A series of discoveries at the foot of Egypt's famous Temple of Amun at Karnak have led archaeologists to believe that the river Nile once flowed near the temple.
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The Nile once flowed near Karnak
The Nile once flowed near Karnak
The Nile once flowed near Karnak

A series of discoveries at the foot of Egypt's famous Temple of Amun at Karnak have led archaeologists to believe that the river Nile once flowed near the temple.

A series of discoveries at the foot of Egypt's famous Temple of Amun at Karnak have led archaeologists to believe that the river Nile once flowed near the temple.

The discoveries include ancient ceremonial baths, a pharaoh's private entry ramp, and the remains of a massive wall built some 3,000 years ago that reinforce what was then the bank of the Nile River.

A host of other artifacts, including hundreds of bronze coins, have also been discovered. All these discoveries are causing experts to reconsider the history of the largest religious complex from ancient Egyptian times.

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