Reading the Cape Gazette at the temple of Ramses II in Egypt

May 4, 2022

Busting out of town after COVID-19, this wonderful group from Lewes met at Abu Simbel in Egypt's Nubia region to share the ancient word of the Cape Gazette.  Built between 1274-1244 BCE, the temple of Ramses II was carved out of the rock more than 3000 years ago. In the 1960s, the temple was moved 60 m to save it from the rising waters created by the Aswan Dam.  Pictured at the Great Temple of Ramses II (front row l-r) are Steve Rogers, BJ Clark, Rick Grier-Reynolds and Steve Walker.  Behind their husbands are Betty Rogers, Maryanne Murray, Rachel Grier-Reynolds and Lorrie Walker.

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