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Obelisco de Luxor.

Obelisco de Luxor.

Obelisks of Tuthmosis I and Hatshepsut at the Temples of Karnak, Luxor, Egypt

Obelisks of Tuthmosis I and Hatshepsut at the Temples of Karnak, Luxor, Egypt

OBELISQUE PLACE DE LA CONCORDE A PARIS........PROVENANCE TEMPLE DE LUXOR......EGYPTE.......ORIGINE RAMSES II.......19TH DYNASTIE.........DÉTAIL.................SOURCE BING IMAGES...........

OBELISQUE PLACE DE LA CONCORDE A PARIS........PROVENANCE TEMPLE DE LUXOR......EGYPTE.......ORIGINE RAMSES II.......19TH DYNASTIE.........DÉTAIL.................SOURCE BING IMAGES...........

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Found on ImNotWordy.com

Chapter "For making the transformation into a Heron" from the Book of Coming Forth by Day. Papyrus of Nakht. Thebes, Egypt, Late 18th Dynasty, 1350-1300 BCE.

Chapter "For making the transformation into a Heron" from the Book of Coming Forth by Day. Papyrus of Nakht. Thebes, Egypt, Late 18th Dynasty, 1350-1300 BCE.

Diorite statue of King Chephren (Khafre), builder of the second pyramid in Giza. Its remarkable state of preservation, its grandeur and the motif of the hawk (god Horus), emblematical of his mythological ancestors, protecting his head with her outstretched wings, all combine to rank it first in the statuary of ancient Egypt. It was found at the bottom of a wall near the gateway of his valley-temple 'the temple of the sphinx'. Giza, 4th dynasty. Cairo Museum

Diorite statue of King Chephren (Khafre), builder of the second pyramid in Giza. Its remarkable state of preservation, its grandeur and the motif of the hawk (god Horus), emblematical of his mythological ancestors, protecting his head with her outstretched wings, all combine to rank it first in the statuary of ancient Egypt. It was found at the bottom of a wall near the gateway of his valley-temple 'the temple of the sphinx'. Giza, 4th dynasty. Cairo Museum

Hatshepsut's Obelisk at Karnak, Luxor.

Hatshepsut's Obelisk at Karnak, Luxor.

Hieroglyphs / ReliefEgypt, Luxor. Valley of the Kings. Tomb of Seti I (1304 – 1290 B.C., 19th dynasty), side chamber.

Hieroglyphs / ReliefEgypt, Luxor. Valley of the Kings. Tomb of Seti I (1304 – 1290 B.C., 19th dynasty), side chamber.

Red granite obelisk  Luxor  Egypt

Red granite obelisk Luxor Egypt

An ancient sunken city has been found off the Egyptian coast and its treasures uncovered by French underwater archaeologist Franck Goddio.

An ancient sunken city has been found off the Egyptian coast and its treasures uncovered by French underwater archaeologist Franck Goddio.

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