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Erment [Armant] (Hermonthis). Bas-reliefs sculptés dans le sanctuaire du temple.

Erment [Armant] (Hermonthis). Bas-reliefs sculptés dans le sanctuaire du temple.

 
 
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Egypt impressed the imagination of all European cultures for a very loan time. 19th century Egyptomania was as a result of Napoleon's Egyptian Campaign (1798–1801) and, as a result of the scientific study of ancient Egyptian remains and culture inspired by this campaign. Western interest in ancient Egyptian history has led to extensive archaeological expeditions and innumerable collections of these magnificent antiquities worldwide.

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1809 - 1821
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Paris
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