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speos

(ˈspiːɒs)
n
(Archaeology) (esp in ancient Egypt) a temple or tomb cut into a rock face
[C19: Greek, literally: a cave, grotto]
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Maya Bagirova moved to Paris in 2016.The student of one of the leading photography schools in Europe- Speos Paris Photographic Institute, Maya Bagirova discovered Paris through the photography.
The so-called 'Speos of Horemheb'--itself probably a former gallery quarry--is well known, though emerging evidence (including an underlying scene of two obelisks on a barge which is similar to one at Hatshepsut's temple in Deir el-Bahari) suggests that the temple predates Horemheb.
The show by professor Niloufar Banisadr of the Speos Photography School in Paris, France, will be at the Cuadro Fine Art Gallery from Tuesday.
After almost three hours climbing among the rocks in the hot sun, we were unexpectedly invited to board a small boat and cross the river to see a Speos, a rock-cut temple originally carved for King Horemheb.
SPEOS is fully integrated in the industry standard, CATIA V5.