There is no clear evidence for the Canaanite worship of Egyptian gods during the time of the Egyptian Empire in Canaan, except in the case of the goddess Hathor. Egyptian temples dedicated to Hathor have been found in the turquoise mines at Serabit el-Hadim in Sinai and the copper mines at Timna near Eilat. The worshipers at these temples were primarily Egyptians, but Canaanites employed at both sites seem to have been inspired by the cultic activities there. The Egyptian god Seth was identified in the Ramesside Period with the Canaanite god Ba‘al. However, it appears that this syncretized deity was only worshiped by Egyptians, both in Egypt and in Canaan. Excavations of Canaanite tombs and temples from the time of the Egyptian Empire have yielded Egyptian amulets and scarabs bearing the names and images of gods, but there is no evidence for the actual Canaanite worship of these gods. Moreover, no temples dedicated to Egyptian deities appear to have been built by Canaanites in Canaan. It thus seems that while the Canaanites adopted certain Egyptian symbols that they considered to be prestigious, they did not adopt Egyptian religious beliefs.