Figures of ancient Egyptian people and animals carved into a cave wall. The cave in which this carving is located is not specified, but it is one of the many located at the base of the Jabal al-Ṭārif cliff. From a Sixth Dynasty tomb.
Claremont scholar James Robinson interviewing Rāghib Andarāwus al-Qiss 'Abd al-Sayyid in Qina. Rāghib is an Egyptian historian known for first selling the Nag Hammadi codices to the Coptic Museum in Cairo in 1946.