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Dendera: Egyptian Planisphere from the ceiling of a shrine dedicated to the god Osiris in the temple of Hathor at Dendera. Renowned as the only complete map of an ancient sky.
View of ruins with the column of Tarhaqa.
Ras Mohammed: Double panorama of the inlet on the Red Sea. From the west and from Cherm El Bir.
Portraits: Mamaluke cavalryman, infantry soldier and Bedouin Arab soldier.
Medinet Abou. Remains of the Coptic Church inside the Temple.
Mourad Palace: Mamluks exercising in the Square. Murad Bey effectively ruled Egypt jointly with Ibrahim Bey in the late 18th century.
Double Panorama of Cairo: Contemporaneous view before the considerable expansion and development of the 19th century.
Pyramids and Sphynx: Showing the Nile valley, Giza and two sphinxes, both with intact noses. After Ollfert Dapper’s view of 1665 based on Jesuit descriptions.
Khartoum: Four Views of the Fort, the Palace, Looking down the Nile, and Looking up the Nile.
Grand Approach to the Temple of Philae.
Luxor: View of the Temple from the south. Imperial edition of the Description de L’Egypte which recorded the highly influential Napoleonic expedition.
Sudan: View of the Meroe Pyramids at al-Bagrawiya.
Dendera: Temple of Hathor. Egyptian Zodiac from the ceiling of a shrine dedicated to the god Osiris in the temple of Hathor at Dendera. Renowned as the only complete map of an ancient sky.
Kalabsha (Talmis): View of the Temple relocated for the building of the Asswan Dam.
Memnomium: Ruins of the mortuary temple of Ammenhoptep III at Kom el-Hettan.
Colossi of Memnon: The northern statue depicts Amenhotep III with his mother Mutemwia, and the southern statue the pharaoh with his wife Tiy.
Entrance to the Beni Hassan Cemetery.
Panorama of the ruins at Luxor of the Temple of Ramses II.
Luxor: Entrance to the Palace, Imperial edition of the Description de l’Egypte which recorded the highly influential Napoleonic expedition.
Nile River: First and Second Cataracts. Eight views between the two cataracts of the Nile.
Bab al-Kalabsha: Portico of the Temple of Kalabshi, the lesser sun god Mandulis. Built in 30 BC but never completed, the temple was moved to Lake Nasser after the building of the Aswan dam.
Luxor: View of the north east ruins of the temple and Pylon of Ramses II.
View from under the portico of the Temple of Edfu.
Cairo: Obelisk of On: On the site of the ancient city of Heliopolis.
Karnak: Oblique view through the Hypostyle Hall. The reliefs on the columns detail the reigns and battles of Seti I and Ramesses II.
Panorama of the Lybian Mountains (Eastern Desert range) from the Temple of Luxor.
Dendera: Facade of the Temple of the goddess Hathor. To the right of the entrance is a depiction of Cleopatra.
Battle of Tel El Kebir: Bird’s Eye view of General Wolseley’s victory over the Arabi Pasha’s Egyptian forces. With key.
Panoramic view from the Pyramids at Giza to the Citadel of Cairo. With Key. The Anglo Egyptian War of 1882 ended with a British victory that expanded the British Empire’s control over Egypt.
Nile River: Slave Boat on the Nile looking towards the Pyramids of Dashour and Saccara.
Alexandria: Panorama of the City and Port with key in Dutch and French. After the 1665 view by Arnoldus Montanus.
View of the city at the junction of the Blue and White Nile.
Ismalia: View at the half-way point of the newly opened Suez Canal linking Eastern Asia and Europe.
Approach of the Simoon: The Great Sphynx with the infamous, hot cyclonic wind twisting up before the darkening sun. The most dramatic scene in the series. RARE subscribers’ edition.
Edfu (Apollinopolis Magna): View from within the temple portico. After Vivant Denon, engraved by John Pass.
The Sphynx: With the pyramids of Khufu, Kharfre, Menkuare, and one of the pyramids of the Queens.
Valley of the Kings: Approach to Tombs of the Pharaohs.
Medinet Abou. Distant view of the Temple.
Temple of Edfou at Ancient Appolinopolis Magna. Dedicated to the god Horace.
Colossi of Memnon and a distant view of Medinat Habu.
Entrance to the Tombs of the Kings: Biban-el-Molook in the Valley of the Kings.
Suez: View of the the town and the Gulf.
Nilometer on the Island of Rhoda. Nilometers, or al-Miqyas, were used to measure the levels of the Nile.
Island of Er-Rhodah (Rhoda Island): Southern part of the Island with the town of Masr El-Ateekah in old Cairo.
Sphinx (Abu al Haul): With the Pyramids of Cheops (Khufu) and Chephren (Khafre): Drawn from life during Hildebrandt’s ’round-the-world’ voyage.
Cairo: Panoramic view on the Nile with views of the environs, aqueduct, and water-wheel with explanatory text in French.
Grand entrance to Thebes: After Vivant Denon, engraved by John Pass.
Great Courtyard of Karnak and the Column of Taharqa.
Alexandria: View from Abu al-Abbas al-Mursi Mosque.
Scene with Crocodiles: Near Wady Dabod.
Panoramic view of the temple complex and sacred lake from the Tomb of Horemheb.
Temple of Luxor: View from the west of the central temple ruins.
Nile River: Aqueduct of the Nile from the Island of Rhoda.
Grand Cairo: Panoramic view with Muhhamad Ali Pasha mosque in the foreground.
Medinet Abou (Habu): Mortuary temple of Ramesses III. Interior of the ruins.
Memnon. The Great Colossi and fragments at the Memnonium.
Cairo to Khartoum: Nile River. Showing the route from Cairo of the expedition led by Gen. Wolseley to relieve Gen. Gordon at Khartoum.
Giza: View of the Sphynx and and four examples of pyramids. With text in French relating to their design and history.
Giza: Great pyramid Cheops, second pyramid Cephren and the Sphynx.
Double Panorama of the port with the minaret of Amr Ibn Al-Aas and the Nile towards the east of the city.
Alexandria: Panorama of the city with vignettes of Cleopatra’s Palace, Alexander’s obelisque and the tower interior with explanatory text in French.
Nubia: Abyssinian Slaves at Korti.
Alexandria: Panorama of the ancient Acropolis with ‘Pompey’s Pillar’, a memorial to Diocletian misnamed during the Crusades.
Alexandria: Bird’s eye view from Pharos Island and the fort of Qaitbay towards the lake of Mariout. Within days of this view being drawn, British forces seized the city, remaining until 1956.
Erment, Ancient Hermontis, Upper Egypt: View of the temple ruins originally dedicated to the god Montu.
Alexandria Harbour: Panoramic view showing the principal collonaded avenue towards Pharos Island and the old port on the left, with the Great Harbour, the Temple of Neptune and Timonium of Alexander on the right.
Abu Simble: Elevation of the Great Temple of Ramses II with the four colossi of the Pharaoh with a bas-relief of the god Ra Harakht in centre.