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||Portico of the temple, Dendera
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||Pillars in the great hall, Karnac
||The Tyropean Valley
||South edge of the Island of Philae
||Valley of the Tombs of the Kings
||Absalom's Tomb, Jerusalem
||Doum palm and ruined mosque, Philae
||Rock tombs and Belzoni's Pyramid, Gizeh [Giza]
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Albums by Francis Frith
||Frith, Francis, 1822-1898, photographer
|Extent and Medium
||Fair condition, water staining along one edge and slight fading in from edges.
|Content and context|
234 x 162 mm. A view looking towards the town of Ramleh with ruined archways in the foreground. Frith describes it in his commentary as: 'a good and thoroughly oriental town, familiar to all travellers in Palestine.' On the skyline stands a mosque, formerly (according to Frith) the Church of St. John.
|Frith, Francis (1822-1898) photographer|
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