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Tag Archives: Statue
PHOTO OF THE WEEK – AVENUE OF THE SPHINXES – LUXOR
A CLOSE UP OF ONE OF THE SPHINXES ALONG THE 1.2 MILE LONG AVENUE, CALLED THE AVENUE OF THE SPHINXES CONNECTING THE LUXOR TEMPLE WITH SOUTHERN END OT KARNAK TEMPLE. More from Egypt soon Brigitte
Posted in Ancient Stones, Egypt, Luxor, Temple of Karnak Tagged Avenue of the Sphinxes Luxor, Karnak Temple, Sculpture, Sphinx, Statue 2 Comments
EGYPTIAN STATUE SEKHEMKA SOLD FOR $27 MILLION.
DO WE REALLY HAVE THE RIGHT TO SELL OTHER COUNTRIES PRECIOUS ANTIQUITIES? EVEN IF THEY WERE GIFTED TO US? This week Christies Auction House of London sold the statue of SEKHEMKA – a limestone statue, 30″ high, for a little over US 27 … Continue reading
EGYPT’S PAST – IT IS A MATTER OF SIZE
Once upon a time – here stood – at the Ramessuem on the West Bank in Luxor – a statue of Ramses II. When the 69 feet statue, weighing more than 1,000 tons, yes 1000 tons, fell, it broke into … Continue reading
Posted in Ancient Stones, Egypt, HABIBTI YA MASR, Luxor, Pharaohs, Travel Tagged Broken Pieces, Granite, Ramses II, Statue Leave a comment