A group of the image of the Deir el-Bahari area Which10/30/2021, 6:38:39 AM
A group of the image of the Deir el-Bahari area Which contains a number of temples, including: - - Including the Temple of Mentuhotep II of the Eleventh Dynasty, where he ordered the construction of a temple near his tomb. The road leading to his cemetery was surrounded on both sides by colorful stone statues of him, and in the vicinity of the temple he designated cemeteries for his wives, army commanders and close nobles. The temple of Mentuhotep is distinguished in its unique design, and at the same time it was the first temple to be built on the west bank of Thebes during the Middle Egyptian state. Hatshepsut Temple :- The Temple of Hatshepsut was established during the Eighteenth Dynasty next to the Temple of Mentuhotep, it is distinguished by its large and still dazzles visitors with its beauty and unique design, as it differs from the temples that were built in Thebes on the eastern bank of the Nile. During the beginning of Christianity, the Copts established a monastery of worship on the Temple of Hatshepsut. The monastery lasted until the eleventh century. In the nineteenth century, the archaeologists, "Auguste Merit" and "Edward Navi", found the remains of the monastery. And they worked to remove the ruins of the monastery to see the temple ruins underneath. Navi wrote his work extensively in seven books under the title: "The Temple of Deir al-Bahari" during the years. Temple of Thutmose III: - In addition to what Tuthmosis the Third built after his succession of Hatshepsut, from the temple of "Brother Mnu" at Karnak, and the temple of "Hanket Ankh" (north of the Ramesseum), Thutmose III built a temple over the stall of Hattur in Deir el-Bahri during the last years of his rule. In Deir el-Bahari. TT 353 Cemetery It is 97 meters long and 42 meters deep. This temple is located between the Temple of Hatshepsut and the Temple of Mentuhotep II in their background, and it is much smaller than them. Currently, there will be few remnants of it. This temple was built on a high plateau compared to the other two temples, as there was no place between them to build his temple. According to the design of the temple of Thutmose III .