HISTORY OF EGYPTIAN ARCHITECTURE
: 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.
Temple of Isis; The first Pylon, seen from courtyard.
Temple of Isis; The second Pylon.
- The second Pylon is 22m high and 32m wide and not exectly parallel to the first Pylon.
Strong ray of the sun and shadow.
Photo: Shoji Hiramatsu
[No.1]Temple of Isis
: [No.2]Temple of Isis, 1st Pylon
[No.3]Temple of Isis, Doromos
: [No.4]Temple of Isis, courtyard, 2nd Pylon
[No.5]Temple of Isis, Hypostyle Hall
: [No.6]Temple of Isis, Mammisi, Site view
[No.7]Pavillion of Trajan, Temple of Hathor
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