Egypt-Kemet

The Rockcut Temple originally built by Rameses II, restored by Ptolemies VIII-X. The steps leading up to it and the courtyard have been restored in modern times.


The remains of a rock stele of Rameses II worshipping Re- Harakhte and Nekhbet are at the Courtyard.


Beside the doorway remains of Ptolemeic Reliefs:

The decoration inside consists of a series of Hathor Heads altennating with the Cartouches of the Pharaoh. The Temple was never finished, as can be seen from the uncompleted ceiling pattern of Vultures with spread wings.

Beside the Temple are remains of other buildings and in the front the Chapel of Toth.