Ombos

(from the article `Kawm Umb`) A short distance south-southwest of modern Kawm Umb (Arabic: `Hill of Umb`) lies ancient Ombos. It is known for its unique double temple of the ...
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Ombos

Ombos (om'bōs) , ancient city, S Egypt, on the Nile, S of Idfu. It was strategically located on top of a hill. The city attained great importance under the Ptolemies, who built there a mighty temple complex dedicated to the crocodile-headed god Suchos and the falcon-headed Haroeris.
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