Egypt-Aegean - Egypt/Aegean Monday, February 21, 2011 10:43...

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Lecture Topic: 1473 BCE Not buried in mortuary, to celebrate the Pharoah Piers, new kingdom has free standing columns Stepmother of the king, daughter of the Pharoah Low reliefs cover many walls of paintings Columns at temple Once filled with a garden 3.20 Hatshepsut Mortuary Temple 237 BCE Outer gates of the temple Sunken relief - carved into the surface instead of out of the surface More dynamic as sun shines over it Chanting of the pharoah = still alive Clestory letting light through temple East side of the Nile dedicated to Amen-Re Processional sequence along the central axis Obelisk the pyramid shape of a shrine 3.38 Pylon Temple Temple of Horus Edfu Pylon temple = bilaterally symmetrical along a single axis that runs through a court or sanctuary 1290 BCE An open court with pylons off to the side, depended on precise cutting of the stone without cement Sunken relief 3.25/3.26 Hyptostle Hall, Temple of Amen-Re
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