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Sphinx at Gizeh

Sphinx et la pyramides de Ceops avec leterly[?]

Colossi and Sphynx at Wady Saboua, Nubia

Sphinx Armachis [neg. 232]

The Sphinx. Called by the Arabs "Father of terrors." It faces the east, and is hewn out of the natural rock.

Pyramide de Cheops le Sphinx et le temple de Chefre

[Two designs for ceilings [?] with figures of humans, sphinxes, and satyrs.]

Temple Chafre Sphinx & Pyramide Cheops.

Sakara - sphinx and pyramid

Karnak, allée des sphinx et le pylône d'Eugertes II.

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

Sakara - sphinx and pyramid

Avenue des beliers de Karnak

682. Pyramide [ ] Cheops Sphinxe et Caravan

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