Head of a Colossus, Wadi es Sebui, Nubia

Illustration

Jan van der Crabben
by UNESCO / Paul Almasy
published on 25 October 2018
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Wadi es Sebui (94 miles north of Aswan, left bank). Temple of Amon Ra and Ra Horakhti built during the reign of Rameses II (1290-1223 BCE). The fallen head of a colossus lies before the pylon of the temple. The statues, sphinxes and reliefs could be moved to a museum.

Wadi es Sebui, Nubia, Egypt (1960)

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Almasy, U. /. P. (2018, October 25). Head of a Colossus, Wadi es Sebui, Nubia. World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/9365/head-of-a-colossus-wadi-es-sebui-nubia/

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Almasy, UNESCO / Paul. "Head of a Colossus, Wadi es Sebui, Nubia." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified October 25, 2018. https://www.worldhistory.org/image/9365/head-of-a-colossus-wadi-es-sebui-nubia/.

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Almasy, UNESCO / Paul. "Head of a Colossus, Wadi es Sebui, Nubia." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 25 Oct 2018. Web. 13 Jun 2021.