Two men in front of a stone block structure with carved columns at the left and artwork on walls at the right
Thebes Portion of the Ruins of the Temple of Karnak, showing the Ancient Sanctuary or Adytum.:
London Ros[ing] 1990/05]
Photographer's signature at lower left
Title and series number (1057) are handwritten in pencil
Contract Pennsylvania University 02072012
1 item : albumen
20.5 x 16 cm ( 8.125 x 6.25 in)..
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Thebes General view of the Temple of Karnak from the South.: -General view from the south of the Temple of Karnak, which is said to have been a mile and a half round.
Frank Mason Good 1839-1928Photograph
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