The ruins at Sais, an ancient Egyptian town in the Western Nile Delta. It was the provincial capital of Sap-Meh, the fifth nome of Lower Egypt and became the seat of power during the Twenty-fourth Dynasty of Egypt (c. 732–720 BC) and the Saite Twenty-sixth Dynasty of Egypt (664–525 BC) during the Late Period. The Temple of Sais had a medical school with many female students and apparently women faculty as well, mainly in gynecology and obstetrics.

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The ruins at Sais, an ancient Egyptian town in the Western Nile Delta. It was the provincial capital of Sap-Meh, the fifth nome of Lower Egypt and became the seat of power during the Twenty-fourth Dynasty of Egypt (c. 732–720 BC) and the Saite Twenty-sixth Dynasty of Egypt (664–525 BC) during the Late Period. The Temple of Sais had a medical school with many female students and apparently women faculty as well, mainly in gynecology and obstetrics.
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Image ID: TT78Y2
Location: Sais, Western Nile Delta, Egypt