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Title: Across the plain of Thebes and past the Memnon statues, from the western cliffs towards Luxor, Egypt (47)
Author: Unknown author
Summary: Three men in fron the plain of Thebes
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1911/5608
Date: 1904
Original Source Original stereograph: "Across the plain of Thebes and past the Memnon statues, from the western cliffs towards Luxor, Egypt (47), (Underwood and Underwood). 7.75 x 4.2 inches. From the collection of Dr. Paula Sanders, Rice University.
Subject Thebes (Egypt : Extinct city); Amenhotep III, King of Egypt; Memnon (Greek mythology); Statues--Egypt; Stereographs
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Across the plain of Thebes and past the Memnon statues, from the western cliffs towards Luxor, Egypt (47) (1904).
From Travelers in the Middle East Archive (TIMEA). http://hdl.handle.net/1911/5608
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  • TIMEA Visual Materials [1769]
    This collection contains book illustrations, postcards, stereocards, photographs, and ephemera related to travel in the Middle East, primarily Egypt.

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