A shot taken from inside the Temple of Horus and Sobek at Kom Ombo on the banks of the Nile. The Temple was built during the Ptolomic Era when Egypt was ruled by the decendents of Alexanders the Great’s General Ptolomy. Many temples were built during this time to honour the Egyption traditions and keep the local population loyal to the Ptolomic Pharohs. This temple was built to honour Sobek the Crocodile god who’s many crocs were a constant menace up and down the Nile. Honouring Sobek was thought to apease him so that less people would get eaten by Crocodiles.