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The Mortuary temple of Hatshepsut. c1479 BC. It is a colonnaded structure, which was designed and implemented by Senemut, the royal architect of Hatshepsut, to serve for her posthumous worship and to honor the glory of Amun. The temple is built into a cliff face that rises sharply above it and consists of three layered terraces reaching 30 meters (97 ft ) in height. These terraces are connected by long ramps which were once surrounded by gardens.

The Mortuary temple of Hatshepsut, who ruled Egypt from around 1479 BC until her death in 1458 BC, is situated beneath the cliffs at Deir el.

Tomb of Pashedu, Servant in the Place of Truth, Deir el-Medina, Egypt, reigns of Seti I and Ramesses II, 13th cent. BC

Tomb of Pashedu, Servant in the Place of Truth, Deir el-Medina, Egypt, reigns…

10 Most Impressive Ancient Egyptian Temples

Hatshepsut’s Red Chapel. Karnak - intended as a barque shrine and originally, may have stood between her two obelisks. It was lined with carved stones that depicted significant events in Hatshepsut's life.

Hatshepsut’s Red Chapel. Karnak - intended as a barque shrine and originally, may have stood between her two obelisks. It was lined with carved stones that depicted significant events in Hatshepsut's life.

The Pyramids of Giza

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Pyramid and Memorial Temple (Labyrinth) of Nesi (Pharaoh) Amenemhat III, 12th Dynasty, Middle Kingdom, Hawara - jeanclaudegolvin.comjeanclaudegolvin.com

Egyptian pyramid in Hawara reconstruction - The huge mortuary temple that originally stood adjacent to this pyramid is believed to have formed the basis of the complex of buildings with galleries and courtyards called a "labyrinth" by Herodotus.

Temple de Ptah, Karnak.

Temple de Ptah, Karnak.

Beautifully preserved life-size painted limestone funerary sculptures of Prince Rahotep and his wife Nofret. Note the lifelike eyes of inlaid rock crystal (Old Kingdom). Photo: Dr. Amy Calvert

Beautifully preserved life-size painted limestone funerary sculptures of Prince Rahotep and his wife Nofret. Note the lifelike eyes of inlaid rock crystal (Old Kingdom)

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