Rock Temple of Ramesses II Formerly at Abu Simbel Dynasty XIX, 1304-1237 B.C. Inside the unique temple are the usual complex of rooms. These are two of eight large Osiris sculptures lined up four by four against the pillars in the hypostyle hall. They are placed to catch the morning sunlight coming through the main entrance. The great hall is fifty-eight feet long by fifty-four feet wide. Deeper into the rock is a pillared hall, a transverse hall, and the sanctuary. To the side of these main rooms are the eight small ones used primarily to store ceremonial articles.

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