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Obelisk

Obelisk at Axum

Outline of an Ibis from an Egyptian Obelisk; Egyptian Ibis.

Obelisk at Alexandria, commonly called Cleopatra's needle.

Obelisk of On

Obelisk at Luxor

Neues Reich. Dynastie XVII. Oestl. Theben [EasternThebes]. Karnak, Obelisk A.

Neues Reich. Dynastie XVII. Theben [Thebes]. Karnak, Obelisk B.

Altes Reich. Dynastie IV, V. Pyramiden von Giseh [Jîzah]: a. Grab 41.; b. Obelisk [jetzt im K. Museum zu Berlin.], Grab 41.; c. Grab 38.

Altes Reich. Dynastie XII. a - c Felseninschriften von Assuan [Aswân] und d. von Hammamât; e. f. Fragmente zweier Statuen und g. einer Säule aus Krokodilopolis; h. Obelisk von Heliopolis; I. Opfertisch [jetzt im K. Museum zu Berlin]

Obelisk - fourth side.

Obelisk - third side.

Altes Reich. Dynastie XII. Medinet el Faiûm [Krokodilopolis]: Obelisk von Begig - a. Obertheil; b. Süd-Seite; c. Nord-Seite; d. e. Aufriss; f. Durchschnitt der Spitze; Ansicht von Nordosten.

Griechische Inschriften aus Philae. 200, 201: Quai; 202, 203: Obelisk; 204-208: Säulengang F.; Dem. 183, 184: Philae.

Neues Reich. Dynastie XIX. a - c. Statue in Alexandrien [Alexandria]; d. Obelisk von San [Tanis]; e - h. Statue in Metrahenne [Mît Ruhaynah]; i. k. Felseninschriften neben der zweiten Pyramide von Giseh [Jîzah]; l. vom Osiristempel zu Abydos.

Obelisk - first side.

Obelisk - second side.

Neues Reich. Dynastie XVII. Theben [ Thebes]. Karnak, Obelisk B.

Neues Reich. Dynastie XVIII. Obelisk in Konstantinopel.

Workman towing a boat containing an obelisk or a block of stone. (Kouyunjik) [Quyunjik].

Obelisk or stone in boat. (Kouyunjik) [Quyunjik].

Egyptian obelisk, Central Park.

The obelisk, Central Park, N.Y. City.

The obelisk, Central Park, N.Y.

Egyptian obelisk, Central Park.

Egyptian obelisk, Central Park.

The obelisk, Central Park, N.Y. City.

Egyptian obelisk, Central Park.

The obelisk, Central Park, N.Y.

The Broken Obelisk, Karnac

Obelisk and granite lotus column, Karnac

Obelisk "Mary, the mother of Washington." Erected by S.E. Burrowes.

The smaller obelisk of Karnak. Belonging to the pylon of Thomthmes I. The fragments of a fellow obelisk strew the ground. Behind is seen the central avenue of the Hall of Columns, and the clerestory windows are shown at the left-hand side.

Obelisk of Heliopolis. Formed of red granite ; it has been so much encroached upon by deposits of mud that a considerable portion of its base is now covered.

The obelisk of Luxor. The hieroglyphics are cleanly and deeply cut in the red granite. The fellow of this monolith has been carried away to Paris, and set up in the Place de la Concorde.

Lagoon and bridge to Machinery Hall, showing Obelisk and Collonade [colonnade], World's Fair, Chicago, U.S.A.

Lagoon and bridge to Machinery Hall, showing Obelisk and Collonade [colonnade], World's Fair, Chicago, U.S.A.

Heliopolis; l'obelisk (Usertesen) [Sesostris I].

Obelisk in front of temple at Luxor