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Soleb. Ancient Egyptian temple site in Kush, on the west bank of the Nile, right south of the 3rd cataract in modern Sudan.

Soleb. Ancient Egyptian temple site in Kush, on the west bank of the Nile, right south of the 3rd cataract in modern Sudan.

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Le temple de Maharraqa, Nubie, v. 1856-1860, tiré avant 1862 | Photographe : Francis Frith

Le temple de Maharraqa, Nubie, v. 1856-1860, tiré avant 1862 | Photographe : Francis Frith

Madagascar, Afrique

Madagascar, Afrique

Temple de Hatchepsout Plus

Temple de Hatchepsout Plus

AFRICA | Lalibela, Ethiopian rock-hewn Bet Gabriel-Rufael church

AFRICA | Lalibela, Ethiopian rock-hewn Bet Gabriel-Rufael church

Royaume de Koush - La pyramide N19 (au centre) du site de Méroé, dans l'antique Nubie égyptienne, et l'actuel Soudan.

Royaume de Koush - La pyramide N19 (au centre) du site de Méroé, dans l'antique Nubie égyptienne, et l'actuel Soudan.

AFRICA - Aït Benhaddou is a 'fortified city', or ksar, along the former caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakech in present-day MOROCCO.

AFRICA - Aït Benhaddou is a 'fortified city', or ksar, along the former caravan route between the Sahara and Marrakech in present-day MOROCCO.

THIS DID NOT COME FROM THE TOMB OF YUYA AND THUYA. Probably from one of the other 8 tombs found by Davis (1905-08). looks like a 'reburial' (tomb robbery then reburial) from mid 19th- 22nd Dynasties. Definately not classic 18th Dynasty.

THIS DID NOT COME FROM THE TOMB OF YUYA AND THUYA. Probably from one of the other 8 tombs found by Davis (1905-08). looks like a 'reburial' (tomb robbery then reburial) from mid 19th- 22nd Dynasties. Definately not classic 18th Dynasty.

The Kiosk at Naqa.    Right next to the Lion Temple is an unidentified edifice known as the Kiosk, reflecting an amalgam of different cultures. Kushite, Egyptian, along with Roman, have all left a distinctive mark on its architecture.

The Kiosk at Naqa. Right next to the Lion Temple is an unidentified edifice known as the Kiosk, reflecting an amalgam of different cultures. Kushite, Egyptian, along with Roman, have all left a distinctive mark on its architecture.

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