Temple of Khnum, Esna Photos
The Temple of Khnum, (18th dynasty, 80-45 BCE), located in Esna, is dedicated to the ram-headed creator God, Much later the Romans (40-250 CE) added the hypostyle hall with its well-preserved carvings.
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|Temple of Khnum, the ram-headed god (Ptolemaic & Roman period) in Esna. Egypt.||Menheyet the lion-headed goddess & hieroglyphs in Temple of Khnum in Esna. Egypt.||Carved hieroglyphs in Temple of Khnum in Esna. Egypt.||Carved scenes on walls inside Temple of Khnum in Esna. Egypt.|
|Original two millennia old painted columns at Temple of Khnum in Esna. Egypt.|
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