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Court of Amenhotep III, Luxor Temple, Egypt - Stock Image

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Columns and lintels of the Court of Amenhotep III, Luxor Temple, Egypt. The column shafts represent bundled papyrus while the capitals feature closed papyrus buds. The court was built in the 14th century B.C. by the 18th dynasty pharaoh, Amenhotep III (also Amenophis III or Nebmaatre) who ruled from approximately 1388-1350 B.C. Luxor temple was dedicated to the god Amun (also Amun-Re). The temple was called the Southern Opet or ‘Place of Seclusion’.
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