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Ancient Egypt

In this collection are sets of images for the following sites:

Giza, Dendara, Abydos, Hatshepsut Temple, Luxor, Karnak, Ramasseum, Edfu, Esna, Kom Ombo, and Philae.

 

´┐ŻNOTICE

I reserve all rights to the following images.  They are provided free of charge for educational purposes here, and may be freely accessed for viewing within the context of this website for educational purposes. However, these images are protected by copyright law and may not be copied for any purpose by any means without prior permission. The original digital images, slides, or high resolution scans via e-mail are available for academic use to interested scholars upon inquiry at 

drkiracofe@interamericaninstitute.org

I have provided a small group representative images here. A complete set of images from these sites, either from original digital photography or slide duplicates (both formats were used in the original work) or scans of the original slide images together with metadata in spreadsheet format,  is also available, for a fee, to accredited institutions for on campus educational use.

Complete catalogues are available upon request.

Because the images presented here are intended only as samples they have been reduced in size and pixel count from the originals. However you may click on any of the thumbnails below to view them at a fraction of original size. Use the Back button on your browser to return to thumbnail. Full size high resolution images are available.

 

Giza

 

Luxor

The Winter Palace Hotel, famous home away from home of European Egyptologists including Amelia Peabody.

The Temple:

 

Karnak

The largest religious structure ever built, the Temple of Karnak was under construction for over 2,000 years.

Thebes

Temple of Hatshepsut

 

Dendara

Cult center of Hathor

 

Abydos

Cult center of Osiris

 

Esna

Temple of Khnum

 

Edfu

Temple of Horus

 

Kom Ombo

Temple of Haroeris  (Horus the Elder) and Sobek, the Crocodile God

 

 

Philae

Cult center of Isis