Until the visit of the Scottish traveler James Hamilton in 1852 all modern travelers (Browne, Horneman, Cailliaud and following) believed that the temple of the oracle was that of Umm Ubayda also because the real temple, on the acropolis of Aghurmi, was hidden from the constructions in Kharshif and the acropolis itself was not accessible to foreigners. Even Hamilton had been badly received and practically taken prisoner but thanks to the help of Yousef Ali he had managed to s
There are other paintings from his Egyptian period some relating to Marsa Matruh. Biography Jaro Hilbert (1897-1995) Of Czech parents, Jaro Hilbert born in 1897 in Slovenia. He is the fifth child in a family of nine.
Jaro Hilbert knew from sixteen that he would be a painter. He paints in secret. Mobilized at the end of his secondary studies, Jaro Hilbert knows first-hand and until 1918, the horrors of the Great War. The Egyptian years (1939-1962) were fertile, punctuated by e
Evidently the authors have well interpreted the current state of our knowledge. Alix Senator was created by Jacques Martin in 1948. For decades, through dozens of albums, Alix has traveled the ancient world, crossed paths with great men and experienced the major events of the time of Caesar and the end of the Roman Republic .
The volume in question is entitled "La montagne des Morts" #Siwa #AlixSenator
For those who still believe that Christianity has never arrived in Siwa. Belgrave says (Page 88): "Somewhere abaut the fourth century Christianity penetrated to Siwa, and the ruins of a church, or monastery, built probably at this time, where one can still distinguish the Coptic cross carved in stone, are visible at Bilad el Roumi, near Khamissa." But apart from the archaeological remains (scarce and uncertain) what better testify the existence of Christians in Siwa is the fa