Cleopatra's Temple at Erment [Armant] near thebes, 1857
Scope and Contents
211 x 160 mm. A view showing the standing columns of the Temple at Erment (also spelt Armant) with piles of rubbish and a seated figure in the foreground. In his commentary Frith condemns the contemporary prejudice that anything less than three thousand years old is considered 'degenerate', modern - of no interest.
- Creation: 1857
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Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements
Good condition, apart from slight fading.
Frith, Francis, 1822-1898, photographer
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