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Head of Hatshepsut Featured Cairo Print

Head of Hatshepsut

Head of Hatshepsut. Fragment of a statue from the queen's temple at Deir el-Bahari representing Hatshepsut in the form of Osiris. Country of Origin: Egypt Culture: Ancient Egyptian. Date/Period: 18th Dynasty, c. 1475 BC. Place of Origin: Deir el-Bahari, temple of Hatshepsut. Material Size: painted limestone H=61 cm. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Egyptian Museum, Cairo . Location: 47

© Werner Forman Archive / Heritage-Images

Mortuary temple of Ramesses III, Luxor, Egypt Featured Cairo Print

Mortuary temple of Ramesses III, Luxor, Egypt

Medinet Habu is the name commonly given to the Mortuary Temple of Ramesses III, an important New Kingdom period structure in the location of the same name on the West Bank of Luxor in Egypt

© Nick Brundle - Photography

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Statues of Ramses II as Osiris in Karnak Temple, Luxor, Egypt Featured Cairo Print

Statues of Ramses II as Osiris in Karnak Temple, Luxor, Egypt

The Karnak temple complex is a vast open-air museum, and the second largest ancient religious site in the world, after the Angkor Wat Temple of Cambodia. It is believed to be the second most visited historical site in Egypt; only the Giza Pyramids near Cairo receive more visits. It consists of four main parts, of which only the largest is currently open to the general public

© Nick Brundle - Photography