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Mohamed T
El Cairo, Egipto145 contribuciones
jul de 2022 • Amigos
What an amazing unknown treasure in Minya. The magnitude of nearly what had been discovered till now 1100 tunnels totaling 4 KM full of mummies of animals, and humans all done in the B.C. Era is simply unbelievable and un human. Simple majestic. The stories there of princess isadora is heartbreaking
A must see and visit
Escrita el 24 de julio de 2022
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Catherine S
Bolton, UK10.353 contribuciones
nov de 2019 • Parejas
First we visited the tomb of Petosoris a high priest of Thot who lived around 300BC. The wall paintings are a mix of style from the old kingdom and Greek style.

The Tomb of Isidore dates to the second century AD with little decoration but with the mummy of Isidore on display. who apparently drowned while crossing the river to visit her fiancée, or so the story goes.

Crossing the sand to the catacombs our guide pointed out many pieces of pots which he said are pharonic artefacts......
The visit to the catacombs starts in the small room where the mummification of the sacred birds and animals took place, the heavy odour in there certainly wasn’t of the perfumes used in the process!
Proceeding down the steps we entered the underground catacombs. Firstly, was the most important find made here, the complete mummy of a baboon. We had seen this on Bethany Hughes documentary on Egypt before we left so it was fascinating to see it close up. There were a number of long corridors with compartments for the mummified remains to be stored, some small, and the guardian brought what he told us was a mummified ibis bird. Some large for buffalo although how they got them down I’m not too sure. There was also many remains of the pots which must have contained the plentiful supplies for the next life.
Escrita el 11 de noviembre de 2019
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Wansbrough2012
Weston super Mare, UK957 contribuciones
abr de 2019 • Parejas
Visited as part of a day tour from a Nile cruise. Quite a remarkable site with all its tombs. We definitely benefited from having a guide who was able to explain much of what we were seeing.
Escrita el 16 de junio de 2019
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Dina Nashed Abdelmessih
El Cairo, Egipto35 contribuciones
abr de 2019 • Negocios
Impressive small but very special temple, with the vivid pharaonic carvings and colors on the walls... proud of my great , rich in history home country , Egypt
I encourage everyone to come, bring their families , especially the young generation, to see our great ancestors, the Pharos, how they excelled in every way .
Escrita el 9 de abril de 2019
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Stefan G
Heitenried, Suiza70 contribuciones
sept de 2018 • Amigos
Die unterirdische Tiernekropole ist sehr beeindruckend. Hier wurden tausende Tiere für Zeremonien gezüchtet.
Auch die Tempelanlage ist gut erhalten und einen Besuch wert.
Escrita el 2 de octubre de 2018
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Kurt H
Offenbach, Alemania166 contribuciones
feb de 2018 • En solitario
Sehenswerte Tempelanlage mit grichisch-römischen Grabbauten. Umgeben von der Wüste...Grab des Petosiris
Escrita el 30 de abril de 2018
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johnbarbaram2016
59 contribuciones
mar de 2018 • Parejas
Long trip in middle Egypt, but the painted scenes were well preserved. I believe most people would benefit having a knowledgeable guide. Scenes of the nobles and the local people. The surprise was the numerous animal catacombs next to the tombs with burials of birds and baboons. Modestly well lighted, safe with armed guards. We were the only foreigners that day. There were many animal mummy stone boxes and clay pots. One priest mummy is still buried in a large carves limestone tomb. On leaving, there is a really fantastic Stellae of Akhenaton, wife and two children.
Escrita el 8 de marzo de 2018
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Ashraf S
69 contribuciones
feb de 2018
Scenery with colorful painting on the facade of the temple and in the 2 internal rooms, scenery of the daily life of the deceased Chief Priest, a Scarabe to guard the tomb from eventual THieves, the Tree of Life, the removalof Internal organs the 12 daily hours represented by babouns/Monkeys and the 12 night hours represented by Cobras, many beautiful sceneries worth an hour visit.

Recommended on a Week day and away from school holidays as it is a local favorite attraction and gets overly crowded with visitors willing to enjoy the open space more than the historical sites.

A Must see though is the Boundary Stelae outside the site's boundaries, acessable through stairs (Not too many) but not visited by visitors, showing an exceptionally maintained wall with Akhenaton and his famous wife Nefertiti worshipping the Sun Aton. All other sculptures of Akhenaton were destroyed by the Luxor Chief priests of Amon to get their revenge from this King who neglected their God. Beautiful Mural.
Escrita el 5 de febrero de 2018
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IlfaraoneGalal555
Luxor, Egipto53 contribuciones
nov de 2017 • Negocios
Ci sono due tombe visitabile tomba di petosirs sommo sacerdote di Thot e tomba di Isadora ., puoi anche visitare il serapium che Usavano per seppellire mummie dei animali .
Escrita el 18 de noviembre de 2017
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Biancasec
Cairo30 contribuciones
mar de 2017 • En solitario
I came on a day of terrible sand storm, so could not see much of the surrounding area. However, I was totally struck by the beauty of the scenes and reliefs in the Tomb of Petosiris. The reliefs in the pronaos is a distinct mix if typical Egyptian scenes (e.g. wine making, agriculture, etc) scenes but in greek style (e.g. clothing of the persons depicted). Very interesting and absolutely beautiful!
The tomb of Isadora is quite bare but, her mummy still inside the tomb gives it a special atmosphere.
I was not well informed about the site prior to the visit, so the catacombs were really impressive. The tunnels are well lit and very interesting to explore. Tons of broken pottery is in side tunnels, which are closed or not even excavated. To sneak inside, it is advisable to bring a somewhat strong torch.
Escrita el 20 de marzo de 2017
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