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Subak the holy crocodile in ancient Pharaonic civilization

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Seller: sabejivar_0 (10) 100%, Location: Cairo, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 142539247581 The cult of the alligator is called "god Sobek" in: 1 - Kom Ombo, where there is Temple of God Sop and God Horus. (4) 2 - Fayoum, in the city "shedyet" where it was called the city of the crocodile "crocodilpolis", and has the oldest known building belongs to the "god Sobek," was created in the time of the Twelfth Dynasty (1985 - 1795.) Ramses II (1279-1213 BC). This building flourished very much in the late Middle States when a number of rulers of the thirteenth Dynasty (1795-1650) took overEgypt White Hammer Stone Stone Istaitit Is a kind of white, usually white or gray and sometimes it is black smoke, which is a natural stone and touch like soap and was used since the era before the families and beyond to work beads and other small things that were painted with a glass Plate and the largest part of the known gaurins in the world of covered Istitet This stone is near Aswan (in the valley of Al-Hammar) and in (Mount Fattira) near the Nile Valley Condition: The cult of the alligator is called "god Sobek" in:1 - Kom Ombo, where there is Temple of God Sop and God Horus. (4)2 - Fayoum, in the city "shedyet" where it was called the city of the crocodile "crocodilpolis", and has the oldest known building belongs to the "god Sobek," was created in the time of the Twelfth Dynasty (1985 - 1795.) Ramses II (1279-1213 BC). This building flourished very much in the late Middle States when a number of rulers of the thirteenth Dynasty (1795-1650) took over, Provenance: Valley of the Queens west of Luxor, Material: White stone

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