Byblos: Giant Kings and the Egyptian Connection in Ancient Lebanon

Join Megalithomania to explore Byblos, Baalbek and Lebanon in October 2018:…. An exploration of Byblos in Lebanon that dates back as far as 8,800 BC and was continuously occupied from 5,000 BC onwards. It has strong connections with Egypt including a temple dedicated to an early incarnation of Hathor, and the giant Egyptian 8ft 6in king Khasekhemw is also recorded at the site. There is a ‘Temple of Obelisks’, massive megalithic construction and an inscription about another legendary giant king called ‘Og of Bashan’. Features Yousef Awyan of

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