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Thèbes. Karnak. 1-3. Vue et détails de l'un des sphinx placés à l'entrée principale du palais; 4. Détail de l'un des sphinx de l'allée du sud; 5. Petit torse en granit trouvé près de la porte du sud.

Thèbes. Karnak. Vue et détails des Sphinx de l'Avenue des propylées du palais.

Pyramides et Sphinx de Giseh; Colosse de Memphis

Temple de Khons; Avenue des Sphinx

Égypte Moyenne. Le Sphinx

Sphinx et la pyramides de Ceops avec leterly[?]

Sphinx Armachis [neg. 232]

Pyramide de Cheops le Sphinx et le temple de Chefre

Temple Chafre Sphinx & Pyramide Cheops.

Sakara - sphinx and pyramid

Karnak - Avenue des Sphinx. Porte Ptolematïque vue du nord (Thebes).

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