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Bas-relief pris sur la muraille occidentale du grand Temple d'Isis, a Philae Featured Print

Bas-relief pris sur la muraille occidentale du grand Temple d'Isis, a Philae

Bas-relief pris sur la muraille occidentale du grand Temple d'Isis, a Philae, April 1850

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Looking down on the island of Philae and its temples, Egypt, 1905.Artist: Underwood & Underwood Featured Print

Looking down on the island of Philae and its temples, Egypt, 1905.Artist: Underwood & Underwood

Looking down on the island of Philae and its temples, Egypt, 1905. Over on the right is the square kiosk which the natives call Pharaoh's Bed; it has no roof and never was finished, but it is one of the gems of the palace. It dates back from the Roman age. The building with the large pylon is the lsis temple. That little obelisk is one of a pair - the other has been carried to England. They were created in the time of Ptolemy IX (about 557 BC) and are of especial interest because the one now in England was the monument which enabled Champollion to take the first steps in his decipherment of the hieroglyphic, before he employed the Rosetta stone. Stereoscopic card. Detail. From a series called Egypt Through the Stereoscope, text by James H Breasted

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