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2. The ancient Egyptians forged one of the earliest peace treaties on record.

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And, it IS there for browsing. But don't judge this bookstore by its cover. There is something here for every curiosity. We're a one-stop self-enrichment center for mind, body, and spirit. Soliman notes that a mortuary temple for him was built near the city at a place called Deir al-Bahari. Most of the kings who reigned during this time chose to be buried in the nearby Valley of the Kings and a number of queens, princesses and princes were buried in the nearby Valley of the Queens.

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The pharaohs also built nearby mortuary temples and greatly expanded Karnak Temple. This avenue ran for about two miles 3 kilometers.

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  6. The city was considered the home of the god Amun and so close was the relationship between this god and Egyptian royalty that Egyptian queens actually credited the deity with fathering their children. The Valley of the Kings was the burial place for most of the New Kingdom rulers.

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    It is small, surrounded by steep cliffs, and easily guarded. The local limestone, cut millions of years ago by torrential rains to form the Valley, is of good quality. New tombs are still being discovered today with two, KV 63 and 64, being unearthed within the last decade. In addition to tombs the royal rulers built great mortuary temples close to the valley, the most well known of these mortuary temples was built at Deir al-Bahri by the female pharaoh Hatshepsut and contains three colonnaded terraces , which lead to a sanctuary.

    It contained the tombs of princes, princesses, court dignitaries and, later on, queens, about burials in all. The more spectacular tomb is that of Nefertari, the wife of Ramesses II, the pharaoh who is known for the temples he built at Abu Simbel.