Ancient relics discovered in excavations in Luxor, Egypt. Archaeologists after 3 years of excavations discover Tomb of Mentemhet, Prince of Thebes in the Valley of Kings in Luxor, Egypt. Mummy of a priest in a casket as a man lays it on the ground.
Map showing Mediterranean area in which U.S. Naval Detachment in Turkish waters operated in 1922. Sailors from the Detachment find time for rest and relaxation in Egypt. Several of them seen on camels, setting off to visit the Pyramids and the Sphinx, where they sightsee from camelback. Then the group rides very rapidly, some on camels and others on horses and burros. Sailors step from railroad car, at Luxor, after traveling 400 miles from Cairo. They are seen riding burros across sand at local village.They ride through the Valley of Kings and the avenue of Sphinxes, between Karnak and Luxor. Several sailors and their guides climb on some of the sphinxes.Statue of Rameses the Great in the Temple of Luxor. Sailors with guides walk avenue between towering remains of Luxor.
The monuments in Egypt. The Sphinx and Obelisk in Egypt. The temple of Luxor. A mosque in the ruins of Luxor. Avenue of Sphinxes at Karnak. The Colossi of Memnon. People walk near the monuments and look at them.
View of temple of Luxor in Egypt. Column architecture of the temple. View of the red granite obelisk. View of statues of Ramesses II in the temple. Ruins of the temple of Luxor
A view of Place de la Concord looking towards American Embassy. Obelisk of Luxor in the background. 1940s and 1950s cars and trucks on the busy roads of Paris. Exterior of museum of Art de Métiers. Open air philately stamp market and flame at the tomb of an unknown soldier at the base of the arc of triumph in Paris. 13 July 1956.
The water wheel in Egypt. Men seated on a ground. A camel standing nearby. A water wheel drawn by the camel. The wheel and the irrigation canal. Tourists getting on boats to go to Luxor. The North Gateway of Karnak.