The Egyptian temple complex of Karnak was glorious in its day. However, what remains of the temple today is a far cry from its formal glory. The Digital Karnak project offers an archive of relevant Egyptian history, and interactive timeline of the complex’s progress, and a virtual reconstruction in Google earth. If Egyptian history fascinates you or if you’re simply looking for a neat digital humanities effort, give this project a look-through.
I am a graduate student in English Literature at Wright State University. Some of my research interests are nineteenth-century British literature, the intersection of literature and Victorian London, and the role of literature in modern intellect.