Pyramid and Temple Julius Meier Graefe

ISBN: 9781406747843

Published: March 1st 2007

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Pyramid and Temple  by  Julius Meier Graefe

Pyramid and Temple by Julius Meier Graefe
March 1st 2007 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 392 pages | ISBN: 9781406747843 | 9.31 Mb

R A M D AND TEMPLE PYRAMID AND TEMPLE BY JULIUS MEIER-GRAEFE TRANSLATED BY ROGER HINKS THE MACAULAY COMPANY TABLE OF CONTENTS EGYPT PAGE THE SUN II THE PYRAMIDS 2O AT THE CONVENT 36 SAKKARA 45 THE PEOPLE OF THE PYRAMIDS 53 THE FAMILY IN THE CAIROMoreR A M D AND TEMPLE PYRAMID AND TEMPLE BY JULIUS MEIER-GRAEFE TRANSLATED BY ROGER HINKS THE MACAULAY COMPANY TABLE OF CONTENTS EGYPT PAGE THE SUN II THE PYRAMIDS 2O AT THE CONVENT 36 SAKKARA 45 THE PEOPLE OF THE PYRAMIDS 53 THE FAMILY IN THE CAIRO MUSEUM 66 ANOTHER FAMILY 76 A THIRD FAMILY 80 KING ZOSERS EAR 88 THE LITTLE RED HOUSE 95 THE MUSEUM AND ART 103 CLINICAL DETAILS HO THE MIDDLE KINGDOM 117 THE MOKATTAM 130 THE NEW KINGDOM 137 ASSUAN 147 THE TRIP TO NUBIA 1 66 KOM-OMBO AND EDFU ipo LUXOR 196 DER-EL-BAHRI 2IO BENIHASAN 221 THE NEW SPHINX 227 Ul2 vi TABLE OF CONTENTS PALESTINE PAGE JERUSALEM 24 SETTLEMENTS 250 THE SYNAGOGUE 262 THE STRUGGLE 269 GREECE THE ACROPOLIS 277 THE ACROPOLIS MUSEUM 2p5 THE NATIONAL MUSEUM 307 THROUGH THE PELOPONNESUS 317 OLYMPIA 332 CORINTH 336 IMPROMPTU 338 MOSAICS 343 CAPE SUNION 349 CONSTANTINOPLE 352 LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS The Daughter of Amenophis IV.

New Kingdom. The Pyramids at Gizeh. Sphinx and Pyramids at Gizeh. The Sphinx in its Original Condition. Frontispiece FACING PAGE Limestone Statue of TL 52 Limestone Statue of Renofer. 52 Diorite Statue of Chefren. 53 Village Magistrate.

V Dynasty. 60 Bronze Statue of King Phiops and His Son. 60 Alabaster Statue of Mykerinos. 61 King Mykerinos with two Goddesses. 66 Our Family. Ni-Ra-Anch. Limestone 67 The Elders, Nefer-Hotep and Wife. Limestone 78 Limestone Statue, V Dynasty. 79 Lifesize Statue of Renofer II. Limestone 79 Rahotep and Nofret. Limestone 96 Sacrificial Stone. Ill Dynasty. 97 Wooden Statue of a Priest, Old Kingdom. 97 A Scribe. V Dynasty. 112 A Servant Girl. Limestone 112 Door. V Dynasty. 113 Sesostris I, Middle Kingdom. 128 Head of Sesostris III. Middle Kingdom. 129 Thutmosis III. NewKingdom. 144 Amenothes, Son of Hapu.

XVIII Dynasty. New Kingdom. 145 Luxor Temple. Papyrus Pillars of Amenhotep III. 208 viii LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS PACING PAGE Colossi of Memnon at Luxor. 209 Karnak. Avenue of Sphinxes. 224 Der-el-Bahri. Three Views of Queen Hatshepsuts Temple. 225 The Sphinx in its Present Condition. 240 Front View of the Sphinx, Present Condition. 240 The Sphinx undergoing Restoration. 240 Jerusalem. The Old Jewish City. 241 The Entrance to the Omar Mosque. 256 The Omar Mosque. 256 The Theseum. 257 The Parthenon.

257 Sandaled Maiden on the frieze of the Nike Temple. Acropolis Museum. 304 Stele of Aristion. National Museum. 305 Archaic Statue. Acropolis Museum. 305 Zeus Temple. Olympia. Pediment 320 Moschophoros. Acropolis Museum. 320 Zeus Temple. Olympia. The Labors of Hercules. Metope 321 Eleusinian Relief. National Museum. 321 The Daphni Monastery near Athens 344 Mosaic, Daphni. The Resurrection of Lazarus. 345 EGYPT THE SUN Cairo Mid November. JL HE skin stretches. Sore places heal up, and tainted swamps turn into flourishing gardens.

The bones relax, hollows fill out, and the vitals, supported and relieved by the active pores, function easily. The activities of the skin, of which I knew nothing hitherto, have acquired a real meaning since they came to control the entire workings of my body. The hotel is half empty. There are one or two islands in the big dining-room. One is clamorously inhabited by the extensive Behn family from Berlin.

Lost in the sea of chairs is Mr. Coolman of Baltimore, morose, and portentous in circumference. Nearer us is an old Goat from Paris with a very young dandy, perpetually wreathed in smiles. Then a vague pair of Englishmen over bythe partition they do not contribute much to our social pleasures.

The emptiness corresponds to our inner state. Although we abandon ourselves to the suns benediction and therefore have no excuse to feel neglected, there is something wanting. Warmth and emptiness are the predominant note...



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