Ḩawshat al Ma‘ābidah

Irrigated Field , Asyut

Egypt

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Ḩawshat al Ma‘ābidah is a irrigated field in Asyut, Egypt. It has an elevation of 47 meters above sea level. It is also known as Hawshat al Ma`abidah, Hoshet el Ma`abda, Ḥoshet el Ma‘âbda, Ḩawshat al Ma‘ābidah. Information correct as at Thursday 19th January 2012.

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#BelovedEgypt - Ancient Asyut was the capital of the Thirteenth Nome of Upper Egypt (Lycopolites Nome) around 3100 BC. It was located on the western bank of the Nile. The two most prominent gods of the Ancient Egyptian Asyut were Anubis and Wepwawet, both
#BelovedEgypt - Ancient Asyut was the capital of the Thirteenth Nome of Upper Egypt (Lycopolites Nome) around 3100 BC. It was located on the western bank of the Nile. The two most prominent gods of the Ancient Egyptian Asyut were Anubis and Wepwawet, both
CO 1069-185-346 <b>Description:</b> Mile 407. View of Lake Elementeita from Caravan Road.

<b>Location:</b> Caravan Road

<b>Description:</b> Mile 407. Caravan Road down to Lake Elementeita (Lake Elementeita is not visible from the Railway)

<b>Location:</b> Caravan Road

<b>Our Catalogue Reference:</b> Part of CO 1069/185

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CO 1069-185-346
Description: Mile 407. View of Lake Elementeita from Caravan Road. Location: Caravan Road Description: Mile 407. Caravan Road down to Lake Elementeita (Lake Elementeita is not visible from the Railway) Location: Caravan Road Our Catalogue Reference: Part of CO 1069/185 This image is part of the Colonial Office photographic collection held at The National Archives, uploaded as part of the Africa Through a Lens project. Feel free to share it within the spirit of the Commons. Our records about many of these images are limited. If you have more information about the people, places or events shown in an image, please use the comments section below. We have attempted to provide place information for the images automatically but our software may not have found the correct location. Alternatively you could use the Suggestify tool to suggest the location of a picture. For high quality reproductions of any item from our collection please contact our image library
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Tomb of Djefai-Hapy, Asyut This is the largest private tomb in Egypt.
Tomb of Djefai-Hapy, Asyut
This is the largest private tomb in Egypt.
Asyut tomb owls Both in real life and drawn.
Asyut tomb owls
Both in real life and drawn.
Tomb IV of Khety II, Asyut
Tomb IV of Khety II, Asyut
Tomb IV of Khety II, Asyut
Tomb IV of Khety II, Asyut
Tombs at Meir
Tombs at Meir
Tomb of Pepy-Ankh and Ny-Ankh Pepy at Meir Macquarie University's Professor Naguib Kanawati expounds on the story behind the tomb.
Tomb of Pepy-Ankh and Ny-Ankh Pepy at Meir
Macquarie University's Professor Naguib Kanawati expounds on the story behind the tomb.
Tomb of Pepy-Ankh and Ny-Ankh Pepy at Meir Macquarie University's Professor Naguib Kanawati expounds on the story behind the tomb.
Tomb of Pepy-Ankh and Ny-Ankh Pepy at Meir
Macquarie University's Professor Naguib Kanawati expounds on the story behind the tomb.
Tomb of Pepy-Ankh and Ny-Ankh Pepy at Meir Macquarie University's Professor Naguib Kanawati expounds on the story behind this tomb.
Tomb of Pepy-Ankh and Ny-Ankh Pepy at Meir
Macquarie University's Professor Naguib Kanawati expounds on the story behind this tomb.
Victor Sanua's aunt, Renee in Assiout, Upper Egypt 1927 photo courtesy of Victor Sanua
Victor Sanua's aunt, Renee in Assiout, Upper Egypt 1927
photo courtesy of Victor Sanua
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