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KA_MKAYBON
Media Name:
Jordanie 010-01-1841
Author:
Tarek Charara
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© Tarek Charara/Kaleidos images
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29/12/2017
Added Date:
06/12/2017
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Petra, Jordan. The obelisk tomb, or "Nefesh" tomb, was carved by the Nabateans in the 1st century AD, slighyly earlier than the bottom storey classical style Triclinium (banqueting hall). At the top are four pyramids or 'Nefesh' as well as a niche with a statue in bas-relief, symbolic representations of the five people buried in the tomb.
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