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A carving of Apademak, the Lion God, on an exterior wall of the ruins of the Lion Temple situated beside an important wadi at Naga some 30 km from the Nile. This site of four ancient temples, discovered in 1821, has been dated between 1BC and 1AD. T

A carving of Apademak, the Lion God, on an exterior wall of the ruins of the Lion Temple situated beside an important wadi at Naga some 30 km from the Nile. This site of four ancient temples, discovered in 1821, has been dated between 1BC and 1AD. T

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