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Temple of Edfou, Lower Egypt

No place enough for one picture... Then 8 photos stitched :) Canon 5DMKIII Lens 16/35mm @ 16mm

 Construction of the temple complex was built between 1264 and 1244 BCE. Known as the "Temple of Ramses, beloved by Amun" it was one of six temples erected during the long reign of Ramses II. Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient Ruins, Ancient History, Egyptian Mythology, Kairo, Egypt Art, Egypt Travel, Ancient Architecture, Ancient Civilizations

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Abu Simbel interior, Egypt. Construction of the temple complex started in approximately 1264 BCE and lasted for about 20 years, until 1244 BCE. Known as the "Temple of Ramesses, beloved by Amun" it was one of six rock temples erected in Nubia during the long reign of Ramesses II.

View through a stone window at the Temple of Phila… – Blick durch ein Steinfenster auf den Tempel der Phila … – Ancient Egyptian Architecture, Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient Ruins, Ancient History, Art History, Old Egypt, Egypt Art, Kairo, Valley Of The Kings

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View through a stone window at the Temple of Philae, Assuan, Egypt, Africa

ancientart: “ Ancient Egyptian relief of Horus with the body of a lion in the Temple of Kom Ombo. Ancient Egypt Art, Old Egypt, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient History, European History, Ancient Greece, American History, Architecture Antique

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ancientart: “ Ancient Egyptian relief of Horus with the body of a lion in the Temple of Kom Ombo. ”

[Egypt ‘Nefertem in Nefertem Chapel at Abydos.’This relief detail shows a lion-headed Nefertem, surmounted by a falcon and holding a “wadjet’ eye. Ancient Egypt Art, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient History, Art History, European History, Ancient Greece, American History, Egyptian Mythology

Egypt: Temples of Abydos - Smit & Palarczyk

The goddess Sekhmet, daughter of Re, wife of Ptah and mother of Nefertem is associated with the lioness and takes its attributes as dangerous power but also maternal instinct. Sekmet has the body of a woman and the head of a lioness. Nefertem Chapel at Abydos ~ by Paul Smit

Queen Hatshepsut Mortuary Temple at Al Deyr Al Bahri. Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient History, Art History, Architecture Antique, Site Archéologique, Art Ancien, Ancient Civilizations, Egyptians, African History

Hatshepsut

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Vase of King Wenis, 2380 - 2350 BCE Dynasty), alabaster, Egypt, musée du Louvre Egyptian Kings, Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient History, Egyptian Pharaohs, Temples, Louvre Paris, Art Ancien, Early Middle Ages, Vases

Vase au nom du roi Ounas 2380 - 2350 avant J.-C., (5e dynastie) - albâtre | Site officiel du musée du Louvre. The bee and the sedge hieroglyph often stated that nesu-bity literally means "S/He of the Sedge and Bee" (Allen 1999). represents upper and lower Egypt combined (wikipedia).

totenbuch: Back Of Statue Court Of Ramses Luxor Temple. totenbuch: Back Of Statue Court Of Ramses Luxor Temple. Egyptian Temple, Luxor Temple, Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient Ruins, Ancient History, Egyptian Things, European History, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Greece

Luxor Temple

Luxor temple: stela behind a statue of King Rameses II, with his double Shennu (cartouches) at the top. Thebes, Upper Egypt.

The King Herself What motivated Hatshepsut to rule ancient Egypt as a man while her stepson stood in the shadows? Her mummy, and her true story, have come to light. Ancient Egypt Pharaohs, Ancient Egypt Art, Old Egypt, Ancient Civilizations, Ancient History, Ancient Artifacts, Egyptians, Ancient Egypt Fashion, Art History

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Thutmosis III, Egypt, Luxor Museum, Hatshepsut, New Kingdom, Karnak Temple, 18th dynasty, statue