Walled city of El Kab seen from a door of a tomb in the cliffs Egypt That sombre grey wall beginning on the left and extending as far as the eye can follow on the right is the fortified wall of the city known to the ancient Egyptians as Nekhan It is the only city wall practically intact which has survived from such a remote age in any century for it was erected at least in the days of Abraham not less than two thousand years before Christ and possibly much earlier Stereoscopic card Detail From a series called Egypt Through the Stereoscope text by James H Breasted
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