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A rare early photo of statues before Europeans shot the noses off.

Abu Simbel: In the second half of the century, professional photographic firms arose.a growing number of travel photographers documented historical monuments etc.Since then many monuments have been altered, damaged or completely destroyed.

Rosemary Wordsworth Trevor-Bettye of Petersfield, England, a pioneering explorer of Egypt. Although Europeans had  ventured as far as Egypt in the 17th and 18th centuries, the country became more accessible to western travellers following the French invasion of 1798. Those touring the Mediterranean often made a detour to visit Cairo and the pyramids, with the first guide book to Egypt published in 1835.

Rosemary Wordsworth at the pyramids 1927 when Egypt was a famous place for the…

Esfinge de la época de Tutmosis III (1504-1450 a C).     Conservada en el Museo del Cairo (Egipto).

Esfinge de la época de Tutmosis III (1504-1450 a C). Conservada en el Museo del Cairo (Egipto).

Westernmost Colossus of the Temple of Ra before sand was removed. 1850 by Maxime Du Champ (1822 - 1894)

Head / Photography / Ra, Egyptian sun god / Sand / Sculpture / Temple of Ramses II, Abu Simbel, Egypt

In the past, it was possible to climb the great pyramids of the archaeological site of Giza - In the picture, a group of tourists have breakfast and sunbathe on top of one of these.

In the past, it was possible to climb the great pyramids of the archaeological site of Giza - In the picture, a group of tourists have breakfast and sunbathe on top of one of these.

Three phases in brain development led to the creation of religion. What we do with that is up to us.

The Cognitive Origins of Religion

September Ravidat, eighteen, and three other teenagers discover the Cave of Lascaux in France. The cave contains call the Cave of Lascaux,

PYRAMID OF CHEOPS..................EGYPT...........SOURCE WIKIMEDIA.ORG..............

beyond the horizon of the place we live.: back to - Egypt (Pyramids)

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