I well remember the morning when I stood before the propylon, or chief entrance of Karnak.
Champollion and some architects suppose that they stood before a propylon.
Judging from the scenes and inscriptions which accompany it, Champollion thought this represented a propylon at the Ramesseum.
The really ancient part of the structure begins with the rows of sphinxes which border the road behind the propylon.
The second type of propylon differs from the first in having a very much smaller doorway in comparison with its total mass.
I well remember the morning I stood before the propylon, or chief entrance of Karnak.
Hallock sat as rigid as a carved figure flanking an Egyptian propylon, which his attitude suggested.
Do you know, too, that my ignorance is such that I had to look in the dictionary to find out what plectrum and propylon meant.