Temple of Hathor, Early 20th Century
Entitled: "Temple of Hathor, Dendera. Great vestibule." Dendera Temple complex is one of the best-preserved temple complexes in Egypt. The whole complex covers almost 10 acres and is surrounded by a hefty mud brick enclosed wall. Dendera was a site for chapels or shrines from the beginning of history of ancient Egypt. The all overshadowing building in the Complex is the main temple, namely Hathor temple (historically, called the Temple of Tentyra). The temple has been modified on the same site starting as far back as the Middle Kingdom, and continuing right up until the time of the Roman emperor Trajan. The existing structure was built no later than the late Ptolemaic period. The temple, dedicated to Hathor, is one of the best preserved temples in all Egypt. Photographed by the American Colony (Jerusalem) Photo Department, 1900-20.
3034 x 4500 pixels
Print Size @ 300 dpi
10 x 15 inches / 26 x 38 cm
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