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  • Fallen Colossus of Rameses II. 

    Fiedler, Bernhard (Electronic version published by Rice University, Houston, Tx, 1878)
    A fallen statue lies face-down in a pool of water among palm trees.
  • Hykshos Sphinx 

    Strassberger, B. (Electronic version published by Rice University, Houston, Tx, 1878)
    A small statue of the Sphinx, which has sustained some damage.
  • The Last of Nicopolis. 

    Grahame, George; Evans, Miss (Electronic version published by Rice University, Houston, Tx, 1879)
    Drawing of a crumbled pillar at the edge of the water.
  • Osiride Court and Fallen Colossus, Ramesseum, Thebes 

    Pearson, G. (Electronic version published by Rice University, Houston, Tx, 1890)
    Three huge standing stone figures pose with varying degrees of damage, each in front of its own pillar; a fourth is mostly hidden behind another pillar in the foreground.
  • PHYLAE, Le Kiosk 

    Lichtenstern & Harari (Electronic version published by Rice University, Houston, Texas., 1900)
    Intact ruins of an ornate temple
  • River Wall on the Damietta Arm of the Nile 

    Welsch, F.C. (Electronic version published by Rice University, Houston, Tx, 1878)
    A crumbled brick structure jutting into the Nile.
  • Ruined Convent (Coptic) near Philæ 

    Pearson, G. (Electronic version published by Rice University, Houston, Tx, 1890)
    Building with several sphere-like window structures on the roof and one tower sits near the river shore.
  • Ruined Temple at Tafah, Nubia 

    Pearson, G. (Electronic version published by Rice University, Houston, Tx, 1890)
    A lone palm stands beside what remains of a small temple, background of mountains.
  • Ruins of Chefren 

    Werner, Carl (Electronic version published by Rice University, Houston, Tx, 1878)
    Two men standing atop stone ruins.
  • Ruins of Sais 

    Muller, Leopold Carl (Electronic version published by Rice University, Houston, Tx, 1878)
    Heavily-worn ruins in the desert.
  • Ruins of Tanis 

    Strassberger, B. (Electronic version published by Rice University, Houston, Tx, 1878)
    An expanse of rubble from ruined buildings of Tanis.
  • Ruins of the Governer's Palace at Famagusta. 

    (Electronic version published by Rice University, Houston, Tx, 1878)
    Uniformed guards marching through a courtyard toward a high archway.
  • Saint's Tomb in the Desert Behind the Cataract Hotel at Assuan. 

    Sladen, Douglas (Electronic version published by Rice University, Houston, Tx, 1911)
    The ruins of a domed, brick structure are pictured.
  • Temple of Dabôd 

    Pearson, G. (Electronic version published by Rice University, Houston, Tx, 1890)
    Two towers stand before a partially ruined temple, which is surrounded by a low pile of fallen bricks.
  • Temple of Kalabsheh, Nubia 

    Pearson, G. (Electronic version published by Rice University, Houston, Tx, 1890)
    Temple with severe damage, no roof, and only five pillars seen to remain standing.