|Lotos Column at Beni-Hassan
|Beni Hasan is a site of tombs located in Middle Egypt, between Asyut and Memphis.
|Sedinga Column with Head of Isis
|A sketch of a column from Sedinga.
|Lotos Column from Thebes
|Sculptured column from the Great Temple at Karnak. The Lotus (Water Lily) was symbolic in ancient Egyptian monuments. The lily opened its pedals each morning to the sun.
|Lotos Column from Thebes
|Painted Column from the Memnomium of Ramesses II.
|Columns masked with statues of Osiris. Temple of Rameses III. New Kingdom Temple of Amun-Ra.
|Different Columns From Bas-Reliefs Of Prisse
|Illustration of different columns from bas-reliefs from Prisse.
|Octagonal Pillar In Beni-Hassan
|Illustration of an octagonal pillar in Beni-Hassan.
|Sixteen Sided Fluted Pillar
|Illustration of a sixteen sided fluted pillar.
|Column From Beni-Hassan
|Illustration of column from Beni-Hassan; from Lepsius.
|Column At Luxor
|Illustration of column at Luxor.
|Column At Medinet-Abou
|Illustration of column at Medinet-Abou.
|A Column At Medinet-Abou
|An illustration of a column at Medinet-Abou.
|Column From The Great Hall At Karnak
|Illustration of a column from the Great Hall of Karnak.
|Column From The Hypostyle Hall At Ramesseum
|An illustration of the column from the Hypostyle Hall of the Ramesseum; from Horeau.
|Column Of Soleb
|Column of Soleb; from Lepsius.
|Column Of Thothmes
|Illustration of column of Thothmes at Karnak, from Lepsius.
|Column At Kalabche
|Column at Kalabché, from the elevation of Prisse.
|Column Of Thothmes III
|Column of Thothmes III. From the ambulatory of Thothmes at Karnak, from the elevation of Prisse.
|Base Of A Column
|Base of a column, from the great hall of Ramesseum, central avenue.
|Column In The Court Of Bubastides At Karnak
|An illustration of the column in the court of the Bubastides, at Karnak.
|Pluteus In The Intercolumniations Of The Portico In Ramesseum
|An illustration of the pluteus in the intercolumniations of the portico in the second court of Ramesseum.
|Great Hall of Columns
|An image of the Great Hall of Columns at Karnak. Restored. Built by Seti I.
|Restored Great Hall of Columns
|A restoration of Great Hall of Columns at Karnak.
|Columns From Memnonium
|Columns from the Memnonium in Thebes, which were in the form of the bud of the papyrus plant.
|Granite Column In Expanded Papyrus Form
|An Egyptian granite column in the British Museum which imitates the form of a full blown expanded papyrus.
|Column From Beni Hassan
|A column from Beni Hassan with square piers or columns with eight, twelve or sixteen faces.
|Hathor column from the temple of Hatshepsut.
|Columns at the Temple of Khnum
|The columns at the temple of Khnum.