Dahshur. South Pyramid (Bent Pyramid) of Snofru (Snefru). Caption reads: 'Side of doorway of South pyramid of Dahshûr. Shewing pivot hole on which the flapdoor turned [drawing]. This explains Strabo's saying the Gt Pyramid was closed by a stone which could be taken out.'
Biahmu (Biyahmu). Colossi of Amenemhat (Amenemhet) III, bases/pedestals. Caption reads: 'S.W. corner of W. pile; with enclosure of E. pile in distance. Stones in front seem to shew a paving of the enclosed courts surrounding the piles.'
With two arrows pointing at the monuments described.
Biahmu (Biyahmu). Colossi of Amenemhat (Amenemhet) III, bases/pedestals. Caption reads: 'N.W. corner of W. pile, with stones in enclosure, and edge of it. These stones are the highest that exist between the walls and the piles; and therefore the best evidence that there is for a continuous pyramid.'
With three arrows pointing at the monuments described.
-Medinet Habu. -Temple of Ramesses (Ramses; Rameses) III. -Caption: 'Block with pin holes for fixing metal ornaments. By Thothmes III, Karnak. A block at Medinet Habu by Ramses III has some of the bronze pins remaining.'
-Medinet Habu. -Great Temple of Ramesses III. -Pavilion (East Fortified Gate). -TopBib ii2.482. -Caption: 'View from window of tower into small court. Looking at the side of the flanking projection. with brackets for three bridges of observation across the small court. supported on captives heads.'
-Tihna (Ṭihna; Tēnis; Acōris; Tehna; Tihna el-Gebel; Tehna el-Gebel). -Roman Temple (North of ancient town). -TopBib iv.129. -Caption: 'Temple with steps at Tehneh. A tablet of Ramses VI is in the neighbourhood; and this temple may be of that date or of Greek period.'
-Karnak. -Chapel. Amasis and Nitocris. -Entrance to Columned Hall. -TopBib ii2.192(1). -Caption: 'Temple of Psametik III. Karnak. [<-N5-anx-kA-n-> <-ps-m-T-k->] Psametik III. offering to Amen ra. his parents [<-anxn-s-N5F35ib->] and [<-p*s-m-T-k->] XXVI'