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an old poster with many different types of symbols and things to see in the image
an ancient painting with egyptian symbols on it
Ceiling at Dendera Temple 5
Ceiling at Dendera Temple
the columns are decorated with ancient egyptian designs
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The Colours Of Medinet Habu, Mortuary Temple of Ramesses III
an image of ancient egyptian art on display
Egypt: Temple of Dendera - Smit & Palarczyk
Egypt: Hypostyle hall of the Hathor Temple at Dendera Paul Smit | Mick Palarczyk
an ancient egyptian painting on the side of a building
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Roof of Hypostyle hall Dendera Temple, Egypt. Dendera Temple complex is one of the best-preserved temple complexes in Egypt. Dendera was a site for chapels or shrines from the beginning of ancient Egypt. Pharaoh Pepi I (ca. 2250 BC) built on this site evidence exists of a temple in the 18th dynasty (ca 1500 BC). But the earliest extant building in the compound today is the Mammisi raised by Nectanebo II, last of the native pharaohs (360–343 BC).
an image of egyptian art on display in a museum
Egypt: Temple of Dendera - Smit & Palarczyk
Egypt:Hypostyle hall of the Hathor Temple at Dendera Paul Smit | Mick Palarczyk -
an egyptian room with paintings on the walls and columns in front of it, lit up at night
The Great Temple of Rameses II 04
There are few monuments of ancient Egypt that have been so frequently described as this great temple of Ramses II at Abu Simbel. From the time of its opening by the Italian Giovanni Belzoni in 1817 to the present-day, when it has become world- famous for having been salvaged from the rising waters of the Nile, it has fascinated all who see it.
an egyptian relief depicting the god and goddesss, with symbols in blue and white
Egypt: Temple of Dendera - Smit & Palarczyk
'Goddess supporting the sky at Dendera.' A goddess is supporting the sky with raised arms on the astronomical ceiling in the outer hypostyle hall of the Hathor Temple at Dendera. A winged sun disk hovers above it. Via Patty Flagler