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Ramesses II temple Ramesses II temple
Photo by Raymon Kondos © 2009 Your Egypt


The temple was erected by Ramesses II some 300 meters (985 ft) to the north west of Seti I temple. It is

   
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smaller and is now unfortunately in ruins but it still retains part of the beautiful colored reliefs.

The temple has a main court and two halls that have chapels attached to them.

The chapels are of course dedicated to different deities including MinWho is this deity?, OsirisWho is this deity?, ThothWho is this deity?, Seti I and Ramesses II himself.

       
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