The ruins of an Egyptian temple dedicated to God Amon at the foot of Jebel Barkal Mountain. The Egyptian New Kingdom (1521-1075 BC) regarded Jebel Barkal as a holy mountain, the seat of God Amon, and built several temples there. The Black Pharaoh Taharqa subsequently extended this temple. Amon was revered in both Egypt and the Kingdom of Cush as king of the Gods.
Credit: John Warburton Lee
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