4,200-Year-Old Egyptian Temple Discovered to Have Remarkably Well Preserved Artwork

There are multiple temples across Egypt that is known for the rich splendor and underlying significance. One such temple that is that is highly popular is the Temple of Hathor, which was built back in 2,500 BC and has still stood the stands of time without showing any signs of degradation. It is a temple that lies inside the Dendera Temple Complex and the way in which it has been preserved is truly marvelous.

It faces the River Nile, which was a classic as per Egyptians and it comprises of stunning artwork that depicts Cleopatra and her son along with Julius Caeser: the father. This temple was built as a temple to the goddess Hathor, who is personified for feminine love, motherhood and healing. There are columns that are carved to bear the face of the goddess and the cow horns show the proximity to the bear.

The ceiling of the temple by itself is stunning and it dates back to soot that was built centuries ago in an Arab camp that was located inside the temple. There are zodiac signs and astrological charts within the temple and the opulence inside will leave any visitor spellbound.

4,200-Year-Old Egyptian Temple

4,200-Year-Old Egyptian Temple

4,200-Year-Old Egyptian Temple

4,200-Year-Old Egyptian Temple

Here are a few images of the Temple during the soot removal, revealing the before & after difference:

4,200-Year-Old Egyptian Temple Image via nosegraze

4,200-Year-Old Egyptian Temple Image via Robert of Arabia

4,200-Year-Old Egyptian Temple Image via Robert of Arabia

via: mymodernmet

4,200-Year-Old Egyptian Temple

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