HISTORY OF EGYPTIAN ARCHITECTURE

KARNAK No.14

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



  • Akh-Menu of Tuthmosis III (the festival hall), seen from west. (XVIII Dynasty)




  • The Festival Hall.


  • Photo: Shoji Hiramatsu

    [No.1]
    : Avenue of cryocephalous sphinxes
    [No.2]
    : Temple of Ramesses III; Facade
    [No.3]
    : Temple of Ramesses III; Courtyard
    [No.4]
    : Temple of Ramesses III; Hypostyle hall
    [No.5]
    : Temple of Amon-Ra; Ethiopian courtyard
    [No.6]
    : Temple of Seti II
    [No.7]
    : Temple of Amon-Ra; Hypostyle hall 1
    [No.8]
    : Temple of Amon-Ra; Hypostyle hall 2
    [No.9]
    : Temple of Amon-Ra; Hypostyle hall 3
    [No.10]
    : Temple of Amon-Ra; Hypostyle hall 4
    [No.11]
    : Temple of Amon-Ra; Hypostyle hall 5
    [No.12]
    : Temple of Amon-Ra; Obelisk
    [No.13]
    : Temple of Amon-Ra; Helaldic pillars
    [No.14]
    : Temple of Tuthmosis III 1
    [No.15]
    : Temple of Tuthmosis III 2; interior
    [No.16]
    : Temple of Tuthmosis III 3
    [No.17]
    : Temple of Tuthmosis III 4; Scenic view
    [No.18]
    : Scenic view
    [No.19]
    : Distant view; Obelisk
    [No.20]
    : 8th and 9th Pylon
    [No.21]
    : Night view

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