Horus

Horus

The temple of Ptolemy, which dates back to the Ptolemaic era, is largely preserved in

 its original form and is the second largest temple in Egypt. It is noteworthy that this temple, as the second after the Karnak temple in size, represents one of the last attempts by the Ptolemaic rulers to build temples in the style of the temples of their ancestors in terms of form and luxury. The construction of this temple took about 180 years. The hieroglyphic writings, which retained their original form, shed light on the rituals of the worship of Horus and the temples in which these rituals were performed. It is said that the temple building was built where the great battle took place between the god Horus and the god St