Item 20330 - PHOTO0000003425

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FR PUNES AG 12-Photo-CLT-20330




  • 1960-02 (Creation)

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1 black-and-white photo print.

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English transcription: Semna (252 miles south of Aswan, right bank). Temple dedicated to Knoum and Sesostris III, built by Tuthmosis III (1504-1450 BC). The reliefs are very well preserved. The Sudanese Antiquities Service will decide on its removal to a safe place.
French transcription: Semna (410 km au sud d'Assouan, rive droite) - Temple dédié à Khnoum et à Sésostris III, construit par Thoutmosis III (1504-1450 av. J.C.). Les reliefs sont très bien conservés. Le Service des Antiquités de Khartoum décidera du transport du temple en un lieu d'exposition adéquat.
Description: Ruine d'un temple. On voit des murs détruit portant des hieroglyphes ainsi qu'une porte. Au loin une plaine déserte et des rocher.
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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