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.
Pavillion of Traian, from northwest. Ptolemaic Period. Filae (Island of Agilkia).
- The rectangular kiosk has fourteen columns with bell capitals and screen walls, two of which are decorated with scenes representing Trajan making offerings to Isis, Osiris and Horus.
The facade of the temple of Hathor, from south view.
- The temple of Hathor was erected by Ptolemy VI Philometer and Evergete II and decorated later by Augustus.
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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