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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: Including Descriptions of the Course of ...

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) - 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 ...

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

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 ..., Part 2

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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