Copper engraved view of the Mortuary Temple of Ramesses III in Theben, also known as Medinet Habu.
Frederick Louis Norden, an eminent Danish traveller, was born 1708 in Gluckstadt, Holstein. He was a volunteer in the British fleet under Sir John Norris in the Mediterranean, having been previously sent by the king of Denmark to Egypt, to make drawings and observations of the ancient monuments of that country. These he executed with great fidelity, and his Travels in Egypt and Nubia. with plates, were splendidly printed in 3 vols. folio. Being elected a member of the Royal Society of London, he presented to that learned body his drawings of ruins and colossal statues at Thebes, of which he also published a memoir. Died, 1742. (Maunder, S. The biographical treasury. New ed. 1870.)
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Frederick Louis Norden: Portail antique et bien conserve, plain de Hieroglyphes en couleurs et dont les Arabes se sont servi pour une porte de la....
Copper engraving of an architectural illustration. Medinet Habu, Theben, Egypt. Printed in Paris by Didot in 1795.
Architecture - Norden, Frederick Louis - Portail antique et bien conserve, plain de...