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    EGYPT: December - 2012.
    Dendera. The Temple of Hat-Hor.




    Serapeum - is underground structure, dug deep in the limestone rock. It was discovered in 1851 by French Egyptologist Auguste Mariette. Until 2012, the Serapeum was closed to the public. After extensive restoration work the Ministry of Antiquities have finally opened the door to the mysterious underground galleries.


    Views: 696 | Added by: 7th_Guest | Date: 05.07.2013


    EGYPT: December - 2012.
    Dendera. The Temple of Hat-Hor.




    Dendera, the Temple of Isis, the House of Horus (translated from the ancient Egyptian as the Hat-Hor). Each visit here gives more and more food for reflections and arises new questions to discover, forcing us back here again and again.



    Views: 420 | Added by: 7th_Guest | Date: 03.07.2013


    EGYPT: December - 2012.
    Luxor and Surroundings.




    Views: 355 | Added by: 7th_Guest | Date: 01.07.2013


    EGYPT: December - 2012.
    West Thebes. Ramesseum.




    In this brief photo-report we shall stay only on two high-technology points, found in thie place: close-ups of inscriptions on the granite and removable crown of the statue.


    Views: 386 | Added by: 7th_Guest | Date: 01.07.2013


    EGYPT: December - 2012.
    Esna.The Temple of Khnum.




    The city of Esna is located on the west bank of the Nile in 54 km to the south from Luxor and 49 kilometers to the north-west from Edfu. Temple of Khnum, the God-Creator, is located at the very center of the city, 10 meters below the ground level.

    Views: 522 | Added by: 7th_Guest | Date: 01.07.2013

    Views: 382 | Added by: 7th_Guest | Date: 28.06.2013


    EGYPT: December - 2012.
    Edfou.The Temple of Horus.




    Edfou Temple complex represents a great interest and requires a detailed study of each element, from the inscriptions and stone-carvings, up to the architectural roof constructions and underground crypts. To examine everything at once - was really an impossible task. Therefore, we decided to study each individual part of the building in a greater detail. Thus, during the expedition December-2012, the special attention was paid to the underground crypts.



    Views: 425 | Added by: 7th_Guest | Date: 27.06.2013


    EGYPT: December - 2012.
    The Temple of Kom-Ombo.




    The city of Kom Ombo is located on the east bank of the Nile river in 50 km to the north from the city of Aswan. Most part of the ancient ruins here is buried by sand. The ruins of the temple have been excavated and partially restored in 1893 by the the Egyptian Service of Antiquities, under the direction of French archaeologist - Jacques de Morgan.

    Views: 435 | Added by: 7th_Guest | Date: 27.06.2013


    EGYPT: December - 2012.
    DAHSHUR:
    Bent Pyramid of Sneferu. Into the Bent.




    The story of Pyramid's name is covered by the mystery of thousands of years, as well as the original purpose of it. Relying on the schemes and drawings of the first researchers of the Bent Pyramid (John Perring, Ahmed Fakhry, and Hassan Mustafa), we entered it's internal structure to show you what has been hidden behind the iron door of the North Descending Passage.

    Views: 568 | Added by: 7th_Guest | Date: 26.06.2013


    EGYPT.

    Bent Pyramid Complex. Facts, ideas, hypotheses.



     "... Pyramids of Giza are well known and measured far and wide. The great amount of literature is dedicated to them. You can easily find photo- and video-filming of their interiors in the ‘world web’. Moreover, almost all pyramids have free public access; therefore any volunteer can find enough information or visit pyramids personally. However, the abovesaid doesn’t concern to the Bent Pyramid that is rightly considered to be the most unexplored and mysterious one among the great pyramids of Egypt."
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    Views: 419 | Added by: avalon | Date: 06.05.2013

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