Greco-Roman temple ruins found in Egypt Super Wow Pink Granite Pillar

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Found “The Ruins of the Temple of Zeus” – Xinhua reported that the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities announced that the Egyptian archaeologists unearthed Ruins of the temple of the god Zeus That is ancient from the Greco-Roman period. The site of the archaeological excavation site in Tell el-Farama, North Sinai Governorate.

Mustafa Waziri, secretary-general of the Egyptian Supreme Council for Antiquities It states that archaeologists found the temple’s location after excavating the remains of a large door. The gate consists of two pink granite columns, each approximately 8 meters long and 1 meter thick, and a granite lintel mounted on top of the door.

meanwhile Mr. Aiman ​​Ashmawi Head of the Egyptian Antiquities Department of the Supreme Council It states that the temple was built of mud bricks on a raised platform. It is estimated that it was built in the Greco-Roman period in Egypt from about 332 BC to 395 BC, which was the end of the Persian Empire’s Egyptian rule.

Found

In a statement, the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities said that an Egyptian archaeological mission unearthed the remains of a temple for Zeus at the site of Tell el-Farama in North Sinai. (Xinhua)

Greco-Roman period in Egypt  Super Wow Pink Granite Pillar

The gate consisted of two pink granite columns, each about 8 meters long and 1 meter thick, in addition to a granite lintel that was installed at the top of the gate, Waziri added. (Xinhua)

Found

Meanwhile, the head of the Egyptian Antiquities Sector at the Supreme Council of Antiquities, Ayman Ashmawy, said the temple was built of mud bricks on a raised platform. The Greco-Roman Period in Egypt (332 BC -395 AD) marks the end of Persian rule over Egypt. (Xinhua)

Found

Undated photo shows the archaeological site of a Greco-Roman temple in North Sinai, Egypt. Egypt announced on Monday the discovery of the remains of a Greco-Roman temple in North Sinai, northeast of the capital Cairo. (Xinhua)

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