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  • 1. EGYPTIAN BUILDINGSTHE BEGINNING OF ARCHITECTURE
  • 2. COLUMNS
  • 3. TEMPLE OF ISIS - 285BC
  • 4. STONE FIGURES Also scattered throughout Egypt are stone figures. These figures could look like a tiger, a king, and eagle, or maybe even a mixture of both. Perhaps the best know stone figure of them all is the Sphinx. It is a figure of a kings head who is wearing the striped headcloth (nemes). His body is that of a lion.
  • 5. TEMPLES
  • 6. KARNAK
  • 7. STATUES AND MONUMENTSAlso scattered throughout Egypt are stonefigures. These figures could look like a tiger, aking, and eagle, or maybe even a mixture ofboth. Perhaps the best known stone figure ofthem all is the Sphinx.
  • 8. THEBES -Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut (18th Dynasty, B.C. 1490-1468
  • 9. MODERN