Photographs from Egypt.
Lachmann, Robert, 1892-1939Photograph
A man stands part way up a flight of stone steps; at the top is a stone archway
[Russian title] [...] vers D.M. Grande scale de pierre di conduce del [...] elle che Djebel-Muze. Porte della "confessione". -[...] towards Djebel Musa. Grand scale of the stone [.] Gate of the "Confession" -Sinaiy
[...] towards Djebel Musa. Grand scale of the stone [.] Gate of the "Confession"
Photographs are housed in a leather album with gold lettering in Russian
title page states that the photographs are from a 1910 voyage to the Sinai
photograph has handwritten title in Italian and Russian and is numbered (68) and dated (8 Mai 1910) on the album page
1 item : albumen
11.5 x 16.4 cm ( 4.5 x 6.5 in)..
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