Temple of Karnak. The Great Temple of Amon. Hypostyle hall. Around Luxor. Egypt.
RMBYDAARTemple of Karnak. The Great Temple of Amon. Hypostyle hall. Around Luxor. Egypt.
This illustration of the ruins of the  Hall of Columns at Karnak dates to the early 1900s. The Great Hypostyle Hall Karnak is composed of 134 giant sandstone columns in the form of papyrus stalks. Twelve great columns in its central nave are 70-plus feet in height and are capped by huge open papyrus blossom capitals. The main east-west axis of the Hypostyle Hall is dominated by a double row of 12 giant columns.
RF2AK73NJThis illustration of the ruins of the Hall of Columns at Karnak dates to the early 1900s. The Great Hypostyle Hall Karnak is composed of 134 giant sandstone columns in the form of papyrus stalks. Twelve great columns in its central nave are 70-plus feet in height and are capped by huge open papyrus blossom capitals. The main east-west axis of the Hypostyle Hall is dominated by a double row of 12 giant columns.
8211. Hypostyle Hall, Temple of Amon-Ra, Karnak, Upper Egypt
RMCX0MX48211. Hypostyle Hall, Temple of Amon-Ra, Karnak, Upper Egypt
Hypostyle Hall, Temple of Amon, Karnak; Gustave Le Gray, French, 1820 - 1884, 1867; Albumen silver print
RMPPYM42Hypostyle Hall, Temple of Amon, Karnak; Gustave Le Gray, French, 1820 - 1884, 1867; Albumen silver print
Hypostyle Hall, Temple of Amon, Karnak, Gustave Le Gray (French, 1820 - 1884), 1867, Albumen silver print. Reimagined
RFRAGM82Hypostyle Hall, Temple of Amon, Karnak, Gustave Le Gray (French, 1820 - 1884), 1867, Albumen silver print. Reimagined
The Great Hypostyle Hall of Karnak, located within the Karnak temple complex, in the Precinct of Amon-Re, is one of the most visited monuments of Ancient Egypt. It was built around the 19th Egyptian Dynasty (c. 1290–1224 BC).[1] The design was initially instituted by Hatshepsut, at the North-west chapel to Amun in the upper terrace of Deir el-Bahri. The name refers to hypostyle architectural pattern.
RM2A601D9The Great Hypostyle Hall of Karnak, located within the Karnak temple complex, in the Precinct of Amon-Re, is one of the most visited monuments of Ancient Egypt. It was built around the 19th Egyptian Dynasty (c. 1290–1224 BC).[1] The design was initially instituted by Hatshepsut, at the North-west chapel to Amun in the upper terrace of Deir el-Bahri. The name refers to hypostyle architectural pattern.
The Great Temple of Amon Karnak, The Hypostyle Hall, David Roberts, 1796–1864, British, 1838, Watercolor and gouache with scratching out and graphite on moderately thick, slightly textured, beige wove paper, Sheet: 19 1/4 x 13 inches (48.9 x 33 cm), architectural subject, columns, horse (animal), men, temple, Africa, Al Karnak, As Said, Egypt, Luxor, Qina, Temple of Amon
RM2DJ58GCThe Great Temple of Amon Karnak, The Hypostyle Hall, David Roberts, 1796–1864, British, 1838, Watercolor and gouache with scratching out and graphite on moderately thick, slightly textured, beige wove paper, Sheet: 19 1/4 x 13 inches (48.9 x 33 cm), architectural subject, columns, horse (animal), men, temple, Africa, Al Karnak, As Said, Egypt, Luxor, Qina, Temple of Amon
The Hypostyle Hall of the Temple of Amon, Karnak, Gustave Le Gray, French, 1820 - 1884, 1867, Albumen silver print reimagined
RFRAW8M5The Hypostyle Hall of the Temple of Amon, Karnak, Gustave Le Gray, French, 1820 - 1884, 1867, Albumen silver print reimagined
Great Hypostyle Hall, Karnak, Egypt, 19th century colour lithograph
RMKH95KWGreat Hypostyle Hall, Karnak, Egypt, 19th century colour lithograph
Great hypostyle hall Karnak temple Egypt North Africa
RFAM6CEGGreat hypostyle hall Karnak temple Egypt North Africa
Hypostyle Hall, Temple of Amon, Karnak, Gustave Le Gray (French, 1820 - 1884), 1867, Albumen silver print, Reimagined by Gibon, design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light rays radiance. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist. Photography inspired by futurism, embracing dynamic energy of modern technology, movement, speed and revolutionize culture.
RF2B9EF7GHypostyle Hall, Temple of Amon, Karnak, Gustave Le Gray (French, 1820 - 1884), 1867, Albumen silver print, Reimagined by Gibon, design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light rays radiance. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist. Photography inspired by futurism, embracing dynamic energy of modern technology, movement, speed and revolutionize culture.
Great Hypostyle Hall, Karnak Temple
RM2BDY4NYGreat Hypostyle Hall, Karnak Temple
Great hypostyle hall Karnak temple Egypt North Africa
RFAM6CCGGreat hypostyle hall Karnak temple Egypt North Africa