Smaller Temple, Abou Simbel, Nubia

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Title:Smaller Temple, Abou Simbel, Nubia
Author:Unknown author
Summary:Six deities carved from the cliff, alternating with slanted strips of wall that is inscribed with hieroglyphic characters.
URI:http://hdl.handle.net/1911/21390
Date:1890
Original SourceEdwards, Amelia B. "A Thousand Miles up the Nile." George Routledge and Sons, Limited: London, 1890. p 294.
Subject Abū Sunbul (Egypt); Nubia; Hieroglyphics, Egyptian
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Smaller Temple, Abou Simbel, Nubia(1890).
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