The Kiosk of Trajan, Philae, Egypt. Built in c105 AD, the building known as Trajan's Kiosk contains reliefs depicting the Roman Emperor Trajan (53-117) making offerings to the Egyptian gods Osiris, Isis and Horus. After damage caused by flooding after the construction of the Aswan Dam, the temple complex of Philae was moved, piece by piece, to the nearby island of Agilkai in 1977-1980.
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