Abydos was dedicated to the ruler of the Underworld and this temple, built under Seti I in the 13th century BC, was the burial site for all the pharaohs of the first dynasty.
Its List of Kings – 76 cartouches carved into the walls – is especially fascinating.
The temple of Seti I is situated in Abydos, one of the most important archaeological sites of Ancient Egypt. Abydos is located in Upper Egypt, about 10 km from the Nile River. It was a necropolis for Egypt’s earliest kings and later became a pilgrimage center for the worship of the god Osiris. https://www.arce.org/temple-seti-i-abydos
Date: New Kingdom, Dynasty 19, Reign of Seti I (1290-1279 BC)(temple completed by his son, Ramesses II, 1279-1213 BC)