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stones reused   Shoshenq III Pylon of the temple of Amun at Tanis. The statue on the right, Ramesses II, came from  Pi Ramses and reused in the new Tanita capital.

stones reused Shoshenq III Pylon of the temple of Amun at Tanis. The statue on the right, Ramesses II, came from Pi Ramses and reused in the new Tanita capital.

Statue of Amenhotep lll. Eighteenth Dynasty, around 1350BC. From his mortuary temple at Thebes. This statue came from the vast funerary temple of Amenhotep III on the West Bank at Thebes, famous for the so called 'Colossi of Memnon'. This was one of the largest temples ever constructed in Egypt, and it was home to many statues of the king and the gods. The temple stood on the edge of the cultivated area, and seems to have been designed to be flooded during the annual inundation of the Nile.

Statue of Amenhotep lll. Eighteenth Dynasty, around 1350BC. From his mortuary temple at Thebes. This statue came from the vast funerary temple of Amenhotep III on the West Bank at Thebes, famous for the so called 'Colossi of Memnon'. This was one of the largest temples ever constructed in Egypt, and it was home to many statues of the king and the gods. The temple stood on the edge of the cultivated area, and seems to have been designed to be flooded during the annual inundation of the Nile.

Estatuas colosales de Ramses II en el templo de Karnak,Tebas,Egipto. Actual Luxor,Egipto.

Estatuas colosales de Ramses II en el templo de Karnak,Tebas,Egipto. Actual Luxor,Egipto.

Temple of Isis, Aswan, Egypt Also, known as Philae. PS whomever took my black cat, Isis, back in 2005 please return. I loved that cat!

Temple of Isis, Aswan, Egypt Also, known as Philae. PS whomever took my black cat, Isis, back in 2005 please return. I loved that cat!

Outer Coffin of Tabakenkhonsu: Jackal from Top Period: Late Period, Kushite Dynasty: Dynasty 25 Date: ca. 680–670 B.C. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Temple of Hatshepsut, Hathor Shrine, pit in hypostyle hall, EEF 1894–1895 Medium: Wood, gesso, paint, stucco

Outer Coffin of Tabakenkhonsu: Jackal from Top Period: Late Period, Kushite Dynasty: Dynasty 25 Date: ca. 680–670 B.C. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, Deir el-Bahri, Temple of Hatshepsut, Hathor Shrine, pit in hypostyle hall, EEF 1894–1895 Medium: Wood, gesso, paint, stucco

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