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Fowling in the marshes. ca. 1400 BC. 18th Dynasty Featured Luxor Print

Fowling in the marshes. ca. 1400 BC. 18th Dynasty

Fowling in the marshes. ca. 1400 BC. 18th Dynasty. Wall painting from the tomb of Nebamun where he appears with his wife Hatshepsut and son. Egyptian art. New Kingdom. Painting. UNITED KINGDOM. London. The British Museum. Proc: EGYPT. Luxor. Thebes

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 - https://copyrighthub.org/s0/hub1/creation/maryevans/MaryEvansPictureID/10685177

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Ancient Egyptian carving, Ramesseum Temple, Luxor Featured Luxor Print

Ancient Egyptian carving, Ramesseum Temple, Luxor

Ancient Egyptian carving at The Ramesseum Temple, West Bank, Luxor-Thebes, Egypt.Luxor West Bank, Temple, Carving, Hieroglyphics, horse, military, arch, Ancient, International Landmark, History, Male Likeness, Pharaoh, King, Travel Destinations, Egyptian Culture, Ancient Egyptian Culture, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Archaeology, Stone Wall, Unesco, Old Ruin, Rock, Stone, Carving, Art And Craft, Relief, Wall

© Hisham Ibrahim

Entrance to the Temple of Luxor, Luxor, Egypt Featured Luxor Print

Entrance to the Temple of Luxor, Luxor, Egypt

The Avenue of the Sphinxes towards the ancient Egyptian Colossi at the entrance to Court of Ramses II, Luxor Temple, Luxor, Nile Valley, Egypt.
The temple was built by Amenhotep III, completed by Tutankhamun then added to by Rameses II. Towards the rear is a granite shrine dedicated to Alexander the Great and in another part, was a Roman encampment. The temple has been in almost continuous use as a place of worship right up to the present day

© Nick Brundle - Photography