The Lion Temple at Naqa. The well preserved Lion Temple in Sudan located at Naqa is one of the most beautiful, eccentric and unique temple I have ever seen in my travels. The distinctively brown in colour temple was built by King Natakamani. Known for his passion for arts, Natakamani left a number of buildings and temples. The front of this Lion Temple depicts the king and his wife Amanitore in separate scenes, holding their enemies by the hair while ready to deal a crushing blow
bring offerings of food for Nedamun to enjoy in the afterlife. From the wall paintings of the tomb of Nebamun, a wealthy accountant in the Temple of Amun at Thebes circa 1350BC. British Museum, London.
Detail from a relief. King Ramses II among the gods, the relief comes from the small temple built by King Ramses II at Abydos. In the relief Ramesses II is crowned by the goddess Nekhbet in the form of vulture. And Ramses II is introduced with the gods. 19th Dynasty, Abydos