Tuna Al Gabal

Tuna Al Gabal

The Land of Historical Wonders & The City of The Eras; Secrets You Do Not Know About Tuna Al Gabal!

A road emits from it a stunning historical smell to walk with passion. Surprisingly, you meet Akhenaten, Nefertiti, and their daughters, and they are greeting you! In full astounding, you will witness this carved rock that represents Akhenaten, Nefertiti, and their daughters worshipping god Aten. And then you realize that it was the panel of Akhetaton’s city border: Tell El Amarna. Below this panel are fragments of anthropomorphic statues of Akhenaten, Nefertiti, and their daughters. This sign separates the city of Akhenaton, Tell El Amarna, from that area. So, crossing through this fantastic historical panel, you will be in the heart of Tuna Al Gabal, the city of the eras and the land of historical miracles.

Tuna Al Gabal is a spot where you can walk amid a magical blend of ancient Egyptian Pharaonic, Ptolemaic, Greco, and Roman designs, decoration, and architectural styles! Corridors carved into the rock magically embrace the Egyptian gods! Inscriptions here and there of actual novels from ancient Egyptian history! Events had been carved in this tomb, which takes the style of a temple amazingly! A historical poem narrates a tragic historical story! You are wandering through a land that is hugging majestic stone statues and small royal sphinx statues! Canopic pots were made of alabaster, limestone, amulets, and scarabs. There was also a group of pottery pots from the 26th Dynasty until the 30th Dynasty, in addition to stone coffins!

Wonders take you to the mysteries of majestic monuments and great surprises. But is that really the ancient Egyptian gods who will be surrounding you there? How that!

Tuna Al Gabal

The Ancient Egyptian Gods Still Blessing The Land of Tuna Al Gabal Till Now

Welcome to Ta Uno” in the Pharaonic period and Tawnis during the Greco-Roman period in Egypt. This city was the centre of worship of the god Thoth, the god of wisdom in ancient Egypt. Ibis & Baboons were the symbols of the god Thoth for the ancient Egyptians, the lord of divine words and inventor of the hieroglyphs. That illustrates this massive group of corridors carved in the rock to be the tombs for the sacred ibis, as well as Baboons after being mummified. The mummies were placed in pottery, wooden, or stone coffins. The outer surfaces of the coffins included texts in the Demotic script for this god of wisdom. That was why the ancient Egyptians made Tuna Al Gabal the city of creativity, philosophy, and enlightenment, where the Hermetic philosophical writing was created. This majestic historical area was not far from the Eye of the god Horus protection. But you can also meet Horus in the tombs, which contain falcons’ mummies.

How Will Be Your Tour Amid The Scared Areas of The Ancient Egyptian Gods?

Your trip in the first corridor, “A,” will be with the gods Thoth and Horus, represented in the mummies of Ibis and falcons. At the same time, the second corridor takes you to stand where the pharaonic priests had gathered with the incense for a burial room for Thot. It includes the mummy of the baboon. It is the most important site as it was the most sacred spot for the ancient Egyptians. You will find in the third corridor long roads spread across all directions and formed curves that were not expected but were necessitated by the purpose of resisting the rocky blocks that were difficult to dig. It’s a creative design.


The Priest of God Thoth Narrates the Life of Ancient Egypt with Vibrant, Accurate Scenes! One of Tuna Al Gabal Wonders!

“O you who live on earth, you who go to this mountain, and all those who go in the future to the temple of the Great Spirits to ask for forgiveness, remember me well.” Words of Petosiris, High Priest of Thoth, carved on the entrance of this tomb to greet you and take you to the sparkle of this cemetery. Would you like to cross into the depths of that cemetery to witness the life of these pharaohs who inhabited this region for thousands of years?

A few steps far away from the God Thoth tombs, you can meet this priest who had blessed the land of Tuna Al Gabal with the ancient Egyptian gods (according to the ancient Egyptian beliefs), mummifying the Ibis, the Baboons, and the falcons, and overseeing the offerings.

A unique cemetery with architecture, arts, and dazzling Pharaonic and Greek designs still hugs this priest, the mummy of Petosiris, the most loyal priest of the god Thoth. It is similar to the architecture of Egyptian temples in the modern state, such as the Dandara Temple.

Petosiris was made from his tomb, a place full of vibrant scenes from ancient Egypt. So, you will be surrounded there by ancient Egyptian farms, and you will see the harvest, the gathering and pressing of grapes, the grazing of birds and animals, and a fantastic view of a cow giving birth. This is in addition to the scenes of the various ancient Egyptian crafts. So, you will wander amid the complete world of ancient Egypt.

Not Just The Ancient Egyptian Life, But You Will Attend The Majestic Pharaonic Funeral!

But you also will attend the Majestic historical funerals and offerings, worship the gods, and learn about some chapters of the Pharaonic Books of the Dead.

The fascination of this tomb will make you eager for more antiquities, as you are in a time gap, wandering inside the Pharaonic land and feeling that there is still more to meet the ancient Egyptians. At this time, this historical tomb appears to you: the Isadora’s tomb.

The land of Tuna Al Gabal Embraces Eternal Love Story in a Cemetery Takes the Roman style!

A poem written in historical lines carved on the tomb walls narrates a tragic story surrounding the mummy of a girl inside one of the essential tombs in Tuna El Gabal, Isadora Tomb. You are on a date with a historical novel that will take you to the Greek era. Then what does this historical poem tell?

The father of this girl refused to let her marry a man she loved, and when she was crossing the Nile to meet her love, she drowned. The father established this impressive cemetery for her. He dug into it a poetic epitaph written in Greek to surround the mummy of Isadora to keep this tragic love story over the eras.

After going out of Isadora Tomb, look in front of you to see the history. He will wave his hands to take you to another historical era!

Columns Rise to Announce a New Archaeological Site Witnessed In This Historical Spot

You will meet Lots of Roman pillars that announce the ruins of a Roman temple. It dates back to Ptolemy the Third (300 BC) to find historical monuments that reflect that this Roman temple had a Basilica, the cathedral built in the fifth century AD.

While wandering amid this Roman Temple, realize well that you are walking on land that embraces dazzling Ushabti figurines of blue and green faience bearing the name of the deceased. And six chambers of burial of nearly 1,000 Ushabti figurines of faience. Groups of canopic utensils made of alabaster and limestone, some amulets, and scarabs. And a group of pottery vessels dating back to the 26th Dynasty and family 30.

Four stone coffins were also found, which are still sealed with mortar and take the form of a human being. All these discoveries lead us to a great secret in the land of Tuna Al Gabal. He is another priest who embraces the land of this tremendous historical area.

In the presence of another high priest of the god Thoth and senior pharaonic officials, spend time amidst the mysteries of pharaonic history, including amulets, scarab statues, and historical wells! The Dazzle of 16 Pharaonic Tombs

A historical burial well that takes you into the afterlife world of one of the chief priests of Pharaonic Egypt: the Thoth Imhotep of the 26th Dynasty. To see how he prepared for his immortal life. A coffin made of limestone was decorated with scenes representing the four sons of Horus. He made his cemetery teeming with a group of ushabti figurines made of faience.

Look around you; 16 pharaonic tombs surround you dazzlingly! These tombs of high officials were warming with the rare artifacts. Some of these monuments are 20 sarcophagi of different shapes and sizes, including 5 limestone coffins and 5 wooden coffins. Some of them have the names of their owners engraved on them, in addition to more than 10,000 Ushabti statues made of blue and green faience.

Also, 700 amulets of various shapes, sizes, and materials. They include scarabs, amulets of the deities, and ancestor pillars symbolic of the god Osiris. And shiny amulets made of pure gold.

Pottery vessels of various shapes and sizes were mainly used for funerary purposes, and some were religious. As well as tools for cutting quarries and moving coffins, such as wooden hammers, baskets made of palm leaves, and rollers to move stones and coffins.

In addition, a group of canopic pots made of colored limestone had inscriptions from their owner, who was known as the singer of the god Thoth. Also, other groups consisted of 4 canopic pots of alabaster. And another group of stone pastes without inscriptions representing the four sons of Horus.

When you walk on Tuna Al Gabal, you automatically act as an archeologist dreaming of meeting a historical discovery. This land still hugs in its depths more majestic monuments than waiting for the explorers. But where  Tuna Al Gabal is located?

Where Is Tuna Al Gabal!

Tuna Al Gabal is located to the west of the city of Malawi, in the Minya Governorate. And to the west of the town of Ashmoun, about ten kilometres. The best way to get there is by overland.

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