Museum of the Goddess of Love at the Pharaohs Temple of Dendera

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" Hathor"[edit]

The Dendara[1] Temple in Qena witnessed the establishment of an open museum for a number of statues of the goddess Hathor "Hator", the ancient Egyptian deities of love, the sky, beauty and motherhood.

The historical backdrop of the Dendara Temple in Qena goes back to the pre-dynastic time. As indicated by antiquarians, it saw numerous advancements in all the various periods of Egypt until its development was totally finished in the Ptolemaic time, and it was portrayed as a gathering of sanctuaries and not a solitary sanctuary. Fastidious for its excellent designs.

In present day times, and at the hour of the unearthing of the sanctuary, the sanctuary was shrouded with sand practically fifty-fifty, and he was the person who safeguarded the drawings on the dividers of the sanctuary, just as protected them from plundering, and the second story rooms in the sanctuary were discovered frequented, and individuals lived in them for extensive stretches, and they lit fire for their food and warming And they were searching for bat dum to be utilized in manure, and various heads and pastors of Egypt and presidents and rulers of the world nations, for example, Queen Eugenie visited him at the hour of the festival of the launch of the Suez Canal in 1869 AD, and the worldwide exhibition halls contain numerous archeological models of the antiquated sanctuary.

Abdel Hakim Al-Saghir, head of the Dandara sanctuary, said to the "Al-Ahram Gate", that the sanctuary was visited for the current year 2018 AD by around 45 thousand unfamiliar sightseers of various far off identities, while around 21 thousand Egyptians visited it, where the sanctuary is depicted as the product of the Egyptian relics due to the great drawings it contains. Sightseers and guests unexpectedly The open historical center of the sanctuary after the French mission removed it from the exhibition hall store and showed it all through the sanctuary.

What's more, "Al-Saghir" added, "The sanctuary is portrayed by lovely artworks and engravings, and drawings from the time of joblessness. There are sculptures of Cleopatra and there are additionally on the inward dividers of the sanctuary. The "Heavenly Rose" and great perspectives on the divine beings "Hathor" and a cellar containing numerous wonderful drawings.

The cellar of the Temple of Dendara was connected to the legend that spread years back on informal communication destinations, which is a "fantasy" affirming that the pharaohs found power, knew electric lights and utilized them, in view of perusing the drawings of a segment called "the granddad" situated toward the finish of one of the storm cellars in the Temple[2] of Dendera, which incorporates 13 cellars.

Al-Sagheer clarifies that the French mission working in the sanctuary was convinced to show a few sculptures that were found since the period of the English paleontologist Petrie, who visited the governorate of Qena in 1893 AD toward the finish of the nineteenth century, where he unearthed the sanctuaries of Qift and the sanctuary of Dendara west of Qena, adding that they were shown. Likewise found sculptures that have been put in the Makhzen Museum since the disclosure and reclamation of the sanctuary started in 1875 by "Johannes Domchen", who found the sanctuary.

It is important that the French mission, which works in the sanctuaries of Qift and Dendera, was capable a year ago 2017 AD to reveal numerous revelations, regardless of whether in the sanctuaries of Qaft or Dendera, which has a worldwide acclaim everywhere on the world, and it is additionally doing unearthings, which are unearthings that arrived at numerous bits of earthenware, which speak to The verifiable periods that passed on the sanctuary, just as the mission's disclosure of the sculpture of the cleric's worker in the sanctuary, where the found relics were recorded, a number was given to them, and they were set in the Makhzen Museum to do archeological examinations on them.

References[edit]

  1. "متحف آلهة الحب عند الفراعنة بمعبد دندرة.. هذه قصته| صور". بوابة الأهرام. Retrieved 2020-12-26.
  2. "Temple of Hathor : Goddess of Feminine Love and Motherhood". Ankh ☥. 2020-11-13. Retrieved 2020-12-26.

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https://theankh.net/egypt-destinations/qena/temple-of-hathor-dandera/

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