Browsing TIMEA - Travelers in the Middle East Archive by Title

Now showing items 1236-1255 of 2012

    • Nile Barrage 

      Lekegian, G. (1906)
      View of a water-flow control station across the Nile.
    • The Nile Bridge opened, Cairo 

      Rafael Tuck & Sons, Ltd. (1906)
      Ships passing through an open bridge, with some ships docked
    • The Nile from Assuan to the Second Cataract 

      Unknown (1914)
      A map in two sections of the Nile River from Assuan to the Second Cataract, showing cities, towns, and railway stations. City names are in Arabic. Inset in the bottom right corner is a close-in view of the area around Halfa ...
    • The Nile from Cairo to Feshn, including the Fayum and the Pyramids 

      Underwood & Underwood (1905)
      A line map following the course of the Nile from Feshn to Cairo, with locations of the pyramids, topographical markings, cities and towns, and places of interest marked in orange.
    • The Nile from Cairo to Feshn, including the Fayum and the Pyramids 

      Kiepert, Heinrich, 1818-1899; Wagner & Debes (1892)
      colored map of the Nile from Feshn to Cairo, with towns, cities, and places of interest marked along its route.
    • The Nile from Cairo to Feshn, including the Fayum and the Pyramids 

      Kiepert, Heinrich, 1818-1899; Wagner & Debes (1885)
      An electronically enhanced version of a colored map of the Nile from Feshn to Cairo, with towns, cities, and places of interest marked along its route.
    • The Nile from Feshn to Luxor 

      Kiepert, Heinrich, 1818-1899; Wagner & Debes (1892)
      A map showing the villages and towns along the Nile River from Feshn to Luxor, with Arabicized names.
    • The Nile from Keneh to Demhid 

      Kiepert, Heinrich, 1818-1899; Wagner & Debes (1892)
      A two-columned map following the course of the Nile, with the names of cities and towns along its banks.
    • The Nile from the Mediterranean to Khartum 

      Underwood & Underwood (1905)
      A line map of the Nile River with travel routes, and places of interest numbered in orange.
    • The Nile god pouring water over the soul of Osiris. 

      Rosellini, Ippolito (1902)
      The Nile god pouring water from a hand and a breast over Osiris, pictured as a bird with a man's head.
    • The Nile Picnic 

      Unknown (1885)
      A sweating man in military dressbent over under the weight of a large bag of food and supplies. Line drawing.
    • [Nile River Valley] 

      Walker & Boutall (1894)
      A map showing Egypt and the Arabian Peninsula, focusing on the course of the Nile River and the major cities along it.
    • A Nile Village. 

      Grahame, George; Evans, Miss (1879)
      Drawing of a village on the Nile.
    • A Nile Village. 

      Sladen, Douglas (1911)
      On the bank of the Nile sits a cluster of houses and trees.
    • The Nile, Near Assouan. 

      (1910)
      Photograph of the bank of the Nile near Assouan, with a grove of trees and a small boat visible.
    • [The Nile] 

      Survey Department of Giza (1915)
      A simplified map showing the course of the Nile River and the locations of major cities along it.
    • [The Nile] 

      W. & A.K. Johnston Limited (1902)
      Top half of a greyscale map of the course of the Nile River and areas of interest surrounding it, with the parts of the Nile serviced by Cook Tours traced in red, down to the Second Cataract. Also traced are routes through ...
    • [The Nile] 

      W. & A.K. Johnston Limited (1902)
      Bottom half of a greyscale map of the course of the Nile River and areas of interest surrounding it, with the parts of the Nile serviced by Cook Tours traced in red, down to the Second Cataract.
    • The Nilometer 

      Muller, Leopold Carl (1878)
      A measuring bar in the water of the Nile, showing the elevation of the river flow.
    • The Nilometer (measure of inundations), IsLand of Elephantine, first cataract, Egypt. (86) 

      Underwood & Underwood (1904)
      Children standing on nilometer; boat in background