SOME PICTORIAL MONUMENTS OF EGYPT

RED CHAPEL
This famous monument built in Karnak by queen Hatshepsut has been restored thanks to the Centre Franco-Égyptien d'Étude des temples de Karnak.
THE COURT OF
FESTIVALS

Erected by Thutmosis IV in Karnak, the restoration has been in progress for several years. You will see here the successive phases.
BEHBEIT EL HAGGAR
The temple of Behbeit-el-Haggar, one of the most beautiful of the Delta is left to ruin and pillage. It was dedicated to the sheathed Osiris and to Isis.
TEMPLE OF SETHY I
This famous monument is very well preserved. The presentation concerns the internal chapel called the "Osirian".
TEMPLE OF
MONTUHOTEP

This temple of the Middle Kingdom is in Deir el-Bahari, at the foot of that of Hatshepsut.
DEIR EL-BAHARI
- 3rd terrace

This last terrace of the temple of Hatshepsut, the highest, was opened to the public after advanced restoration.
TEMPLE OF MUT
The walled enclosure of Mut is difficult to visit. It includes numerous statuaries, in particular of the goddess Sekhmet.
AMENHOTEP III
TEMPLE AT EL KAB

The repository temple dedicated to Nekhbet-Hathor by Amenhotep III in El Kab
TEMPLE OF
QASR EL-AGUZ

The small Ptolemaic temple-chapel of Qasr el-Aguz on the west bank of Luxor.
FUNERARY TEMPLE
OF MERENPTAH

This monument was built in several phases which, starting from a simple initial plan, reorganised, then innovative structures added.
WORKSHOPS AND WAREHOUSES OF THE TEMPLE AT KARNAK
This is a comparison of the current remains of the temple of Karnak, from the time of Ramesses II, with details from the tomb of Neferrenpet TT178.
TOMBS OF
DEIR EL-MEDINEH

For nearly five centuries, the village was home to craftsmen and families of the roal tombs, mainly of the Ramesside period (19/20th dynasties).
Here are pages devoted to a special article about the cemetery of the village.