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Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Time

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Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Clock with alarm

Clock with alarm on a blue background

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: A Loud Awakening

A Loud Awakening

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Roe Deer - Male. Oxon UK

Roe Deer - Male. Oxon UK
RES-581 Roe Deer - male Oxon, UK Capreolus capreolus George Reszeter Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way.

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Royal protocol of Ramses II. Cartridge

Royal protocol of Ramses II. Cartridge
Hieroglyphic writing. Royal protocol of Ramses II. Fifth title of the Pharaoh: son of Ra.19th Dynasty (1320-1200 b.C.). New Empire. Egypt

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Hieroglyphic writing. Great Temple. Abu Simbel

Egyptian art. Hieroglyphic writing. Great Temple. Abu Simbel
Egyptian art. Hieroglyphic writing. Detail of the lower relief in the stele that depicts the pharaoh Ramses II offering war prisoners to god Amun. Great Temple of Ramses II. 19th Dynasty

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Two colossal statue

Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Two colossal statues depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) seated with the nemes head and surmounted by the double crown. 19th Dynasty. New Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Two colossal statue

Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Two colossal statues depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) seated with the nemes head and surmounted by the double crown. 19th Dynasty. New Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Two colossal statue

Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Two colossal statues depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) seated with the nemes head and surmounted by the double crown. 19th Dynasty. New Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Colossal statues de

Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Colossal statues depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) seated with the nemes head and surmounted by the double crown. 19th Dynasty. New Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Two colossal statue

Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Two colossal statues depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) seated with the nemes head and surmounted by the double crown. 19th Dynasty. New Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Colossal statues de

Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Colossal statues depicting the legs of one of the four colossi representing the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC)

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Great Temple at Abu Simbel. Reliefs depicting

Egyptian art. Great Temple at Abu Simbel. Reliefs depicting
Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. 19th Dynasty. New Kingdom. Reliefs depicting Ramses II and the royal cartridges. Abu Simbel. Egypt

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple. Facade depic

Egyptian art. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple. Facade depic
Egyptian art. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple dedicated to Nefertari. Facade depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) with white crown of Upper Egypt and false beard (left)

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple. Facade depic

Egyptian art. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple. Facade depic
Egyptian art. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple dedicated to Nefertari. Facade depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) and his wife Queen Nefertari dressed as Hathor. 19th dynasty. New Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple. Facade depic

Egyptian art. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple. Facade depic
Egyptian art. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple dedicated to Nefertari. Facade depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) with double crown and false beard. 19th dynasty. New Kingdom. Abu Simbel

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Nefertari, also known as Nefertari Merytmut. Wife of Ramesse

Nefertari, also known as Nefertari Merytmut. Wife of Ramesse
Nefertari, also known as Nefertari Merytmut. One of the Great Royal Wives (or principal wives) of Ramesses the Great. New Kingdom. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple. Abu Simbel. Egypt

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC). Egypt

Pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC). Egypt
Pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC). New Kingdom. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple. Abu Simbel. Egypt

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC). Egypt

Pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC). Egypt
Pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC). New Kingdom. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple. Abu Simbel. Egypt

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Nefertari, also known as Nefertari Merytmut. Wife of Ramesse

Nefertari, also known as Nefertari Merytmut. Wife of Ramesse
Nefertari, also known as Nefertari Merytmut. One of the Great Royal Wives (or principal wives) of Ramesses the Great. New Kingdom. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple. Abu Simbel. Egypt

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple. Facade depic

Egyptian art. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple. Facade depic
Egyptian art. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple dedicated to Nefertari. Facade depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) with double crown and false beard. 19th dynasty. New Kingdom. Abu Simbel

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple. Facade depic

Egyptian art. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple. Facade depic
Egyptian art. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple dedicated to Nefertari. Facade depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) with white crown of Upper Egypt and false beard. 19th dynasty

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple. Facade depic

Egyptian art. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple. Facade depic
Egyptian art. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple dedicated to Nefertari. Facade depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) and his wife Queen Nefertari dressed as Hathor. 19th dynasty. New Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Four colossal statu

Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Four colossal statues depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) seated with the nemes head and surmounted by the double crown. 19th Dynasty. New Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Colossal statues de

Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Colossal statues depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) seated with the nemes head and surmounted by the double crown. 19th Dynasty. New Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian Art. Hieroglyphs carved into the rock. Abu Simbel

Egyptian Art. Hieroglyphs carved into the rock. Abu Simbel
Egyptian Art. Hieroglyphs carved into the rock. Temples of Abu Simbel. 19th Dynasty. New Kingdom. Egypt

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Minor sculptures th

Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Minor sculptures that decorate the base of the main facade of the temple. Falcon. 19th Dynasty. New Kingdom. Abu Simbel. Egypt

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Royal protocol of Ramses II. Cartridge

Royal protocol of Ramses II. Cartridge
Hieroglyphic writing. Royal protocol of Ramses II. Fourth title: Fourth title: King of Upper and Lower Egypt. 19th Dynasty (1320-1200 b.C.). Temple of Karnak. Luxor. New Empire. Egypt

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Great Temple of Ramses II. Union between Upper and Lower Egy

Great Temple of Ramses II. Union between Upper and Lower Egy
Relief depicting the union between Upper and Lower Egypt with the Royal cartidge of the pharaoh Ramses II. Great Temple of Ramses II. 19th Dynasty. New Kingdom. Abu Simbel. Egypt

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Colossal statues de

Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Colossal statues depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) seated with the nemes head and surmounted by the double crown. 19th Dynasty. New Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Temple of Ramses II. Young prince. Statue near the feet of t

Temple of Ramses II. Young prince. Statue near the feet of t
Egyptian Art. Temple of Ramses II (1290-1224 BC). Young prince. Statue near the feet of the colossi of Ramses II. 19th dynasty. New Kingdom. Abu Simbel. Egypt

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Temple of Ramses II. Young prince. Statue near the feet of t

Temple of Ramses II. Young prince. Statue near the feet of t
Egyptian Art. Temple of Ramses II (1290-1224 BC). Young prince. Statue near the feet of the colossi of Ramses II. 19th dynasty. New Kingdom. Abu Simbel. Egypt

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Four colossal statu

Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Four colossal statues depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) seated with the nemes head and surmounted by the double crown. 19th Dynasty. New Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Four colossal statu

Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Four colossal statues depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) seated with the nemes head and surmounted by the double crown. 19th Dynasty. New Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Four colossal statu

Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Four colossal statues depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) seated with the nemes head and surmounted by the double crown. 19th Dynasty. New Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Four colossal statu

Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Four colossal statues depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) seated with the nemes head and surmounted by the double crown. 19th Dynasty. New Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Four colossal statu

Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Four colossal statues depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) seated with the nemes head and surmounted by the double crown. 19th Dynasty. New Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple. Facade depic

Egyptian art. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple. Facade depic
Egyptian art. Temple of Hathor or Small Temple dedicated to Nefertari. Facade depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) and his wife Queen Nefertari dressed as Hathor. 19th dynasty. New Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. One of the two colo

Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. One of the two colossal statues depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) seated with the nemes head and surmounted by the double crown. 19th Dynasty

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Two colossal statue

Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Two colossal statues depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) seated with the nemes head and surmounted by the double crown. 19th Dynasty. New Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Two colossal statue

Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Two colossal statues depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) seated with the nemes head and surmounted by the double crown. 19th Dynasty. New Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Colossal statues de

Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Colossal statues depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) seated with the nemes head and surmounted by the double crown. 19th Dynasty. New Kingdom

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian Art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Sculpture of the g

Egyptian Art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Sculpture of the god Ra carved above the entrance of the temple.19th Dynasty. New Kingdom. Abu Simbel. Egypt

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian Art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Sculpture of the g

Egyptian Art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Sculpture of the god Ra carved above the entrance of the temple.19th Dynasty. New Kingdom. Abu Simbel. Egypt

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Temple of Ramses II. Nefertari. Statue near the feet of the

Temple of Ramses II. Nefertari. Statue near the feet of the
Egyptian Art. Temple of Ramses II (1290-1224 BC). Nefertari. Statue near the feet of the colossi of Ramses II. 19th dynasty. New Kingdom. Abu Simbel. Egypt

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. One of the two colo

Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. One of the two colossal statues depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) seated with the nemes head and surmounted by the double crown. 19th Dynasty

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Temple of Ramses II. Nefertari. Statue near the feet of the

Temple of Ramses II. Nefertari. Statue near the feet of the
Egyptian Art. Temple of Ramses II (1290-1224 BC). Nefertari. Statue near the feet of the colossi of Ramses II. 19th dynasty. New Kingdom. Abu Simbel. Egypt

Background imageImages Dated 7th December 2003: Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Four colossal statu

Egyptian art. Great Temple of Ramses II. Four colossal statues depicting the pharaoh Ramses II (1290-1224 BC) seated with the nemes head and surmounted by the double crown. 19th Dynasty. New Kingdom



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