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- Malkata (or Malqata; Arabic: الملقطة‎, lit. 'the place where things are picked up'), is the site of an Ancient Egyptian palace complex built during the...
- One of the most impressive building projects was the temple complex of Malkata, known among the ancient Egyptians as the “house of rejoicing”, was constructed...
- is known from jar-label inscriptions uncovered from the royal palace at Malkata. Egypt's theological paradigm encouraged a male pharaoh to accept royal...
- industrial centre of that period. It forms part of Amenhotep's palace complex (Malkata, also known originally as "the Dazzling Aten") lying just north of the...
- found at Amarna with the same cartouches and jar-label inscriptions from Malkata palace. Sitamun's elevation to her role as Great Royal Wife of her father...
- west bank, he built the enormous mortuary temple and the equally m****ive Malkata palace-city which fronted a 364-hectare artificial lake. In the city proper...
- the pharaoh's harem. Amenhotep III kept his concubines in his palace at Malkata, which was one of the most o****nt in the history of Egypt. The king was...
- Karnak and his m****ive Morturary Temple. Amenhotep III also built the Malkata palace, the largest built in Egypt. One of the best-known eighteenth dynasty...
- There are two smaller waterfalls in the area, one of which is called Malkata Maara. Some other caves are also found in the vicinity - Urushka Maara...
- elaborate structures. A few surviving New Kingdom palaces, such as those in Malkata and Amarna, show richly decorated walls and floors with scenes of people...