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Ombos

(ŏm`bōs), ancient city, S Egypt, on the Nile, S of Idfu. It was strategically located on top of a hill. The city attained great importance under the Ptolemies, who built there a mighty temple complex dedicated to the crocodile-headed god Suchos and the falcon-headed Haroeris.
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Petrie initially attributed his finds at Naqada to an unknown race of First Intermediate Period invaders and only grudgingly conceded de Morgan's recognition of these remains as Predynastic.
As for bridges, El-Hagan said that they are working on the Naqada Qus axis worth EGP 1.250bn.
8.5), imagen similar y con la misma cronologia plasmada en un vaso del periodo Naqada III (Casson 1991: 3; McGrail 2009: 19).
"Tusks and Tags: between the hippopotamus and the Naqada Plant".
Bishop Pimen of Upper Egypt's Naqada and Qus villages, who is also the head of the crisis committee of the Coptic Orthodox Church, said the engineering unit of the Armed Forces has set a three-stage plan to renovate and rebuild the churches, monasteries and other institutions.
And he traces the irregular patchwork surface of a black-topped red ware Naqada beaker from Predynastic Egypt some 6,000 years old, and a contemporary hand-built tea bowl by the contemporary potter Ewen Henderson (Fig.
No confundir con la Abidos egipcia, una ciudad relacionada con la Dinastia XIX pero tambien con vestigios que se remontan al periodo Naqada I.
Construction of two administrative buildings at Farshout Workers Club & Naqada Sports Club.
The papers presented here are from a 2008 symposium held in Naqada, Egypt.
The new museum is to focus on the Naqada period, one of the world's earliest known civilisations.
Some are quite famous (such as figure 15, the Naqada II female figure in clay from the Brooklyn Museum).
In his Introduction, Dreyer points out that the findings of the royal tomb U-j shed entirely new light on the particular predynastic period, called "Naqada III".