Desert and Quarries Asouan with the Island of Elephantine Egypt th century Situated in the River Nile on the border of Egypt and Nubia Elephantine known to the Ancient Egyptians as Abu or Yebu was said to be the home of the ramheaded god of the cataracts Khnum A temple dedicated to him is said to have been built on the island as early as the rd dynasty th century BC From the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum London
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