Institute of Egyptian Art and Archaeology, University of Memphis
American Research Center in Egypt
Supreme Council of Antiquities, Egypt
Digital Karnak UCLA
Egyptological Resources Homepage, Cambridge
The Epigraphic Survey of the University of Chicago, "Chicago House"
Centre Franco-égyptien d'études des temples de Karnak
The Theban Mapping Project
KMT: A Modern Journal of Egyptology
Directory of North American of Egyptologists
The Art of Counting
Bulletin of the French Institute of Archaeology
The Griffith Institute
Le Temple de Sethy
In antiquity, Karnak was the largest religious sanctuary in Egypt's imperial capital
of Thebes (modern Luxor) and was home to the god Amun-Re, king of the Egyptian pantheon.
Who designed the Hypostyle Hall and why did they do it? Read about how Sety I and
his architects built this magnificent structure between two pylon gateways which once
served as the front entrance to Karnak Temple.
The Hypostyle Hall is thousands of miles away -- but you can tour entire structure
without leaving your seat! Click here to begin a virtual tour of the historic Hypostyle
"Why don't you just take a photograph?" Why traditional photography is not the most
scientifically reliable method of recording.