Aswan / anc. Syene (21 Subjects)
Section plan, view, and floor plan of ancient building in Aswan. Floor plan of a temple on Elephantine island. Statue of Pharaoh. Rock with hieroglyphic inscriptions.
Roman inscriptions from Elephantine island.
View of the Ptolemaic Temple of Kom Ombo.
The Nile river from Shellal, south of Aswan. This point is often called First Cataract, due to the high speed of the waters.
View of the Temple of Dedwen, Nubian deity, at the cape of Kalabsha (anc. Talmis), near Aswan. During the first Christian centuries, this temple served as a church, and it is still called this way.
View of an Egyptian temple at Kalabsha (anc. Talmis), near Aswan.
View of the Temple of Mandulis, Nubian deity. This temple is also called Temple of Kalabsha as of its location (at Kalabsha, near Aswan).
Quarries in Qertassi, near Aswan. The author claims to have discovered over sixty inscriptions in Greek at the location.
View of the Temple of Ramses II, in Wadi es-Sebua, near Aswan.
View of the Hellenistic Temple of Thoth in Dakka, Egypt.
View of the Temple of Gerf Hussein, dedicated to the Egyptian deities Ptah, Ptah Tatenen, Hathor and Ramses. This temple has been transferred to Kalabsha.
- View of the Temple of Dendur, near Aswan. This Temple was ordered by the Roman Emperor Augustus, and was dedicated to Isis and Osiris. The temple is today at the Metropolitan Museum of New York.
View of the roman Kiosk of Qertassi. The kiosk initially stood at the entrance of the quarries of Qertassi, yet has been transferred to Kalabsha.
View of the Temple of Debod, dedicated to Isis of Philae, island near Aswan. The temple is today in Madrid.
View of the Temple of Isis and the Kiosk of Trajan on the island Philae, in Lake Nasser, in Aswan.
View of the Kiosk of Trajan, on the island Philae, near Aswan.
View of the quarries of Gebel el-Silsila, near Aswan.
View of the Ptolemaic Temple of Kom Ombo, or Temple of Sobek and Haroeris, Egyptian deities, near Aswan.
View of the Ptolemaic Temple of Horus in Edfu, Egypt.