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Propylon

A monumental gateway, usually between two towers, in ancient Egyptian architecture. One, or a series, stood in front of the actual entrance or pylon of most temples and other important buildings.

propylon

In ancient Egyptian architecture, a monumental gateway, usually between two towers in outline like truncated pyramids, of which one or a series stood before the actual entrance or pylon of most temples or other important buildings.
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The introductory chapter contains discussions of a selection of subjects for preliminary consideration, including a short description of the general characteristics of the propylon as an architectural type during the Ptolemaic Period, a summary of previous studies of the gate under consideration, an outline of the method used in the collation of the texts, an assessment of previous discussion of the architecture of the gate, extant early drawings, and a short explanation of the characteristics and difficulties of the texts under study.
A rationale for the determination of the dating of the propylon is given, with a consideration of the stela of Ptolemy III commemorating its construction.
Chapter 3 is somewhat of a departure from the factual information about the propylon, but it is a useful addition to the history of the monument.
He has a special interest in the similarities found in two well-preserved Karnak gates of the Ptolemaic period, and as a consequence a comparison is made between the propylon of the Khonsu Temple of Ptolemy III and the one under present consideration.
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28), an island with a temple upon it, a farm, a temple in the Egyptian style, a small grass-covered island (with a hut, animals, and peasants), a pergola, soldiers before a building, a propylon before which is a pedestal with a statue of a dog (= Anubis?
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The volumes follow each other treating building after building in a haphazard way: propylons of the main street, main temple, coins, fortifications, gymnasium, treasury.