What are the reasons ?
|source - Fabrice MAUPIN (c) 2004|
Ramses III had it can be consciousness and wished to leave with the offspring an unchanging monument.
Another hypothesis concerns the artistic sense : the depth created by hieroglyphs allows lighting effects.
Hieroglyphs could have been arranged in the various rooms of the temple with the aim of a "solar" illumination.
This solar illumination had it a religious symbolism ?
The purpose of a temple of the millions of years was to have of living on the Pharaoh a place of worship of king deified, associated with Amon, the main Theban divinity.
With this kind of temple, the royal function was so glorified and excited.
A king "worried" that the future generations is not of doubt on the owner of the temple or / and "worried" of glorifying artistically its "aura" divine ?
The hieroglyphs of this temple will still amaze us and can be that they we shall reveal their mysteries one day !