincondomundo
  • Como escribimos en nuestro primer post, os recomendamos llegar hasta Asuán (o Aswan), en donde se construyó una imponente presa, ampliada en 1970, para crear el lago Nasser o de Nubia (esperamos que estuvierais atentos a nuestra storie del Templo de Debod). Aun así, hay una serie de monumentos increíbles en esta zona (la mayoría de ellos reubicados), como el Templo de Philae en la isla Agilkia; el Templo de Amón en la isla de Kalabsha o, las que son sin duda otra de las grandes joyas de Egipto: los templos de Ramsés II y Nefertari en Abu Simbel; en nuestra opinión, el espectáculo nocturno de luces deja mucho que desear, por lo que os recomendamos la visita diurna. No podemos terminar esta publicación sin dar unas pinceladas de otros interesantes rincones de Egipto que merecen mucho la pena visitar: la costera e histórica ciudad de Alejandría; las ciudades a orillas del canal de Suez (Puerto Said e Ismailía); o las cosmopolitas Hurghada y Sharm el-Sheij, nexos entre Sinaí y el Mar Rojo.
    #jeroglíficos #hieroglyphs #egypt #africa #aswan #nubia #pharaoh #nile #philae #nasser #abusimbel #hatshepshut #egyptology #ancientegypt #discover_too #travel_drops_ #visitegypt #myegypt #travelgram #instapic #instatravel #travelphotography #travelblogger #amazingegypt #loveegypt #egyptphotography #anj #nileriver #beautifuldestinations #rincondomundo

  •  117  2  27 May, 2020
  • Assos Antik Tiyatro

Agoranın güneyindeki tiyatro andezitten inşa edilmiştir. At nalı planı ile Yunan karakteri gösteren yapıya, Roma Çağı’nda orkestranın önünde iki katlı bir sahne binası yerleştirilmiştir. Yapının bir yamaca yaslanması ve manzaraya dönük olması gibi özellikleri de yine Yunan tiyatrolarının karakteristik özelliğidir.
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  • Assos Antik Tiyatro

    Agoranın güneyindeki tiyatro andezitten inşa edilmiştir. At nalı planı ile Yunan karakteri gösteren yapıya, Roma Çağı’nda orkestranın önünde iki katlı bir sahne binası yerleştirilmiştir. Yapının bir yamaca yaslanması ve manzaraya dönük olması gibi özellikleri de yine Yunan tiyatrolarının karakteristik özelliğidir.
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  •  262  3  27 May, 2020

Top #Abusimbel Posts

  • 📌 Temple of Ramses II - Abu Simbel
The colossi of the facade represent Ramses II with the nemes, the double crown of the two Lands, the false beard, a symbol of the living pharaoh, the necklace and a breastplate engraved with the name of coronation. It also has bracelets, decorated with cartridges.
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📌 Templo de Ramses II - Abu Simbel
Los colosos de la fachada representan a Ramsés II con el nemes, la doble corona de las dos Tierras, la barba postiza, símbolo del faraón en vida, el collar y un pectoral grabado con el nombre de coronación. Además lleva brazaletes, decorados con cartuchos.
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#abusimbeltemple #ancientegypt #aswan #egyptians #egypt #history #abusimbel  #landscape #photogram #photographer #egyptshots #travelpics #travelawesome #egypte #ancienthistory #temple #travelphotography #archeological #egypt🇪🇬 #landscapephotography #historyofart #egyptian #temples #landscapes #egyptology #arthistory #travelphoto #travelgram #archeology #landscapelover
  • 📌 Temple of Ramses II - Abu Simbel
    The colossi of the facade represent Ramses II with the nemes, the double crown of the two Lands, the false beard, a symbol of the living pharaoh, the necklace and a breastplate engraved with the name of coronation. It also has bracelets, decorated with cartridges.
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    📌 Templo de Ramses II - Abu Simbel
    Los colosos de la fachada representan a Ramsés II con el nemes, la doble corona de las dos Tierras, la barba postiza, símbolo del faraón en vida, el collar y un pectoral grabado con el nombre de coronación. Además lleva brazaletes, decorados con cartuchos.
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    📸 @maik_burghardt thank you for this shot!
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    #abusimbeltemple #ancientegypt #aswan #egyptians #egypt #history #abusimbel #landscape #photogram #photographer #egyptshots #travelpics #travelawesome #egypte #ancienthistory #temple #travelphotography #archeological #egypt🇪🇬 #landscapephotography #historyofart #egyptian #temples #landscapes #egyptology #arthistory #travelphoto #travelgram #archeology #landscapelover

  •  3,543  40  18 May, 2020
  • Khufu’s Ship.

The discovery of Khufu’s Ship is surly one the most astonishing finds in all of archaeology. It was found at the Giza pyramid complex in 1954.

It had been sealed into a pit that was cut straight out of the bedrock where it had been sat for thousands of years.

The purpose of its burial? There are a few theories. One is that it was intended to carry the deceased king across the heavens in the afterlife.

Another theory suggests that it may have been used to transport the king from Memphis to Giza on the River Nile after embalmment.

The Khufu Ship is a doorway into the past.

It enables us to look at the Ancient Egyptians not just as hieroglyphs and cartouches on a tomb wall, but as real skilful artisans who were masters of their own craft in their own time.
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#ancientegypt #ancient #history #ancienthistory #egypt #egyptian #egyptianmuseum #myegypt #king #statue #hatshepsut #karnak #temple #art #artwork #religion #pharoah #classics #fact #eastern #abusimbel #travel #knowledge #god #discoveregypt #tutankhamun #osiris #egyptology #archaeology #anubis
  • Khufu’s Ship.

    The discovery of Khufu’s Ship is surly one the most astonishing finds in all of archaeology. It was found at the Giza pyramid complex in 1954.

    It had been sealed into a pit that was cut straight out of the bedrock where it had been sat for thousands of years.

    The purpose of its burial? There are a few theories. One is that it was intended to carry the deceased king across the heavens in the afterlife.

    Another theory suggests that it may have been used to transport the king from Memphis to Giza on the River Nile after embalmment.

    The Khufu Ship is a doorway into the past.

    It enables us to look at the Ancient Egyptians not just as hieroglyphs and cartouches on a tomb wall, but as real skilful artisans who were masters of their own craft in their own time.
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    #ancientegypt #ancient #history #ancienthistory #egypt #egyptian #egyptianmuseum #myegypt #king #statue #hatshepsut #karnak #temple #art #artwork #religion #pharoah #classics #fact #eastern #abusimbel #travel #knowledge #god #discoveregypt #tutankhamun #osiris #egyptology #archaeology #anubis

  •  7,536  70  17 May, 2020
  • Nefertiti Reborn.

Using sophisticated technology a team of scientists have recreated the face of one of the most mysterious mummies ever found - ‘The Younger Lady’. Latest 3-D imaging technology used the mummy's facial structure to bring the 3,400-year-old queen to life.

But it’s not the accuracy of her muscle depth and cheek bones that have caused controversy, it’s her skin colour.

Elisabeth Daynes crafted and recreated Nefertiti’s face over a painstaking 500 hours.

Aidan Dodson, an Egyptologist at Bristol University who was involved in the project, said in a statement. “It's extraordinary. When taken alongside the latest reading of the genetic data, this provides us with truly exciting evidence that the mummy of the Younger Lady is none other than Queen Nefertiti herself." An astute opinion.

So what about the skin colour? Many people took to the internet to express their concern that the skin colour is too light. The famous bust of Nefertiti depicts the famous queen with a slightly darker skin tone.

There is no way to know for sure the exact colour of Nefertiti’s skin.

What do you think?
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#ancientegypt #ancient #history #ancienthistory #egypt #egyptian #egyptianmuseum #myegypt #king #statue #hatshepsut #karnak #temple #art #artwork #religion #pharoah #classics #fact #eastern #abusimbel #travel #knowledge #god #discoveregypt #tutankhamun #osiris #egyptology #archaeology #anubis
  • Nefertiti Reborn.

    Using sophisticated technology a team of scientists have recreated the face of one of the most mysterious mummies ever found - ‘The Younger Lady’. Latest 3-D imaging technology used the mummy's facial structure to bring the 3,400-year-old queen to life.

    But it’s not the accuracy of her muscle depth and cheek bones that have caused controversy, it’s her skin colour.

    Elisabeth Daynes crafted and recreated Nefertiti’s face over a painstaking 500 hours.

    Aidan Dodson, an Egyptologist at Bristol University who was involved in the project, said in a statement. “It's extraordinary. When taken alongside the latest reading of the genetic data, this provides us with truly exciting evidence that the mummy of the Younger Lady is none other than Queen Nefertiti herself." An astute opinion.

    So what about the skin colour? Many people took to the internet to express their concern that the skin colour is too light. The famous bust of Nefertiti depicts the famous queen with a slightly darker skin tone.

    There is no way to know for sure the exact colour of Nefertiti’s skin.

    What do you think?
    @valleyofthepharaohs
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    #ancientegypt #ancient #history #ancienthistory #egypt #egyptian #egyptianmuseum #myegypt #king #statue #hatshepsut #karnak #temple #art #artwork #religion #pharoah #classics #fact #eastern #abusimbel #travel #knowledge #god #discoveregypt #tutankhamun #osiris #egyptology #archaeology #anubis

  •  13,120  1,277  20 May, 2020
  • ✨He is risen!!!! This Lenten season, which happens to coincide with the advent of a global pandemic, has been quite stressful, sad and sobering, to say the least 😕. Leaning on my faith in God, now more than ever, to protect and safe guard the health and well being of our loved ones scattered around the world, to heal our brothers and sisters who are in need of healing, and to provide for all our needs during these times. If there’s one thing I’m comforted by, it is the knowledge that this too shall pass, for- “weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning!” Happy Easter to you and yours 🌞.
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Pictured: A visit to Abu Simbel Temple in Aswan, Egypt (October 2019), one of my favorite trips to date. The temple was built by Ramses II over 4,000 years ago and dedicated both to him and his favorite queen, his 42nd wife from the kingdom of Kush, sometimes referred to as Nubia, Queen Nefertari (not to be confused with Nefertiti). Ramses II is undoubtedly one of the most famous pharaohs of ancient Egypt. The symbolism and lore behind what inspired this temple are just astounding! I love history and architecture, so this trip was a dream come true.
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One of these days I’ll get around to posting highlights on my actual page, but in the meantime, if you’re interested in learning more about the temple and ancient Egyptian history, head over to my saved stories for more detailed highlights. Story headings: Egypt I, II & III🇪🇬.
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#skymileslife #egypt #godsofegypt #aswan #shetravelsluxe #travelisthenewclub  #naijagirlskillingit #melaninpoppin #igbokwenu #bellanaijatravels #redlipstraveldiaries #abusimbel #delta #girlswholift #girlswholiftheavy #melaninpoppin #melanin #tstmkrsafrica #freepeople #travelnoire #blackgirlmagic
  • ✨He is risen!!!! This Lenten season, which happens to coincide with the advent of a global pandemic, has been quite stressful, sad and sobering, to say the least 😕. Leaning on my faith in God, now more than ever, to protect and safe guard the health and well being of our loved ones scattered around the world, to heal our brothers and sisters who are in need of healing, and to provide for all our needs during these times. If there’s one thing I’m comforted by, it is the knowledge that this too shall pass, for- “weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning!” Happy Easter to you and yours 🌞.
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    Pictured: A visit to Abu Simbel Temple in Aswan, Egypt (October 2019), one of my favorite trips to date. The temple was built by Ramses II over 4,000 years ago and dedicated both to him and his favorite queen, his 42nd wife from the kingdom of Kush, sometimes referred to as Nubia, Queen Nefertari (not to be confused with Nefertiti). Ramses II is undoubtedly one of the most famous pharaohs of ancient Egypt. The symbolism and lore behind what inspired this temple are just astounding! I love history and architecture, so this trip was a dream come true.
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    One of these days I’ll get around to posting highlights on my actual page, but in the meantime, if you’re interested in learning more about the temple and ancient Egyptian history, head over to my saved stories for more detailed highlights. Story headings: Egypt I, II & III🇪🇬.
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    #skymileslife #egypt #godsofegypt #aswan #shetravelsluxe #travelisthenewclub #naijagirlskillingit #melaninpoppin #igbokwenu #bellanaijatravels #redlipstraveldiaries #abusimbel #delta #girlswholift #girlswholiftheavy #melaninpoppin #melanin #tstmkrsafrica #freepeople #travelnoire #blackgirlmagic

  •  148  9  12 April, 2020
  • Unknown Meanings.

The pyramids of Egypt have been a feature on Earth’s surface for thousands of years. They are still a talking point of millions of people but the reason for their construction is still a hotly debated subject. The ultimate question still remains - Why?

Generally speaking, the most accepted reason why these monumental structures were built was for a singular purpose - Tombs.

But ever since Egyptology sprang into life there has always been a counter argument. No mummies have ever been found inside. Not one. So how could they be tombs?

There aren’t any hieroglyphs either. Usually, Egyptian tombs were adorned top to bottom in hieroglyphs, paint, inscriptions, cartouches and funerary texts. But the great pyramids are bare.

If the tomb theory is true, it could be that adorning walls with hieroglyphs and inscriptions at that time just wasn’t fashionable. But it begs the question - Why didn’t later generations decorate the inside walls with hieroglyphs? Why didn’t later pharaohs leave their cartouches inside? These are questions that have bothered scholars for hundreds of years.

Other hypotheses for their construction include, ancestor worship - like the megalithic structures on Easter Island, the pyramids were built in correlation to the constellation of Orion, a huge granary used for making and storing huge amounts of food and even the idea that they were ancient power plants.

What do you think?
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#ancientegypt #ancient #history #ancienthistory #egypt #egyptian #egyptianmuseum #myegypt #king #statue #hatshepsut #karnak #temple #art #artwork #religion #pharoah #classics #fact #eastern #abusimbel #travel #knowledge #god #discoveregypt #tutankhamun #osiris #egyptology #archaeology #anubis
  • Unknown Meanings.

    The pyramids of Egypt have been a feature on Earth’s surface for thousands of years. They are still a talking point of millions of people but the reason for their construction is still a hotly debated subject. The ultimate question still remains - Why?

    Generally speaking, the most accepted reason why these monumental structures were built was for a singular purpose - Tombs.

    But ever since Egyptology sprang into life there has always been a counter argument. No mummies have ever been found inside. Not one. So how could they be tombs?

    There aren’t any hieroglyphs either. Usually, Egyptian tombs were adorned top to bottom in hieroglyphs, paint, inscriptions, cartouches and funerary texts. But the great pyramids are bare.

    If the tomb theory is true, it could be that adorning walls with hieroglyphs and inscriptions at that time just wasn’t fashionable. But it begs the question - Why didn’t later generations decorate the inside walls with hieroglyphs? Why didn’t later pharaohs leave their cartouches inside? These are questions that have bothered scholars for hundreds of years.

    Other hypotheses for their construction include, ancestor worship - like the megalithic structures on Easter Island, the pyramids were built in correlation to the constellation of Orion, a huge granary used for making and storing huge amounts of food and even the idea that they were ancient power plants.

    What do you think?
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    #ancientegypt #ancient #history #ancienthistory #egypt #egyptian #egyptianmuseum #myegypt #king #statue #hatshepsut #karnak #temple #art #artwork #religion #pharoah #classics #fact #eastern #abusimbel #travel #knowledge #god #discoveregypt #tutankhamun #osiris #egyptology #archaeology #anubis

  •  5,158  41  22 May, 2020