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Hagr el-Merwa, Kurgus, Sudan
Fly-through (silent) created by Susie Green for the Sudan Archaeological Research Society
Fieldwork undertaken 1998-2012 >

The Hagr el-Merwa is a white quartzite outcrop, carved and painted with many inscriptions of the Egyptian New Kingdom, including two boundary stelae of the pharaohs, Thutmose I and his grandson, Thutmose III. This was the southern limit of the Ancient Egyptian Empire on the Nile.

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