'In totality, for a great number of colonies the Egyptians say that their ancestors sent in many parts of the inhabited world because of the excellence of the kings and the overwhelming human population. In defence of these, they brought neither an accurate proof nor a reliable writer manifesting it, therefore, we did not judge that these were worth of recording.' From Diodoros' of Sicily Library of History. Book 1:9(5-6).
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Photo taken in El-Karnak El-Gadid, Luxor, Egypt
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