New Discovery Uncovers Remains of Khnum Temple Near Esna Temple in Lu
The team uncovered artefacts from across multiple eras of Egyptian history.
A series of new discoveries was made near the remains of the Temple of Khnum in Esna, a town in the south of Luxor. Built by Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius, the Temple of Khnum is situated behind the Temple of Esna, and has been a site for archaeological excavations and restoration over the past few months.
The archaeological team uncovered artefacts from across multiple eras of Egyptian history, including a weaponry storage unit dating to the reign of Muhammad Ali built from red bricks and limestone, and a Roman bath house built with water heating and cooling technology.
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