The map of the Giza plateau and monuments drawn by Karl Richard Lepsius is a detailed and accurate representation of the Giza Necropolis as it existed during the mid-19th century. The map was created by Karl Richard Lepsius, a German Egyptologist and archaeologist, as part of his Prussian Expedition to Egypt between 1849 and 1859. The map provides a detailed layout of the Giza plateau, including the location of the pyramids, the Sphinx, temples, and other structures. It also includes a key, which identifies the various monuments and their respective dates of construction.

Lepsius and his team conducted extensive surveys and measurements of the Giza plateau and its monuments, which were then used to create the map. It is considered to be an important historical document as it provides a snapshot of the Giza Necropolis as it existed before modern restoration and conservation efforts were undertaken.


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