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Basenjis at Angkor Wat? (Northern Cambodia)
Angkor Wat, built in the first half of the 12th century as a funerary temple for Suryavarman II (year 1112-52). Notice how high the presuming Basenjis are against the soilders on the left half of the picture. Don't notice the the big fellow on the right, he might be a God or something.
Basenjis at the temple of Philae? (Southern Egypt)
Philae is an island in the Nile River and the previous site of an Ancient Egyptian temple complex in southern Egypt. The complex was dismantled and relocated to a nearby island during a UNESCO project started because of the construction of the Aswan Dam, after the site was partly flooded by the earlier Aswan Low Dam for half a century. The most ancient were the remains of a temple for Isis built in the reign of Nectanebo I during 380-362 BC. For the most part, the other ruins date from the Ptolemaic times, more especially with the reigns of Ptolemy Philadelphus, Ptolemy Epiphanes, and Ptolemy Philometor (282-145 BC). (Wikipedia) I don't know for sure what they are or where they came from but there are some similarities to Basenjis?