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Sphinx at Gizeh

Fig. 1. Entrance to the 7th pyramid (the northern, eastward of the Great Pyramid); Fig. 2. Entrance to the 8th pyramid (the central, eastward of the Great Pyramid); Fig. 3. The casing-stones of the 8th pyramid; Fig. 4. Entrance to the 9th pyramid (the southern to the eastward of the Great Pyramid).

Pyramids of Dashoor: map, views, sections of northern and southern brick pyramids, and hieroglyphics.

Second Pyramid. Passages and chambers.

Fig. 1. Hieroglyphics on the rocks near the north-western angle; Fig. 2. Remains of quarries and hieroglyphics on the rock to the northward.

1st pyramide of Ghizeh, Wellington's chamber. Marks (drawn full size) on east end, near the north-east corner.

Third Pyramid. Apartments &c.

Fig. 1-4. Southern fronts of the three (4th, 5th and 6th) pyramids, and the Third Pyramid, in the distance.

Third Pyramid. Plans and sections of passages &c.

General view of the pyramids.

Pyramids of Abooseer [Abouseir]: map, section, plan, views, and hieroglyphics.

Pyramids of Abouseir: sections, plan, views, and hieroglyphics.

Fig. 1. The tents ; Fig. 2. Bridge in the southern dyke.

Map of the pyramids of Middle Egypt and the adjacent country. From observations made in 1839 by Mr. Perring.

Great Pyramid. Vertical and horizontal sections. Fig. 1. Vertical section from south to north through passages and chambers ; Fig. 2. Plan and horizontal section through A-B.

Pyramid of Aboo-Roash [Abu Rawwash]. Figs. 1-4. Plan and sections of the pyramid of Aboo-Roash; Fig. 5. Ruined pyramid of Aboo-Roash, from Kerdassy [Kirdâsah]; Fig. 6. Pyramid Aboo-Roash from the s.-w. angle.

Second Pyramid. Section and plan.

Southern and small stone pyramids of Dashhoor: view, plans, sections, and hieroglyphics.

Pyramids to the east of Great Pyramid.

Fig. 1. View of the upper entrance; Fig. 2. View of lower entrance; Figs. 3. and 4. Excavations near the north-western and south-western angles.

Great Pyramid.

Map of the pyramids of Ghizeh and vicinity. Part 1.

Third Pyramid. Vertical and horizontal sections.

Second Pyramid. Perspective view.

1st pyramide of Ghizeh, Wellington's chamber. Marks in centre of east end (drawn 1/2 size).

Pyramids to the south of Third Pyramid.

Great Pyramid. Hieroglyphical writing in the chambers of construction No. 2. Lady Arbuthnot's chamber.

Fig. 1. Eastern excavation in the northern front of the Great Pyramid; Fig. 2. Western excavation in the northern front of the Great Pyramid; Fig. 3. View of the casing-stones; Fig. 4. Vignette (represents the western excavation on a smaller scale, in order to give a better idea of the operations).

Map of the pyramids of Ghizeh and vicinity. Part 2.

Pyramids of Saccara: No. 3. Fig. 1. Vertical section through apartment, looking west; Fig. 2. Sectional plan through A-B

Pyramids of Saccara: section and plans of No. 2 in map, central view of the pyramids, and view of the Great Pyramid, No. 3.

Title page. Part 1. The Great Pyramid.

Southern stone pyramid of Dashoor. Passages &c. discovered Oct. 20, 1839.

Pyramids of Reegah & of Zowyet el Arrian. (Figs. 1-3. Sections and plan of pyramid of Reegah; Figs. 4-6. Pyramid of Reegah. Hieroglyphics, 1/6th size; Fig. 7. View of the pyramids.)

Great Pyramid. Vertical section of chambers and passages.

Sarcophagus found in Col. Campbell's tomb (now in the British Museum): hieroglyphical characters and deities on the left side.

Pyramids of Saccara: No. 3. Plan of passages and apartments.

Pyramids of Gizeh. Section of rock from S. to N. along E. front of pyramids.

Pyramids of Lisht and Meydoom: map, views, and sections.

Great Pyramid. Queen's chamber, lower end of great passage &c.

Sarcophagus found in Campbell's tomb: view of the sarcophagus, plan, deities at the foot, hierogliphical characters at the head and on the lid.

Third Pyramid. Sarcophagus with lid restored.

Title page. Part 3. The pyramids to the southward of Gizeh and at Abou Roash: also, Campbell's tomb, and a section of the rock at Gizeh: from actual survey and admeasurement. With notes and references by J. S. Perring ... Accompanied by remarks on the hieroglyphics, by S. Birch.

Third Pyramid. Picturesque view.

Pyramids of Saccara: No. 3. Sections of apartments &c.

Second Pyramid. Belzoni's chamber.

Fig. 1. Entrance to the Great Pyramid ; Fig. 2. Central excavation in the northern front of the Great Pyramid.

Pyramids of Saccara: sections.

Great Pyramid. Hieroglyphical writing in the chambers of construction No. 1.

Great Pyramid. Hieroglyphical writing in chambers of construction No. 3. Campbell's chamber.

Pyramids of Saccara: map.

Plan and sections of Campbell's tomb.

Northern stone pyramid of Dashoor: view, plans, and sections.

Remains of the coffin of Mycerinus, found in the Third Pyramid.

Title page. Part 2. The Second and Third pyramids, the three smaller to the southward of the Third, and the three to the eastward of the Great Pyramid.

Pyramids of Illahoon, Howara, Biahhmoo, and El Koofa: views, plans, and sections.

Great Pyramid. King's chamber and chambers of construction No. 2.

Fig. 1. View of the building in Col. Campbell's tomb; Fig. 2. View of Col. Campbell's tomb.

Great Pyramid. King's chamber and chambers of construction No. 1.

Great Pyramid. Subterraneous apartment &c.

Third Pyramid. Small ante room and portcullis.

Fig. 1. Pavement and pit before the northern front; Fig. 2. Entrance.

Second Pyramid. Lower chamber and portcullis.

View on the Nile - Ferry to Gizeh

Approach of the Simoom - desert of Gizeh.

Architecture : coupes et détails de la grande pyramide de Gizeh (Chéops ou Choufon, IVe. dynastie)

Architecture : plan topographique d'une partie de la nécropole de Memphis (pyramids de Gizeh)

Pyramids of Gizeh.

Gizeh, pyramides et tombeaux des Bedouins.

Pyramids of Khephren at Gizeh

Route à Gizeh.

Pyramid of Cheops at Gizeh

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