Karnak TemplesThe ancient name for Karnak was Ipet Isut, 'The Most Select of Places'. Although a major part of the vast site is occupied by the Great Temple of Amun, temples were also built here for other Egyptian gods including Amun's consort Mut and the lunar deity Khonsu - the other members of a triad of gods worshipped at ancient Thebes.
The Karnak Temples were progressively enlarged by many New Kingdom pharaohs who added a succession of pylons, courts and halls. Builders included Tuthmosis III (ruled 1504-1450 BCE), Amenhotep III (1386-1349 BCE) and Ramesses II (1279-1212 BCE).
Complex Karnak temples, which is famous for the temple Karnak is a collection of temples and buildings and columns, where continued expansion and construction since the Pharaonic era until the Roman in Luxor in Egypt on the eastern coast. The temple was built for the divine triad Amun (Amun Ra in modern times), his wife Goddess Mott and their son God Khons; each has a temple belonging to the complex of Karnak Temples. Sometimes tourists and non-specialists are interested in the temple of Karnak. The temple is only belonging to Amun am Am Ra.