Cult and Mortuary temples.
Pharaonic and Iconic temples.
Karnac and Luxor temples.
Upper and Lower temples.
The mound of earth that rose from the ocean to become Egypt.
A heavily wooded land before Egypt became a desert.
The sun on its path across the sky.
Egypt in the afterlife.
Courtyard, hypostyle hall, and sanctuary.
Worship area, meeting area, and storage area .
Courthouse, holding cell, and sanctuary.
Turnstyle hall, food court, and arcade.
They loved their gods.
They feared their gods.
They trusted their gods.
Their gods were good role models.
Priests and their families.
Scribes a their families.
Workmen and their families.
The Sacred statue of the temple's god.
Mansions of the gods.
Houses of the Holy.
Centers of the Earth.
They were huts made of reeds.
They were mounds made of mud.
They were open pits that represented a tunnel to the afterlife.
They were bonfires that represented the burning sun.
During the New Kingdom.
After the birth of a pharaoh's son.
In the 4th millennium BCE.
During the time of Roman rule.
The Temple of Isis at Philae.
The Temple of Cleopatra at Octavian.
The Temple of Sobek at Crocodilopolis.
The Temple of the Sun at Atun.