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speos

In ancient Egypt, a temple or part of a temple, or a tomb of some architectural importance, excavated in solid rock; a grotto temple or tomb.
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She took part in the 2010 World Congress for Middle Eastern Studies in Barcelona, Spain and has been a professor of photography at the Speos Photography School in Paris, France since 2007.
Delacour: Before SPEOS, a user could not have both physically accurate simulation results and display them in a virtual reality environment.
No interior do speos, (9) em todas as paredes em que Nefertari e representada nos recintos do templo, (10) ela aparece calcada, exceto em um lintel (11) sobre a porta que da acesso ao santuario e quando aparece claramente divinizada ao lado de seu marido.
In the New Kingdom room, the lucky visitor may get to see the beautiful speos (cave temple) of Hathor from Deir el-Bahri, built by Thutmose III, and a statue of the cow goddess from the same site dedicated by his son Amenhotep II, who suckles at Hathor's udder.
In a deserted valley in Middle Egypt, in the eastern cliffs about 175 miles south of modern Cairo, is an unusual rock-cut temple known by its classical name of Speos Artemidos, the grotto of Artemis.
They provide the main inputs required by optical simulation programs, such as ASAP, SPEOS, LightTools or LucidShape.