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العربية: الملقطة في غرب الأقصر جنوب مدينة حابو.
English: Malkata (or Malqata) is a place located on the west bank of Thebes, Egypt, in Egypt, in the desert south of Medinet Habu. It is most famous for being the location of the palace of the king Amenhotep III. Amenhotep III built the temple for his favored queen Tiy and also to honor Sobek, the crocodile god. Malkata's modern Arabic name means the place where things are picked up.
Français : Malqata est un lieu situé dans la zone désertique au sud de Médinet Habou, sur la rive occidentale du Nil, face à Louxor en Égypte. C'est à cet endroit qu'était construit le palais d'Amenhotep III.
Archaeological site of Egypt
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LocationLuxor Governorate, Egypt
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25° 42′ 55.01″ N, 32° 35′ 28″ E

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