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" ... dedicated to the crocodile-headed god Savak, by Ptolemy Physcon ; but the sculptures rather require it to have been, as M. Champollion supposes, an edifice " typifying the birthplace of the young god of the local triad." The grand gateway at the eastern... "
Topography of Thebes, and general view of Egypt. Being a short account of ... - Page 448
by John Gardner Wilkinson (sir.) - 1835
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Modern Egypt and Thebes: being a description of Egypt, including ..., Volume 2

Sir John Gardner Wilkinson - Egypt - 1843
...Champollion supposes, an edifice " typifying the birth-place of the young god of the local triad." The grand gateway at the eastern extremity, for it stood at...traced of its original plan ; but the pavement is seen in many places, laid upon stone substructions, which extend considerably below it ; and some of...
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Hand-book for Travellers in Egypt

John Gardner Wilkinson - Egypt - 1847 - 448 pages
...Champollion supposes, an edifice " typifying the birthplace of the young god of the local triad." The grand gateway at the eastern extremity, for it stood * at...right angles with the other temple, bears the name of Anieles, by whom it was completed. It is, however, now in so ruinous a state, that little can be traced...
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A Handbook for Travellers in Egypt: Including Descriptions of the Course of ...

John Murray (Firm), Sir John Gardner Wilkinson - Egypt - 1867 - 439 pages
...Ciiampolliou supposes, an edifico " typifying the birthplace of the young god of the local triad." The grand gateway at the eastern extremity, for it stood at...however, now in so ruinous a state, that little can Ije traced of its original plan; but the pavement is seen in many places, laid upou stone substructions,...
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A Handbook for Travellers in Egypt: Including Descriptions of the Course of ...

John Murray (Firm), Sir John Gardner Wilkinson - Egypt - 1873 - 507 pages
...Champollion supposes, an edifice " typifying the birthplace of the young god of the local triad." The grand gateway at the eastern extremity, for it stood at...be traced of its original plan; but the pavement is seen in many places, laid upon stone substructions, which extend considerably below it ; and some of...
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A Handbook for Travellers in Egypt: Including Descriptions of the Course of ...

John Murray (Firm) - Egypt - 1875 - 505 pages
...Champollion supposes, an edifice " typifying the birthplace of the young god of the local triad." The grand gateway at the eastern extremity, for it stood at...be traced of its original plan; but the pavement is seen in many places, laid upon stone substructions, which extend considerably below it ; and some of...
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A Handbook for Travellers in Lower and Upper Egypt, Part 1

John Murray (Firm) - Egypt - 1880 - 562 pages
...Champollion supposes, an edifice " typifying the birthplace of the young god of the local triad." The grand gateway at the eastern extremity, for it stood at...traced of its original plan ; but the pavement is seen in many places, laid upon stone substructions, which extend considerably below it ; and some of...
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Hand-book for travellers in (lower and upper) Egypt [afterw.] Handbook for ...

John Murray (publishers.), John Gardner Wilkinson (sir.) - 1880
...Champollion supposes, an edifice " typifying the birthplace of the young god of the local triad." The grand gateway at the eastern extremity, for it stood at...be traced of its original plan; but the pavement is seen in many places, laid upon stone substructions, which extend considerably below it ; and some of...
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Heart and Thought Memories of Eastern Travel

T. Holmes - Middle East - 1887 - 324 pages
...the eastern extremity of the little temple for it stood at right angles with the greater one bears the name of Auletes, by whom it was completed....traced of its original plan ; but the pavement is seen in many places, laid upon stone substructions which extend considerably below it, and some of...
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