Egyptian cornices and entablatures from temples in Amara (Denderah), Philae and Elephantine islands, eastern Karnak, Aswan, Qift (anc. Coptos), Luxor (anc. Thebes), Qaw el-Kebir (anc. Antaiopolis), Esna, and the labyrinth close to Faiyum (anc. Crocodilopolis -Arsinoe – Ptolemais Euergetis).

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POCOCKE, Richard

Title

Egyptian cornices and entablatures from temples in Amara (Denderah), Philae and Elephantine islands, eastern Karnak, Aswan, Qift (anc. Coptos), Luxor (anc. Thebes), Qaw el-Kebir (anc. Antaiopolis), Esna, and the labyrinth close to Faiyum (anc. Crocodilopolis -Arsinoe – Ptolemais Euergetis).

Alternative Title

Egyptian cornices and entablatures.

Date

1743

Bibliographic Citation

POCOCKE, Richard. A Description of the East, and some other Countries. Volume the First. Observations on Egypt, London, W. Bowyer, MDCCXLIII [=1743].

Identifier

pococke_70

Table Of Contents

219

Spatial Coverage

Dandera

Luxor

Esna

Egypt

Subject

Art and antiquities

Architecture and built environment

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POCOCKE, Richard, “Egyptian cornices and entablatures from temples in Amara (Denderah), Philae and Elephantine islands, eastern Karnak, Aswan, Qift (anc. Coptos), Luxor (anc. Thebes), Qaw el-Kebir (anc. Antaiopolis), Esna, and the labyrinth close to Faiyum (anc. Crocodilopolis -Arsinoe – Ptolemais Euergetis). ,” travelogues, accessed February 27, 2024, https://english.travelogues.gr/items/show/50226.