Serabit el-Khadim, Sinai

Alternative site names: 
Serabit el Khadim; Serabit el-Khadem; Serabit el-Chadim; Serabit el Chadim; Sarabit al-Khadim; Sarabit al Khadim; Sarabit el-Khadim; Sarabit el Khadim; Sarbut el-Chadim; Sarbut el Chadim; Serabit el-Chadim; Serabit el Chadim; Serabit el-Khadem; Serabit el Khadem; Serabit-el-Khadem; Serabit-el-Khadim; Sinai
Arabic site names: 
سرابيط الخادم
Site description: 

The temple of Hathor’s earliest rock cut chamber dates to the 12th Dynasty but was enlarged by Hatshepsut and Thutmose III. In the New Kingdom, a shrine of the god of the eastern desert, Sopd, was added. The site became a place of importance on account of the turquoise mines. The site contained thousands of votive offerings. 

Type of site: 
Temple; settlement
Temple (Middle Kingdom, New Kingdom); settlement (Middle Kingdom, New Kingdom)
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