HISTORY OF EGYPTIAN ARCHITECTURE

Chronogical Table

[note]: There are some opinions about the age and the division


  • GIZA : Pyramids, Giza, Old Kingdom 4th Dynasty, 2545-2450 B.C. ; Giza, Egypt.

  • DEIR EL-BAHALI : Deir El-Bahari; Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut (18th Dinasty, B.C. 1490-1468) and Mentuhotep II,III (11th Dinasty, B.C.2061-1998), Thebes, Egypt

  • KARNAK : The Temple of Amon-Ra at Karnak, 12th dynasty-Ptolemaic period, c.2000 B.C.-c.220 B.C. ; Karnak, Egypt.

  • LUXOR : Temple of Amenhotep III, 18th Dynasty, c.1370 B.C. and Temple of Ramesses II, 19th Dynasty, c.1250 B.C.; Luxor, Egypt.

  • ABU SIMBEL : Abu Simbel Great rok temples of RamessesII, XIXth Dynasty, c.1250 B.C. relocated at 1963-72. ; Abu Simbel, Egypt.

  • DENDERA : Temple of Hathor, Late Ptolemaic-Roman period. Dendera, Egypt.

  • PHILAE : Temples in Island of Philae (relocated to Island of Agilkia in 1972-1980), 13th Dynasty to Roman period, c.380 B.C.-2nd century. ; Agilkia, Egypt.


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