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New Kingdom Egypt:


Tutmosis III. This Stele displays a typical rendition of the New Kingdom Egyptian pharaoh as an eternally young, invincible warrior, c. 1460 BC.

Hypostyle Hall, Temple of Karnak, New Kingdom Egypt, c. 1575-1086. An example of an Egyptian temple. These monumental structures were a powerful embodiment of the state religion of which the pharoah was supreme head.


Actual State and Virtual Reconstruction of Hypostyle Hall at Karnak.



Views of the Temple of Amon-Re at Luxor