Photos Of Oldest Pharaoh Carvings

Site 7 at Nag el-Hamdurab is the most elaborate carving, showing a white-crowned king travelling with a flotilla of five boats. (Stan Hendrickx, John Coleman Darnell & Maria Carmela Gatto)
Site 7 at Nag el-Hamdurab is the most elaborate carving, showing a white-crowned king travelling with a flotilla of five boats. (Stan Hendrickx, John Coleman Darnell & Maria Carmela Gatto)Rresearchers report

Researchers found carvings of Egyptian ancient kings or pharaohs carved on rocks near the Nile River in southern Egypt. 

This is the oldest known representations of a pharaoh.

(Please click the pictures for bigger images)

Author: Ahmad Ali Karim

Blogger. Official Ambassador at Muafakat Pendidikan Johor (MPJ). Former Columnist at Utusan Online.

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