The quality of the reliefs throughout the parts of the building probably surpasses anything found at any other New Kingdom site.
An Egyptian sarcophagus (inside and outside) taken at the Hall of Ancient Egypt during a Pixel Party event at the Houston Museum of Natural Science.
Philae Temple on Agilkia Island.
On the eastern side of the island adjacent to the main temple complex of Isis is the temple of Hathor, built by Ptolemy VI Philometor and Ptolemy VIII Euergetes II. It consists of a colonnaded hall and a forecourt. The colonnade was decorated by Augustus and is filled with carvings of festivities in recognition of Isis and Hathor, the Aphrodite of Greece and goddess of all the joys of the senses. Here we find scenes of music and drinking. Augustus offers a festal crown to Isis and flowers to Nephthys. Bes is also here, beating a tambourine and playing a harp, while an ape plays a lute. In fact, flute players, harpers and dancing apes flow round the pillars while priests carry in an antelope for the feast.