The great pylon at Edfou, Upper Egypt, 1857
Scope and Contents
232 x 163 mm. A view showing the massive entrance to the temple of Horus at Edfu, with a group of Europeans standing at the base of the pylon on which are sculpted various scenes. The drifting sand, which in this print reaches to the top of the wall behind the pylon on which are sculpted various scenes, has subsequently been removed to leave a temple in a remarkable state of preservation.
- Creation: 1857
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Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements
Fair condition, apart from slight water stain along one edge and some yellowing in from edges.
Frith, Francis, 1822-1898, photographer
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