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Philae, the Last Temples of Ancient Egypt - © INA - Maxime Aliouat

Philae, the Last Temples of Ancient Egypt

A Programme by Benoît Poisson

Produced by Institut National de l'Audiovisuel (INA)

Format de programme : One-off

Production year : 2022


    Today, in Egypt, the temples of Philae stand out as one of the most iconic attractions of the Ptolemaic era. Philae was the last stronghold of the ancient Egyptian religion. Located on the island of Aguilkia, the sanctuary was initially on the island of Philae, which is now underwater. Like Abu Simbel, Philae was the subject of an unusual and titanic archaeological rescue operation: dismantled piece by piece and rebuilt exactly as it was before on another island.

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    Documentary, Auteur documentary

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    52 min

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