Elephantine-Island

Elephantine-Island

It is known in ancient Egyptian texts as the "elephant" and in Greek it

 became two thousand, perhaps because it is the center of the Sin of the Elephant. It covers an area of 50 acres. The most famous are the Amenovis III Temple, Alexander the Great Gate, the Nile Scale, Aswan Well and the Aswan Museum, The Greek and Roman Ages, the Temple of Khenom, the Trinity of Satat and Anqat, the Temple of the Holy Ram, the Gate of King Amenhotep II, the Temple of Later in the Second Temple Period, and the Church of the 6th Century.