Egypt : Temple of Osiris and Opet - Karnak Complex XIV

The Temple of Osiris and Opet adjoins that of .Khonsu to the south-west. It comprises a rectangular hall which has a well-preserved ceiling resting on two Hathor-decorated columns, a second small hall which is flanked by two rooms, and a sanctuary. The sanctuary has representations of King Euergetes II before various deities.

A flight of steps from the sanctuary leads to the lower chambers of the basement and the exit door, which once connected this temple with that of Khonsu .

Egypt : Temple of Osiris and Opet - Karnak Complex XIV

The Temple of Osiris and Opet adjoins that of .Khonsu to the south-west. It comprises a rectangular hall which has a well-preserved ceiling resting on two Hathor-decorated columns, a second small hall which is flanked by two rooms, and a sanctuary. The sanctuary has representations of King Euergetes II before various deities.

A flight of steps from the sanctuary leads to the lower chambers of the basement and the exit door, which once connected this temple with that of Khonsu .
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