Head of a Colossus, Wadi es Sebui, Nubia

Illustration

Jan van der Crabben
by UNESCO / Paul Almasy
published on 25 October 2018

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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