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Abydos, Egypt, the mortuary temple of pharaoh Seti I, Menmaatra, (XIX° dyn. 1321-1186 B.C.)
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Egypt, Aswan, Nile River, Agilkia Island, Philae, Relief Carving
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Abydos, Egypt, the mortuary temple of pharaoh Seti I, Menmaatra, (XIX° dyn. 1321-1186 B.C.) - the king incense the goddess Mut
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Head of Hathor, Temple of Isis at Philae (Unesco World Heritage List, 1979), Agilkia Island, Aswan, Egypt. Egyptian civilisation
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Goddess hathor, Temple of Queen Hatshepsut Deir el-Bahri, luxor Thebes, Egypt
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Dendera Egypt, ptolemaic temple dedicated to the goddess Hathor: a capitol with the goddess Hathor
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Abydos, Egypt, the mortuary temple of pharaoh Seti I, Menmaatra, (XIX° dyn. 1321-1186 B.C.)
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Dendera temple of Hathor goddess. Upper Egypt
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Egypt, Dendera, Ptolemaic temple of the goddess Hathor.Carvings on external wall
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Inside the temple of Hathor, Ancient Egyptian goddess of motherhood, in Deir el-Medina near Luxor (Thebes), Egypt. Deir el-Medina was a village inhabited by...
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Abydos, Egypt, the mortuary temple of pharaoh Seti I, Menmaatra, (XIX° dyn. 1321-1186 B.C.) - The goddess Hathor
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Abydos, Egypt, the mortuary temple of pharaoh Seti I, Menmaatra, (XIX° dyn. 1321-1186 B.C.) -The king adoring the god Horus
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Close-up of the preserved stone carving of the face of the Egyptian Goddess Hathor, depicted here with small cow ears representing one of her numerous roles as...
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Medinet Habu, Luxor, Egypt, Djamet, mortuary temple of King Ramses III, ( XX dyn. 1185 -1078 B.C) - the goddess Hathor
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Dendera Egypt, ptolemaic temple dedicated to the goddess Hathor. Carvings on external wall of the mammisi
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Temple of Hathor Dandarah or Dendera, Ptolemaic period, 1st century b.C., Qena, Egypt
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Abydos, Egypt, the mortuary temple of pharaoh Seti I, Menmaatra, (XIX° dyn. 1321-1186 B.C.) - Three jackals
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Abydos, Egypt, the mortuary temple of pharaoh Seti I, Menmaatra, (XIX° dyn. 1321-1186 B.C.) - a scene on a wall
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Dendera Egypt, ptolemaic temple dedicated to the goddess Hathor. Carvings on external wall
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Basalt statue of the Pharaoh Menkaure, Cairo Museum, Egypt. Menkaure (Mycerinus) was a Pharaoh of the 4th dynasty of Ancient Egypt
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