Black diggers have found the temple of the Pharaoh
Residents of Cairo have discovered the temple of the era of Thutmose III during the illegal excavations. According to preliminary data, the monument several thousand years.
Black diggers looking for ancient values in the Egyptian city of El-Badrashin. Residents of Cairo during the illegal excavation made a discovery. They found an ancient temple . which Egyptian Ministry of antiquities and cultural heritage has subsidized approximately XV century BC . Experts said that the historical object for more than three thousand years.
The representative of the Egyptian Ministry of culture Mamdouh al-Damati told the details of a landmark for the world’s archaeologists finds. According to him, seven residents of the city 40 kilometers South of Cairo, and penetrated nine feet into the ground . came across a tank of water. Then, using the equipment for diving, examined him and discovered an ancient temple, according to TASS.
According to the laws of the state, unauthorized excavations prosecuted, in connection with which the diggers were arrested. But then they were released because the area where the incident occurred, still were not historically significant. Now in this place excavations were addressed to the Ministry of antiquities and cultural heritage.
In riopaila, who previously were not interested in hunter for antiquities, were found seven stone slabs, several bases of columns and the statue of pink granite. Al-Damati explained that this is all that remains of the temple. According to him, plans to significantly expand the area of excavation to find other historical objects.
Note that the temple belongs to the era of Thutmose III, who ruled in the XV century BC. Pharaoh became famous as an indefatigable warrior, historians compare him with Alexander the great and called the Napoleon of the Ancient world. After 54 years of reign, he made many campaigns against the Northern and southern neighbors. Ownership of Thutmose III stretched from Cyprus in the North and the Euphrates in the northeast to the fifth threshold of the Nile in the South and the oases in the Libyan desert in the West.
He also became famous for having launched an extensive construction, including outside of Egypt, Syria, Palestine and Nubia. The construction of the temples, primarily the glorification of Pharaoh himself, was the glory and grandeur of the God Amun. When Thutmose III at Heliopolis was erected two large obelisk – a so-called Needle of Cleopatra.