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Temple Of Hathor Collection

The Temple of Hathor, located in Dendera, Egypt, is a magnificent testament to the ancient Egyptian civilization

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt, North Africa

Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt, North Africa

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: The god Bes, Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

The god Bes, Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Egypt, Abu Simbel, Lighted facade of Small Temple of Hathor for Queen Nefertari

Egypt, Abu Simbel, Lighted facade of Small Temple of Hathor for Queen Nefertari

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Relief of Cleopatra VII as Goddess Hathor, ca 69-30 BC. Creator: Ancient Egypt

Relief of Cleopatra VII as Goddess Hathor, ca 69-30 BC. Creator: Ancient Egypt
Relief of Cleopatra VII as Goddess Hathor, ca 69-30 BC. Found in the Collection of the Temple of Hathor, Dendera

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Hathor Shrine, Dendera, Egypt, 1984. Creator: Ethel Davies

Hathor Shrine, Dendera, Egypt, 1984. Creator: Ethel Davies
Hathor Shrine, Dendera, Egypt, 1984. The Temple of Hathor, an important Egyptian religious figure known as the goddess of many names, at the necropolis and tomb complex of Dendera, Egypt

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Egypt, Luxor, Dendara, Temple of Hathor

Egypt, Luxor, Dendara, Temple of Hathor

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Egypt, Abu Simbel, The Great Temple and The small temple - known as Temple of Hathor

Egypt, Abu Simbel, The Great Temple and The small temple - known as Temple of Hathor

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Ancient Egypt, Wall painting/carving, Ihy, son of Amun and Mut, Temple of Hathor, Dendera (photo)

Ancient Egypt, Wall painting/carving, Ihy, son of Amun and Mut, Temple of Hathor, Dendera (photo)
3476515 Ancient Egypt, Wall painting/carving, Ihy, son of Amun and Mut, Temple of Hathor, Dendera (photo); (add.info.: Ancient Egypt, Wall painting/carving, Ihy, son of Amun and Mut)

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Details of the ceiling inside the Hypostyle Hall, Temple of Hathor, Dendera Temple complex

Details of the ceiling inside the Hypostyle Hall, Temple of Hathor, Dendera Temple complex, Dendera, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Gate of Domitian and Trajan, northern entrance of the Temple of Hathor, Dendera Temple complex

Gate of Domitian and Trajan, northern entrance of the Temple of Hathor, Dendera Temple complex, Dendera, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Tourists at the Temple of Hathor, which began construction in 54 BCE

Tourists at the Temple of Hathor, which began construction in 54 BCE, part of the Dendera Temple complex, Dendera, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Columns in the Temple of Hathor, which began construction in 54 BCE

Columns in the Temple of Hathor, which began construction in 54 BCE, part of the Dendera Temple complex, Dendera, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Panoramic view of the Great Temple of Abu Simbel on the and the temple of Hathor

Panoramic view of the Great Temple of Abu Simbel on the and the temple of Hathor and Nefertari on the right, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Abu Simbel, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Columns inside the Hypostyle Hall, Temple of Hathor, Dendera Temple complex, Dendera, Egypt

Columns inside the Hypostyle Hall, Temple of Hathor, Dendera Temple complex, Dendera, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Ibsamboul, Partie Meridionale Du Speos D Hathor;Nubie, 1849 / 51, printed 1852

Ibsamboul, Partie Meridionale Du Speos D Hathor;Nubie, 1849 / 51, printed 1852
Ibsamboul, Partie Meridionale Du Speos D Hathor; Nubie, 1849/51, printed 1852. A work made of salted paper print, plate 110 from the album " egypte, nubie, palestine et syrie" (1852)

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Vue Generale, Grand Temple de Denderah (Teutyres), Haute-Egypte, 1849 / 51

Vue Generale, Grand Temple de Denderah (Teutyres), Haute-Egypte, 1849 / 51
Vue Generale, Grand Temple de Denderah (Teutyres), Haute-Egypte, 1849/51, printed 1852. A work made of salted paper print, plate 16 from the album " egypte, nubie, palestine et syrie" (1852)

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Ibsamboul, Entree De Speos D Hathor;Nubie, 1849 / 51, printed 1852

Ibsamboul, Entree De Speos D Hathor;Nubie, 1849 / 51, printed 1852
Ibsamboul, Entree De Speos D Hathor; Nubie, 1849/51, printed 1852. A work made of salted paper print, plate 109 from the album " egypte, nubie, palestine et syrie" (1852)

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Ibsamboul, Partie Septentrionale Du Speos D Hathor;Nubie, 1849 / 51, printed 1852

Ibsamboul, Partie Septentrionale Du Speos D Hathor;Nubie, 1849 / 51, printed 1852
Ibsamboul, Partie Septentrionale Du Speos D Hathor; Nubie, 1849/51, printed 1852. A work made of salted paper print, plate 108 from the album " egypte, nubie, palestine et syrie" (1852)

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Bedouin Encampment Before the Temple of Hathor at Dendera, Egypt, 1867 (pencil

Bedouin Encampment Before the Temple of Hathor at Dendera, Egypt, 1867 (pencil
1197496 Bedouin Encampment Before the Temple of Hathor at Dendera, Egypt, 1867 (pencil, w/c & bodycolour on paper) by Vacher, Charles (1818-83); 69.8x129.5 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Vacher)

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt (litho)

Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt (litho)
5997042 Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt (litho) by Spanish School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt)

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Dendera ancient Tentyris, 1838 (w / c and gouache over pencil on paper)

Dendera ancient Tentyris, 1838 (w / c and gouache over pencil on paper)
LMG100058 Dendera ancient Tentyris, 1838 (w/c and gouache over pencil on paper) by Roberts, David (1796-1864); 48.9x32.6 cm; Leeds Museums and Galleries (Leeds Art Gallery)

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Zodiac ceiling from the Grand Temple at Denderah, from Descriptions of Egypt

Zodiac ceiling from the Grand Temple at Denderah, from Descriptions of Egypt
STC64428 Zodiac ceiling from the Grand Temple at Denderah, from Descriptions of Egypt, engraved by Allais, c.1826 (hand coloured engraving) by Jollois and Devilliers (19th century) (after)

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Denderah (Tentyris), Temple d Athor - Vue Generale, 1851-52

Denderah (Tentyris), Temple d Athor - Vue Generale, 1851-52, printed 1853-54

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Moitie de la facade du Speos d Athor, a Abousembil (partie mé

Moitie de la facade du Speos d Athor, a Abousembil (partie mé
Moitie de la facade du Speos d Athor, a Abousembil (partie meridionale), March 28, 1850

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Vue de la facade du Speos de Phre, a Abousembil, March 1850

Vue de la facade du Speos de Phre, a Abousembil, March 1850

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Moitie de la facade du Speos d Athor, à

Moitie de la facade du Speos d Athor, à
Moitie de la facade du Speos d Athor, a Abousembil (partie Septentrionale), March 1850

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Nubie. Ibsamboul. Entree du Speos d Hathor, 1850. Creator: Maxime du Camp

Nubie. Ibsamboul. Entree du Speos d Hathor, 1850. Creator: Maxime du Camp
Nubie. Ibsamboul. Entree du Speos d Hathor, 1850

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Decoration de l entree du grand Speos d Abousembil (Le Dieu Phré

Decoration de l entree du grand Speos d Abousembil (Le Dieu Phré
Decoration de l entree du grand Speos d Abousembil (Le Dieu Phre recevant les offrandes de Rhamses-le-grand), March 1850

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Entree du Speos d Athor, a Abousembil, March 1850. Creator: Maxime du Camp

Entree du Speos d Athor, a Abousembil, March 1850. Creator: Maxime du Camp
Entree du Speos d Athor, a Abousembil, March 1850

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Profil du Colosse oriental du Speos de Phre, à

Profil du Colosse oriental du Speos de Phre, à
Profil du Colosse oriental du Speos de Phre, a Abousembil (Portrait de Rhamses-le-grand), March 29, 1850

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Colosse oriental du Speos de Phre, a Abousembil (Portrait de Rhamsè

Colosse oriental du Speos de Phre, a Abousembil (Portrait de Rhamsè
Colosse oriental du Speos de Phre, a Abousembil (Portrait de Rhamses-le-grand), March 1850

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Denderah (Tentyris), Temple d Athor - Sanctuaire Place a l Angle Sud-O

Denderah (Tentyris), Temple d Athor - Sanctuaire Place a l Angle Sud-Ouest de la Plateforme Inferieure, 1851-52, printed 1853-54

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Denderah (Tentyris), Temple d Athor - Face Posterieure, 1851-52

Denderah (Tentyris), Temple d Athor - Face Posterieure, 1851-52, printed 1853-54

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Facade du Temple d Athor a Denderah (Tentyris), 1849-50

Facade du Temple d Athor a Denderah (Tentyris), 1849-50

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Nubie. Ibsamboul. Partie septentrionale du Speos d Hathor, 1850

Nubie. Ibsamboul. Partie septentrionale du Speos d Hathor, 1850

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Hathor Column, Temple of Hathor, Hatshepsut Mortuary Temple (Deir el-Bahri)

Hathor Column, Temple of Hathor, Hatshepsut Mortuary Temple (Deir el-Bahri), UNESCO World Heritage Site, Luxor, Thebes, Egypt, North Africa, Africa

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: View from under the portico of the Temple at Denderah, Egypt, 19th century. Artist

View from under the portico of the Temple at Denderah, Egypt, 19th century. Artist
View from under the portico of the Temple at Denderah, Egypt, 19th century. The Temple of Hathor at Dendera was probably built in the 1st century BC in the late Ptolemaic period

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Egypt, Abu Simbel, The small temple -known as Temple of Hathor - dedicated to Nefertari

Egypt, Abu Simbel, The small temple -known as Temple of Hathor - dedicated to Nefertari for the worship of the goddess Hathor and adorned with statues of the King and Queen

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Bas-relief of Cleopatra, Caesarion, Temple of Hathor, Dendara in Egypt, 20th century

Bas-relief of Cleopatra, Caesarion, Temple of Hathor, Dendara in Egypt, 20th century. The only carving of Cleopatra in existence, pictured with her son by Julius Caesar

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Egypt, Abu Simbel, The temple of Hathor and Nefertari, also known as the Smaller Temple

Egypt, Abu Simbel, The temple of Hathor and Nefertari, also known as the Smaller Temple, during the Sound and Light Show

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Egypt, Abu Simbel, The small temple -known as Temple of Hathor - dedicated to Nefertari

Egypt, Abu Simbel, The small temple -known as Temple of Hathor - dedicated to Nefertari for the worship of the goddess Hathor and adorned with statues of the King and Queen

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Interior of the Temple of Dendera, Egypt, c1890. Artist: Newton & Co

Interior of the Temple of Dendera, Egypt, c1890. Artist: Newton & Co
Interior of the Temple of Dendera, Egypt, c1890. The Temple of Hathor at Dendera was probably built in the 1st century BC in the late Ptolemaic period. Lantern slide

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt, c1890. Artist: Newton & Co

Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt, c1890. Artist: Newton & Co
Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt, c1890. The Temple of Hathor at Dendera was probably built in the 1st century BC in the late Ptolemaic period. Lantern slide

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: The beautiful Temple of Hathor at Denderah, Egypt, 1905. Artist: Underwood & Underwood

The beautiful Temple of Hathor at Denderah, Egypt, 1905. Artist: Underwood & Underwood
The beautiful Temple of Hathor at Denderah, Egypt, 1905. Here before us is one of the best preserved temples in Egypt. The part which we see was built under the Roman Emperor Tiberius

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: The Grand Hall, Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt, 20th century

The Grand Hall, Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt, 20th century. The Temple of Hathor at Dendera was probably built in the 1st century BC in the late Ptolemaic period

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt, 20th century

Temple of Hathor, Dendera, Egypt, 20th century. The Temple of Hathor at Dendera was probably built in the 1st century BC in the late Ptolemaic period

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Temple of Venus Athor, Isle of Philae, Egypt, 1841. Artist: Himely

Temple of Venus Athor, Isle of Philae, Egypt, 1841. Artist: Himely
Temple of Venus Athor, Isle of Philae, Egypt, 1841. Ruins of the Ptolemaic Period temple dedicated to the goddess Hathor. An illustration from Panorama d Egypte et de Nubie, 1841

Background imageTemple Of Hathor Collection: Temple of Denderah, Upper Egypt, 1852. Artist: Maxime du Camp

Temple of Denderah, Upper Egypt, 1852. Artist: Maxime du Camp
Temple of Denderah, Upper Egypt, 1852. The Temple of Hathor at Dendera was probably built in the 1st century BC in the late Ptolemaic period. Maxime Du Camp was a French writer and photographer




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The Temple of Hathor, located in Dendera, Egypt, is a magnificent testament to the ancient Egyptian civilization. Situated in North Africa, this temple holds great historical and cultural significance. One of the notable features within the the depiction of the god Bes. This deity was revered for his protective qualities and can be found adorning various parts of the temple. His presence adds an element of mystique and spirituality to this sacred place. Another remarkable sight is the lighted facade of the Small Temple dedicated to Queen Nefertari. Located in Abu Simbel, Egypt, this temple showcases intricate carvings and stunning architectural details that pay homage to both Nefertari and Hathor. In Luxor's Dendara region lies yet another awe-inspiring structure: The Temple of Hathor. Its grandeur captivates visitors from all corners of the globe as they marvel at its majestic columns and beautifully preserved bas-reliefs. Cleopatra herself left her mark on history with a bas-relief featuring her likeness alongside Caesarion within the Temple of Hathor at Dendara. This 20th-century artwork serves as a reminder not only of Cleopatra's reign but also highlights how influential she was during her time. Abu Simbel boasts both The Great Temple and The small temple - known as Temple of Hathor - dedicated to Nefertari. These temples stand proudly side by side, showcasing their architectural brilliance while paying tribute to one another's greatness. Dating back centuries ago, Ibsamboul captured breathtaking images depicting different aspects surrounding these temples' splendorous beauty. These prints serve as timeless reminders that continue to fascinate us even today. From its grand entrance to its mesmerizing interior chambers, every inch exudes magnificence within these temples' walls, and are testaments not only to ancient Egyptian craftsmanship but also reflect their deep-rooted beliefs and devotion to the goddess Hathor.