National Geographic : 1926 Sep
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE (iN.<j.b. Autochrome Lumlere Dy (,ervals Ctourtellemont IMAGES OF RAMESES II CARVED IN THE ROCK AT ABU SIMBEL The vast rock temple of Ra-Harmachis is largely the work of Rameses II. This widely adver tised Pharaoh suffered from a "Narcissus" complex. Like the beautiful youth who became enamored of his reflection in a woodland pool, so fond was Rameses of his own likeness that he set it up in stone throughout the length and breadth of Egypt.