Published January 2, 2004
by Egypt Excavation Society of Hungary .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||228|
The name Taposiris Magna denotes the name of a city as well as an Egyptian temple of the same name at the same location established by Pharaoh Ptolemy II Philadelphus between and BCE. According to Plutarch, the temple denotes the tomb of Osiris, which is the translation of the name.. After Alexander the Great conquered Egypt in BC and established his city (called Alexandro and then Location: Alexandria Governorate, Egypt. The coastal acropolis of Taposiris Magna, 45 km west of Alexandria on Egypt’s north coast, was founded by Ptolemy Philadelphos II in the early third century BC. Between and , Hungarian excavations, led by charismatic archaeologist Gyozo Vörös, revealed many of the hidden secrets of the history of this important : $ Taposiris Magna denotes the name of a city as well as a temple of the same name at the same location established by the Pharaoh Ptolemy II between and BC. According to Plutarch the temple denotes the tomb of Osiris (which is translation of the name). After Alexander conquered Egypt in BC and established his city (called Alexandro and then Alexandria) the city of Taposiris Magna. "Taposiris Magna: A Temple, Fortress, And Monastery of Egypt" by Gyozo Voros is a profusely and superbly illustrated history of archaeological discoveries conducted on the coastal acropolis of Taposiris Magna which is located some 45 km west of Alexandria on Egypt's northern coast.
Most ajándék E-BOOK minden weblátogatónknak! Letöltöm. (Egypt Excavation Society of Hungary) Könyv ISBN Státusz: Kifogyott. amikor Taposiris Magna topográfiájának ismeretében szembesíti a mozaikon látható épületeket. Taposiris temple Taposiris Magna - Wikipedia Taposiris Temple was established by Pharaoh Ptolemy II Philadelphus between and BCE. Huge slabs of limestone, extracted from ancient quarries that are now still in the city, were used to build the monument’s walls. Archaeologists in Egypt have identified an area in Taposiris Magna, around 18 miles from Alexandria, where they believe Mark Antony and Cleopatra (VII)'s bodies areAuthor: Bradley Jolly. Taposiris Magna was just another archaeological site in Northern Egypt, until a rumor arose that the famous queen Cleopatra and her lover Mark Antony may have been buried there. Abu Sir (Abusir), also known by its Roman name as Taposiris Magna, is located 45 Author: Natalia Klimczak.
Taposiris Magna is located 45 kilometers (28 miles) from Alexandria and excavations began there in Several discoveries have been made over the years: sections of the city, a huge Greco-Roman necropolis, Egyptian, Byzantine, and Roman artifacts such as coins, and a large headless granite statue possibly depicting Ptolemy IV have all been : Alicia Mcdermott. The warm and woozy world of western archaeology has been stunned by the remarkable discoveries of a criminal lawyer from the Dominican Republic: Kathleen Martinez. The mainstream malaise was disturbed when Kathleen Martinez started to excavate the Temple of Osiris at Taposiris Magna which is about 45 kilometre south west of Alexandria in Egypt. 24 nov. - Cité du delta du Nil / Nile Delta City Taposiris, Egypt Égyptologie / Egyptology Monuments, statues, reliefs, objets découverts à Taposiris Magna ou provenant de Taposiris Magna. Osiris, temple d'Osiris / Osiris Temple. Voir plus d'idées sur le 61 pins. TAPOSIRIS MAGNA (Alexandria): We will continue our tour of Egyptian mysteries to the temple of Taposiris Magna near Alexandria, where archaeologists are excavating in search for the tomb of the last Queen of Egypt – Cleopatra. Taposiris Magna used to be one of the most important temples built in the New Kingdom in honor of the goddess Isis.