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Historical Markers and War Memorials in Egypt
By Richard E. Miller, May 27, 2011
Pompey's Pillar historical panels - in display cabinets, upper middle.
| Pompey’s Pillar is one of the most famous glories of Alexandria. It has been estimated that this pillar was in the middle of a portico containing some 400 columns. The Arabs called it “Amoud el-Sawari”, Column of the Horsemen. The . . . — — Map (db m59921) HM|
|These two obelisques were erected by Hatshepsut in the Hypostyle Hall of her father Tuthmosis I.
They were both cut out of red granite quarries at Aswan. According to the text which is covering the obelisques the whole job took 7 months. — — Map (db m106725) HM|
| The Great Conqueror who ruled Egypt from 1504 to 1450 B.C. It contains inscriptions from the book What is in the Hereafter.
• Stairs and corridors
• Well for deluding the thieves
• Chamber with two columns
• Stairs leading to the . . . — — Map (db m132514) HM|