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Kalabsha Temple originally built at Kalabsha was moved to its present location at New Kalabsha (Chellal) in 1970, together with other monuments from Nubia, this sandstone edifice was built by the Roman Emperor Octavius Augustus (30 to 14 BC) and dedicated to the fertility and Nubian Solar deity known as Mandulis, It was the largest free-standing temple of Egyptian Nubia and the design of Kalabsha Temple is classical for the Ptolemaic period with pylons, courtyard, hypostyle hall and three room sanctuary. However, the Pylon is offset, which creates a trapezoid in the courtyard beyond. It was built on the site of an earlier structure built by Ptolemy IX as evidenced by a chapel IWNTA - SIGHTSEEING - Aswan - Kalabsha Temple
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