الجمعة، 21 أكتوبر 2011

§ King Amenhotep III (1397 - 1360 BC).:

The king "Amenhotep III" ninth kings of the Eighteenth Dynasty He inherited a great empire sprawling in the north and south, and worked to preserve what his ancestors accomplished. King Amenhotep lived his life in the welfare and peace and security helped to encourage the arts and artists for innovation in architecture, sculpture, drawings and attested to by the architectural masterpieces in the temples of Luxor and Karnak and the tombs of kings and queens, nobles, containing masterpieces of Egyptian art. He chose his wife is one of the priests called the girl "T" has appeared in many of his statues beside him and the same size as a sign of the King his love for her. The king died on his fifty years of age, leaving us with signs indicating what we have reached Egypt promoted civilized, especially in the architecture and the arts, such as the Temple of Luxor, and the remains of his temple in the west of the shorter and the Colossi of Memnon, up 20 meters each

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