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Plan topographique des ruines de Thèbes

Luxor, Ramesses II.

Louxor: pendant le inondation

Luxor) Temple, statue de Ramses II (XIX dyn.).

Luxor - vue générale (Thebes)

Luxor - vue générale (Thebes)

Thèbes. Louqsor, vue générale des ruines.


Lousor: vue du nord

Louxor: vue de ....

Luxor, le temple, la grande colonnade.

Luxor, le temple, les colonnes.

1. Entrèe de Loùqssor [Luxor]. 2. Vue de Loùqssor [Luxor].

Monumenti di Ramses III (Sesorti) [Ramses II]. Statua colossale di questo re a Mit-Rahineh [Mît Ruhaynah], territorio memfitico. Altra del medesimo a Luqsor [Luxor].

Fig. 1. Prenome e nome-proprio di Ramses III anaglificamente espresso dietro il colosso di Luqsor [Luxor] sopra nominato. Fig. 2.Horus e il Dio della Nubia gl'impongono le mani. Fig. 3. Riceve da Amon-rê [Amon] con le panegirie la potestà reale.

Theben [Thebes]: Grundriss des Tempels von Luqsor [Luxor].

Vue des antiquités superbes à Luxxor [Luxor], vulgairement tenu pour l'ancienne Thebes. (a. Obélisque, c. Portail, e. Grande colonade, f. Petite colonade.)

Assalto di una cittadella, campo e tenda di Ramses III [Ramses II], vasto soggetto rappresentato sui due baluardi che fiancheggiano la porta (pilone) del palazzo di Luqsor [Luxor].

Ruins of Luxor from the southwest

General view of the ruins of Luxor, from the Nile

At Luxor. Thebes

Grand entrance to the temple at Luxor

Thèbes. Louqsor [Luxor]. Plan topographique des ruines.

Neues Reich. Dynastie XVIII. Theben [Thebes]. Luqsor [Luxor].

Neues Reich. Dynastie XVIII. Theben [Thebes]. Luqsor [Luxor]: Architravinschriften.

Neues Reich. Dynastie XIX. Theben [Thebes]. Luqsor [Luxor]: a. Pylon, Vorderseite; b. Architrav im ersten Hofe.

The mosque of Luxor. Ornamented in black upon a white-washed ground in the manner characteristic of Upper Egypt.


Niche in an ancient Christian church, Luxor. Part of the temple of Amenoph III, converted into a church. Frescoes, of some pretentions to artistic merit, half cover the ancient bas-reliefs ; and the figures of Egyptian gods mingle eccentrically with the aureoles of Christian saints.

Macedonier. Alexander II. Oestl[iches] Theben [Thebes]: a. Karnak, grosser Tempel; b.c. Luqsor [Luxor], Cella.

Macedonier. Alexander II. Oestl[iches] Theben [Thebes]: a. Luqsor [Luxor], Cella ; b.c.d. Karnak, Chons [Khonsu]-Tempel.


Luxor, le temple, statues Ramses.

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