HISTORY OF EGYPTIAN ARCHITECTURE

LUXOR No.1

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




  • Temple of Luxor or Temple of Amon-Ra (Temple of Amenhotep III).
    The first pylon seen from the dromos.


  • The entrance to the Temple of Luxor, with the courtyard of Nectanebo and the pylon of Ramesses II.


  • Photo: Shoji Hiramatsu

    [No.1]Dromos : [No.2]Sphinxes, Courtyard of Ramesses II
    [No.3]Courtyard of Ramesses II : [No.4]Courtyard of Amenhotep III
    [No.5]Great colonnade : [No.6]Hypostyle hall
    [No.7]Sacrarium : [No.8]Colossi of Memnon
    [No.9]Valley of the Kings

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