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Leading kings and queens of ancient Egypt. From top left to right; Menkauhor. Neferhotep. Amenhotep I. Thothmes I. Queen Aahmes. Thothmes II
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Fragment of a wall from the Temple of Karnak. The wall depicted Queen Hatshepsut 18th Dynasty, 1468 BC
Luxor, Karnak, Egypt, incised blocks making up part of the reconstructed red chapel or Chapelle Rouge of Queen Hatshepsut ( New Kingdom 1567-1080) in Open Air...
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Deir el Bahari, Luxor, Egypt: temple of the queen Hatshepsut (New Kingdom 1567-1080 b.C.) at Deir el Bahari called Djeser-Djeseru: the American House or...
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Deir el Bahari, Luxor, Egypt: temple of the queen Hatshepsut (New Kingdom 1567-1080 b.C.) at Deir el Bahari called Djeser-Djeseru: view from the cliff
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Fragment of a wall from the Temple of Karnak. The wall depicted Tutmosis II and Queen Hatshepsut 18th Dynasty, 1480 BC
Egypt: Queen Iti, the wife of the King of Punt depicted in a relief as Hatshepsut's Deir el-Bahri temple, c. 1480 BCE
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Sculptural detail from the temple of Queen Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahari. Western Thebes. A representation of the goddess Hathor who was credited with suckling...
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Ancient statues in Hatshepsut Temple, the famous landmark of Luxor
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Fragment of a wall from the Temple of Karnak. The wall depicted Queen Hatshepsut 18th Dynasty, 1468 BC
The Queen of Punt, detail scene depicting the expedition to the Land of Punt, painted relief, colonnade of Punt, the mortuary temple of Hatshepsut
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Deir el Bahari, Luxor, Egypt: temple of the queen Hatshepsut (New Kingdom 1567-1080 b.C.) at Deir el Bahari called Djeser-Djeseru: a cartouche of a Tutmosis III
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The Mortuary temple of Deir El Bahrti, Queen Hatshepsut, a female pharoah of the eighteenth dynasty of Ancient Egypt is a large building reflecting the long and...
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Sculptural detail from the temple of Queen Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahari, Western Thebes. A representation of the goddess Hathor who was credited with suckling...
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Palais de Karnak, Cour des Bubastites et Entrée Principale de la Salle Hypostyle; Thèbes, 1849/51. Creator: Maxime du Camp
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Palais de Karnak, Salle Hypostyle Prise au Nord; Thèbes, 1849/51, printed 1852. Creator: Maxime du Camp
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Fragment of a wall from the Temple of Karnak. The wall depicted Queen Hatshepsut 18th Dynasty, 1468 BC
Sculptural detail from the temple of Queen Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahari. Western Thebes. A representation of the goddess Hathor who was credited with suckling...
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Deir el Bahari, Luxor, Egypt: temple of the queen Hatshepsut (New Kingdom 1567-1080 b.C.) at Deir el Bahari called Djeser-Djeseru. An osirian pillar
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Hatshepsut temple 08
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