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Temple dedicated to Imhotep at Philae
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Temple dedicated to Imhotep at Philae
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Facade of the temple dedicated to Imhotep within the temple complex at Philae, south of the Aswan dam. The site was first developed during the Late Period (713-332 BCE) but much of the building is Ptolemaic and early Roman (332 BCE - CE 395). In fact the island of Philae was submerged by the building of the Aswan High Dam in 1964 so the temples were dismantled and re-erected on the nearby island of Agilkia. Photograph taken in 1989.
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Image and original data from Wellcome Collection
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