Menepta inherited the throne from his father Ramses II and ruled Egypt for 10 years. In the 19th century, people found Israeli steles in this temple
Very few tourists, chartered to go. Menepta inherited the throne from his father Ramses II and ruled Egypt for 10 years. In the 19th century, people discovered the Israeli stele (now in the Egyptian Museum) in this temple. The Menepta Temple is almost behind the Amenhotep Temple. This may be convenient for local materials because of this. Many of the statues in this temple were directly moved by Menepta from the temple of Amenhotep. There are two exhibition halls in the center of the temple. The reliefs in the hall tell the scene of Menepta standing on the gate of the tower with the gods.
The temple commemorates Menepta, who reigned for only ten years, and successfully resisted foreign invasions and suppressed the rebellion. His achievements were engraved with an inscription to show his respect
The reliefs on this temple are very beautiful. This is a worthy place for this site. The temple is not very eye-catching, but it is well preserved
Feeling general, go along, before Pharaoh said that he is God's spokesperson, this is the same as God.