The one-million-year-old house is an ancient Egyptian temple from the era of the ancient Egyptians. This sieve was used from the middle state to describe a temple where Pharaoh worshiped. This type of temple was associated with the Pharaonic temple in the modern state, and other temples were used to worship Pharaoh. In the Temple of the Million Years was engraved a painting representing the union of Pharaoh with one of the gods, such as Amun and Osiris or Ptah that reflect the ancient Egyptian doctrine of the commemoration of Pharaoh.
Most of the houses of one million years are located on the west bank of the Nile at Luxor near the Valley of the Kings, some built in Memphis such as the temple of Amenovis III and the temple of Ramses II, some in Abidos (the ancient capital), such as the Temple of First City, the Temple of Ramses II, And Amenofis III, and the Temple of Abu Simbel belongs to those temples and its builder Ramses II.
Each pharaoh built a temple to be devoured during his lifetime, worshiping him during his lifetime and after his death. Religious rituals were held in those temples and included the priests carrying a small holy vessel with a statue of God in a large procession. The vessel was kept in one of the rooms in the temple.
Starting from the fourth family, the Pharaohs built two pyramids in the area of the pyramids, one beside the pyramid and called a funerary temple and extending from it a paved road to the so-called valley temple on the Nile coast. This system first appeared in the Medom pyramid. The system continued to build temples to the central state.
For security reasons, the pharaohs of the modern state began to build their graves under the mountains. They chose the Valley of the Kings, and the funerary temple was moved to the nearby desert behind the cultivated land on the west bank of the Nile. When Hatshepsut ruled, it built its funerary temple at Deir al-Bahari near the Valley of the Kings, and took it to the Nile in the valley temple and built a ritual route between them. The funerary temple of Hatshepsut (Monastery of the Sea) is built at the same time to be a home for a million years.
Some Pharaohs also built a one-year-old house away from Tiba, in places where there are no graves. We find this, for example, in the Temple of Abu Simbel, built by Ramses II on the borders of Egypt with Sudan.