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The Temple of Seti I in Abydos is an ancient complex known for its detailed and well-preserved bas-reliefs. Built by Pharaoh Seti I and completed by his son Ramses II, it stands out for its L-shaped layout and the unique depiction of the “Abydos King List” – a chronological list showing cartouches of dynastic pharaohs from Menes to Ramses I. This temple not only served as a place of worship but also as a memorial temple for its builder, a tradition seen in many New Kingdom Pharaohs. It’s a captivating testament to the ancient Egyptians’ architectural prowess and their reverence for their rulers and gods.

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