The University of Memphis, US, provides expandable photographs and descriptions of major ancient monuments, accessed via a clickable map or a list.
A team from the U.S. PBS TV programme Nova attempted to recreate the raising of an obelisk. History of obelisks, QTVR and standard images of temples, tombs, and other ancient Egyptian monuments.
This artist offers computer-generated reconstructions of pyramids and temples as first built, along with interactive ground plans and images. Free screen savers, eCard, translator into hieroglyphics.
Computer-rendered walk-through of the interior of an imaginary ancient Egyptian temple, designed by Christina Paul. Bibliography.
Mohammed Motlib uses computer-reconstruction to show how the Window of Appearance could have been used. Part of The Virtual Study Tour, from the New Zealand School of Architecture.
A clear, illustrated introduction to the building process: materials, tools, methods, planning, forms. Descriptions of a worker's house at Deir el Medine and the townhouse of Djehutinefer.
San Jose State University provides an extensive gallery of expandable images, accessed via pull-down menu and selection from an array. Basic information is given for each.
A virtual reality reconstruction of this 18th-dynasty Theban tomb by William L. Mitchell, Manchester Metropolitan University.
Covering sites such as the Temple of Karnak and Pyramids at Giza, among others.
World Art Treasures provides an interactive plan of the Egyptian temple, which leads to photographs, history and description. Glossary available.