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El-Salamuni comprises a rock-cut chapel dedicated to the god Min. The edifice was created by the first priest of Min, Nakhtmin. About 1,000 later, the chief priest of Min, Harma'kheru, added depictions of Ptolemy II Philadelphus.
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