Upper Egypt (region)
Found in 92 Collections and/or Records:
192 x 241 mm. A view showing a young warrior posing for the camera and holding a long sword.
Approximately 220 x 160 mm. Photographer unknown.
79 x 79 mm. A view showing the colossal statues of Rameses at Abu Simbel, with the Nile in the foreground.
232 x 153 mm. A view showing the temple ruins in the foreground with the granite formation beyond which looks over the island of Philae. Frith was obviously pleased with this composition: 'Ah, brother Photographers! With a sky like that, and such subjects, and a bottle of splendid pale - not ale - but, collodion, you only can imagine the glory of such a day.'
107 x 65 mm. A group of men standing in front of a plane.
110 x 65 mm. Showing an aeroplane on the ground. A group of people stand before it.
70 x 40 mm. A group of men, mostly sat on crates outside a small tent. One is stood holding the reins of a horse.
228 x 157 mm. A fine landscape taken from the top of a hill opposite the Isle of Elephantine and looking north along the Nile. Two Europeans stand in the foreground watching the scene below where dhows are moored along the riverbank unloading produce. The town itself is visible on the skyline in the distance.
65 x 45 mm.
110 x 65 mm.
138 x 52 mm.
81 x 56 mm.
140 x 70 mm.
826 x 222 mm (panoramic view composed of three joined prints). A view from above the Navigation Canal looking along the north face of the dam.
44 x 70 mm. Major Brackley on a donkey.
70 x 44 mm.
70 x 45 mm.
78 x 78 mm. A view showing three Arabs standing against a rocky background (at Aswan ?). The Bisharin are part of the mountain people known collectively as Beja, a group which also includes the Hadendowa.
153 x 114 mm. A view showing Camerons and stacked rifles at Luxor Station.
80 x 100 mm. Showing Major H. G. Brackley (Pilot) on a mule/donkey arriving at the aerodrome at Assouan on the morning of the aeroplane crash.
45 x 70 mm. Showing Brackley riding on a donkey or mule.
90 x 125 mm. Showing Brackley sat on a donkey/mule. The caption continues: 'Handley page entry. Pilot (Major H.G. Brackley) arriving at the aerodrome at Assouan on the morning of the crash.'
154 x 114 mm. A view showing troops eating their breakfast at Luxor station platform, with their rifles stacked in rows in front of them.
154 x 126 mm. A view showing troops eating their breakfast at Luxor station platform, with their rifles stacked in rows in front of them.
152 x 138 mm. A view showing Camerons leaving one of the double-decker transport barges.