The Temple Of Edfu

123 kilometers north of the Egyptian city of Aswan is the Temple of Edfu or the Temple of Horus, and although it was built in the era of the Ptolemies, it remains like an open book that monitors the nature of the ancient Egyptian religion that occupied the Ptolemies during centuries of rule of the country    

it was built for the worship of Horus, and is the only temple that has remained in its good condition, as wars and strife have caused its construction to continue for a whole century, the temple is 35 meters high, and on its towers Ptolemy III slays the enemies, followed by an open courtyard surrounding it Columns are on three sides  

Despite these events, there are well preserved inscriptions which provide detailed information about the language and religion during this ancient time in Egypt.