- Pharaoh Hatshepsut's Deir el-Bahri
- Djeser-Djeseru, or "Sublime of the Sublimes" in the ancient Egyptian language, is part of a complex of buildings known collectively as Deir el-Bahri, Arabic for Monastery of the North.
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- Located at Deir el-Bahri, the temple is called Djeser-djeseru, which means the holy of holies.
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- Punt was a land rich in products ancient Egyptians desired such as myrrh, frankincense, woods, sweet-smelling resin, ivory, spices, gold, ebony, and aromatic trees.
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- Hatshepsut ruled for 22 years, longer than any female ruler before or after her, and left behind a remarkable record of buildings and sculptures, including her mortuary tomb Djeser-Djeseru, a marvel of architecture.
- Хатшепсут - жената фараон
- Тя избира местността Деир ел Бахри, за да издигне своя храм, наречен Djeser-Djeseru. В миналото сфинксове са ограждали пътя от река Нил до храма, а върху терасите са растели дървета мирта и са се издигали пищни фонтани. Дори днес ...
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