Item 20365 - PHOTO0000003068

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FR PUNES AG 12-Photo-CLT-20365




  • 1960-03 (Creation)

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1 black-and-white photo print.

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English transcription: Wadi es Sebui (94 miles south of Aswan, left bank). Temple of Amon-Ra and Ra-Horakhti built during the reign of Rameses II (1290-1223 B.C.). The fallen head of a colossus lies before the pylon of the temple. The statues, sphinxes and reliefs could be removed to a museum.
French transcription: Ouadi es Seboua (150 km au sud d'Assouan, rive gauche) - Le temple d'Amon-Rê et Rê-Harakhti construit sous le règne de Ramsès II (1290-1223 av. J.C.) - Tête d'un colosse tombée devant le pylône du temple. On envisage de transporter les statues, sphinx, reliefs, dans des musées.
Description: Photograph showing the head of a colossus, Wadi es Sebui, Nubia.
Location: Nubia

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UNESCO / Paul Almasy. See Reproduction notice here: Photographic Archives

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  • French

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  • Latin

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