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Western Deffufa Temple, Kerma

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Mark Cartwright
by Walter Callens
published on 14 March 2013
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The mud brick temple of Western Deffufa, Kerma (modern day Sudan), Middle Kerma Period ('Kerma Moyen') c. 2050-1750 BCE equating to the 11-13 dynasties of Middle Kingdom Egypt.

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Callens, W. (2013, March 14). Western Deffufa Temple, Kerma. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/1111/western-deffufa-temple-kerma/

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