%k interior ffiuto.
Nearly the whole of the chambers lying outside the main hall are in
ruins, though enough of the walls are left standing to enable the inscriptions
to be traced and translated.
The photograph represents one of the lateral chambers, with sculptures
on the left-hand walls.
Excepting the fagacle, there is little in this temple to interest any
one but the Egyptologist. To the artist or photographer it offers few
attractions, the. building being in most cases a chaos of stone, piled up
in such a manner as effectually to prevent any picturesque view being