Philae temple on Agilkia Island as seen from the Nile
Agilkia Island (also called Agilika; Arabic: أجيليكا) is an island in the reservoir of the Old Aswan Dam along the Nile River in southern Egypt; it is the present site of the relocated Ancient Egyptiantemple complex of Philae. Partially to completely flooded by the old dam's construction in 1902, the Philae complex, was dismantled and relocated to Agilkia island, as part of a wider UNESCO project related to the 1960s construction of the Aswan High Dam and the eventual flooding of many sites posed by its large reservoir upstream.
Agilkia, like the island, was the name chosen for the planned landing site on a comet by the Rosetta spacecraft mission's Philae lander. Upon initial touchdown however, the lander took a large bounce followed by a smaller one before finally coming to rest perhaps a kilometer away from Agilkia. The final site has not yet been named.