Ruins of the Great Hall and two obelisks; in foreground people gather at water's edge. Title from item. No. 1894. No. 1004. On verso: (Karnak) Thebes. The Great Hall. General view.
Large rock looms over shallows and rock outcroppings along the Nile River in Egypt. Title from item. No. 1793. On verso: Second Cataract. Wadi Haifa. River Nile.
Four headless statues standing before colonnade, on right bust of larger statue laying face down. Title from item. No. 1864. On verso: Thebes. The Ramesseum. The fallen Colossus.
Two people and pack animal make their way along road on the floor of the Valley of Kings, Egypt. Title from item. No. 1855. On verso: Thebes. Valley of the Tombs of the Kings.
Lower parts of columns in a roofless room with walls decorated with hieroglphyics and bas-reliefs. Title from item. No. 1871. On verso: Thebes (Medinet Habou) Remains of Hall of Columns.
Men standing next to a series of shadoofs (shadufs), devices which lift water from a stream or well for use in irrigation. Title from item. Photograph by Adelphi and Constantine Zangaki. No. 630.
Title devised by library staff. On verso: Africa. Natives. Egypt, Alexandria. Woman on back of donkey. Possibly taken by Tancrède R. Dumas.
Stone structures on the island of Biggeh. Signed and dated on glass plate. Published in: Upper Egypt and Ethiopia / Francis Frith. London : William Mackenzie, [1862?, pl. 16].
View of the remains of two colossuses and sphinx that may have stood at the head of a walkway. Signed, dated, and numbered on glass plate. Published in: Upper Egypt and Ethiopia / Francis Frith. London : Willia... more