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Hierakonpolis, New Kingdom (about 1550-1069 BC)

The architectural structures of the New Kingdom had already been extensively destroyed by the time the first excavators came to Hierakonpolis. Single finds, such as high quality sculpture, and the foundation deposits demonstrate that the temple was still very important at that time.

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UC 14880
UC 15105

Foundation deposit objects with the names of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III

UC 16248
(Thutmose III)
UC 8532 (Hatshepsut)


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