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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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These converge upon a large hall at the southwest corner, directly opposite the propylon. (45)
The propylon of the Temple of Amon-Re Montu in the temple area of North Karnak is a remarkably preserved monument constructed during a period that extends through the reigns of Ptolemy III Euergetes I and Ptolemy IV Philopator.
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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?), priests and priestesses, a quay with boats.
The volumes follow each other treating building after building in a haphazard way: propylons of the main street, main temple, coins, fortifications, gymnasium, treasury.(15) Indeed the excavations are published as they were made, mound after mound, without any systematic plan of studying the grid of streets, the function of the empty spaces, the zoning of the city, the reasons for the location of buildings like the gymnasium or the arsenal.