From The Encyclopaedia of Ancient Egyptian Architecture:
Religious - Misc, Ancient, Abandoned
Sanam (Abu Dom)
An important Napatan palace city on the West Bank of the Nile in the Sudan, opposite Napata, with a temple dedicated to Amun built by Taharqa consisting of a pylon pillared hall, offering room, sanctuary and siderooms, resembling the temples of Kawa and Tabo. to the north is a vast complex of store rooms known as "the treasury".