Tom Van Eynde: Thebes Photographic Project



Temple of Montu at Medamud. Situated about 6 kilometers north of Luxor, this temple was dedicated to the falcon-headed deity, Montu. It was erected beginning in the Ptolemaic Period on the site of an earlier temple of the Middle and New Kingdoms. The hypostyle hall was built by Ptolemy VIII (Uergetes II) after c. 170 B.C., the facade by Ptolemy XII (Neos Dionysos), the enclosure wall by the Roman emperor Tiberius, and the peristyle courtyard by Antoninus Pius. The view is of the southeastern corner of the ruined pronaos, which is fronted by columns and doorway. (Caption - Peter Piccione)


All the photographs were made with a Fujica G617 Panorama Camera. The film is TriX. The prints are made on llford Mulitgrade Fiber base paper. The original prints are 7"x22" on 10"x24" paper.


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