(Cusae)

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The temple of Het-Hert in Qis was restored by Hatshepsut, and is noted in this descriptive passage from the inscriptions at the Speos Artemidos:

"The temple of the Lady of Cusae had fallen into ruin, earth had swallowed up its noble shrine and children danced upon its roof."[1]

[1] Patricia Spencer in The Egyptian Temple:  A Lexicographical Study, p. 107.

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