Michałowski, Kazimierz; Dziewanowski, Andrzej [Ill.]
Karnak — New York [u.a.], 1970

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1. Fragment of a hieroglyphic inscription from
the Eighteenth Dynasty Period with the word
“akhet” = magnificent
2. The Temple of Amun. First courtyard, north-
ern side. In the foreground, the statue of
Ramesses II
3. General view of the Temple of Amun from
the eastern side
4. The Temple of Amun. Avenue of sphinxes
dating from the reign of Ramesses II (Nine-
teenth Dynasty) in front of the First Pylon of
the Temple of Amun. View from the pylon
facing west
5. Fragment of one of the sphinxes of Ramesses II
in front of the First Pylon of the Temple of
Amun. Northern side
6. Sphinx from the reign of Ramesses II. Southern
side of the avenue in front of the First Pylon
of the Temple of Amun
7. The Temple of Amun. View from the top of
the First Pylon towards the southern side of
the first courtyard
8. Ramesses Il’s avenue of sphinxes in front of
the First Pylon of the Temple of Amun.
Northern side
9. The Temple of Amun. Triple chapel of Amun,
Mut and Khons in the northern section of the
first courtyard. Erected during the reign of
Sethos II (Nineteenth Dynasty)
10. The Temple of Amun. First courtyard. View
to the east. In foreground to the right, the
column of Taharqa. To the left, the ambula-
tory of Ramesses IF and colossi. In the back-
ground, the Second Pylon and the Hypostyle
Hall
11. Capital of Taharqa’s column in the first court-
yard of the Temple of Amun
12. The Temple of Amun. Column of Taharqa
in the first courtyard. View from the Temple
of Ramesses III
13. The Temple of Amun. First courtyard, north-
ern side with colossus of Ramesses II
14. Fragment of colossus of Ramesses II (y. ill. 13)
with the figure of the Queen
15. Colossus of Ramesses II (y. ill. 13). View from
the rear
16. The Temple of Amun. Entrance to the Temple
of Ramesses III from the first courtyard. In
the foreground, the statue of the King.
27 17. The Temple of Amun. Hypostyle Hall. North¬

ern side of colonnade dating from the reign
of Ramesses II
18. The Temple of Amun. Great Hypostyle. View
of the window trellis from the central avenue
19. The Temple of Amun. Great Hypostyle.
Southern side. View from above
20. The Temple of Amun. Great Hypostyle. View
from the eastern side
21. The Temple of Amun. Great Hypostyle. In
the background, the damaged statue of King
Sethos II
22. The Temple of Amun. Great Hypostyle.
South-western corner. In the foreground,
fragment of the Second Pylon. In the back-
ground, the southern wall
23. The Temple of Amun. Great Hypostyle. In
the foreground, statue of Sethos II
24. The Temple of Amun. Great Hypostyle. Ex-
ternal northern wall with reliefs depicting the
Palestinian campaign of Sethos I
25. The Temple of Amun. North-eastern corner
of Great Hypostyle Hall with relief showing
Sethos I making an offering to Amun and Mut
26. The Temple of Amun. Great Hypostyle.
Sethos I on a relief on the northern wall
27. The Temple of Amun. Internal northern wall
of the Great Hypostyle Hall with relief show-
ing the kneeling King and the god Tot writing
his name in wood
28. The Temple of Amun. Great Hypostyle. In-
ternal northern wall with relief from the reign
of Ramesses II showing priests carrying the
Bark
29. Fragment of relief from the Late Period show-
ing the god and the King holding hands
30. The Temple of Amun. Granite portal between
the Fifth and Sixth Pylons
31. Granite statue of Amenhotep son of Hapu,
the author of the temple’s canon
32. The Temple of Amun. View from the north.
In the foreground, the columns of the small
temple of Ramesses III. In the background,
the Great Hypostyle Hall
33. The Temple of Amun. Obelisk of Queen
Hatshcpsut
34. The Temple of Amun. The heraldic pillars —
granite posts from the reign of Tuthmosis III
35. Upper part of the southern heraldic pillar
adorned with the name of Tuthmosis III in
the cartouche
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