Egyptian Art. / Western temple of Philae.



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Hypaethral Kiosk (Trajan’s Kiosk; Western temple), Temple of Isis complex at Philae
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Egyptian Art.
Western temple of Philae.
Philae, Egypt
Ancient Egypt
Style Period
Egypt, Roman period
ca. 96 C.E.
8.2 x 9.9 cm.
Architecture, Sculpture, and the Industrial Arts Among the Nations of Antiquity / a series of illustrations arranged chronologically, and forming an atlas, to be used in connection with any work on the history of art. Authorized American edition, published under the supervision of S. R. Koehler. Boston: L. Prang and Company, 1879. Series I.
temple relocated to current site on Agilkia Island, 1974-1979
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Plate 2, figure 5
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Allan T. Kohl

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2338 x 1938
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"Egyptian Art.; Western temple of Philae." In the digital collection Historic Illustrations of Art and Architecture. University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. Accessed March 03, 2024.
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