Great Court showing a portion of second propylon:
Frank Mason Good 1839-1928Photograph
One of the semi-circular exedrae or recesses decorated with niches; large stone blocks [from the roof] have fallen on the ground in front
Cour du Grand Temple de Ba'albek: -Court of the Great Temple of Baalbek -La Palestine Illustrée IV: Collection de Vues Recueillies en Orient, Galilee et Liban
Court of the Great Temple of Baalbek
La Palestine Illustrée IV: Collection de Vues Recueillies en Orient, Galilee et Liban
Georges Bridel, Lausanne
Holy Land Image Collection
Lenkin Photo Image Collection
Lenkin Family Collection current owner
Lenkin Family Collection
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