» Main view of the central island with canal and internal lake.
» In the western part of the island, an alley is suggested, that led from the south to the north.
» The stables were situated on the banks of a canal. It is suggested, that the stables could hold up to 480 horses at a time.
» The main hall of the stables were decorated with palm columns.
» In the north, a massive temple was detected by prospection.
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About the project Qantir/Pi-Ramesse (House of Ramses) is situated in the Nile-Delta of Egypt, about 120 km northeast of Cairo. The city was founded by Ramesses II. in the 13th century BCE and was since then his main residence. It is structured by monumental palace and temple buildings and was the seat of the royal […]