Browsing TIMEA - Travelers in the Middle East Archive by Title

Now showing items 1775-1794 of 1994

  • Tassel Ornament 

    Gnauth, Adolf (1878)
  • A Tattooed Girl. 

    Lane, E. W. (Edward William), 1801-1876 (1836)
    Head and bust of woman, showing tatoos onface and hands. Engraving (prints).
  • Tattooed Hands and Foot. 

    Lane, E. W. (Edward William), 1801-1876 (1836)
    Two tattooed hands and a tattooed foot. Engraving (prints).
  • Taufikia 

    Two men standing in front of a low hut, with two ostriches to the side.
  • Team of Camel and Bullock 

    Dittrich, P. (1906)
    A camel and a bull pull a tilling machine on which a white-robed man sits.
  • Tehuti. [AND] Khonsu. 

    Drawings of the ibis-headed god Tehuti and the bird-headed god Khonsu.
  • Temple of Abou Simbel 

    Dittrich, P. (1906)
    The temple at Abou Simbel. There are four large statues of men sitting, but one has been partially destroyed.
  • Temple of Amada 

    Pearson, G. (1890)
    One man leans against a wall and the other sits in the shadow of a pillar. The temple has few designs, many of which are images of birds.
  • The Temple of Amon-Ra at Karnak. 

    Sladen, Douglas (1911)
    The ruins of a temple with two obelisks in the distance.
  • Temple of Dabôd 

    Pearson, G. (1890)
    Two towers stand before a partially ruined temple, which is surrounded by a low pile of fallen bricks.
  • Temple of Dakkeh, Nubia 

    Pearson, G. (1890)
    Temple with two tall front faces as viewed at a distance across the water; several mountains in the background.
  • Temple of Denderah 

    A temple with six thick pillars in the front, each with a face carved into it.
  • Temple of Dendoor 

    Pearson, G. (1890)
    A single tower stands in front of a small, two-columned temple.
  • Temple of Derr, Nubia 

    Pearson, G. (1890)
    Two painted square columns on the left, and a large hole in the center wall, man holding spear in the background.
  • The Temple of Edfu 

    Dunning, H.W. (Photographer) (1905)
    Side view of the front of the Temple of Edfu.
  • Temple of Esneh 

    Pearson, G. (1890)
    Two figures wait inside a wooden gate, leaves and blade-like designs decorate the top of the pillars.
  • Temple of Gerf Hossayn, Nubia 

    Pearson, G. (1890)
    Three large headless (and one normal) statues guard the entrance to a temple with fading inscriptions on its façade.
  • The Temple of Hathor at Dendera 

    Dunning, H.W. (Photographer) (1905)
    View of the front of the Temple of Hathor.
  • Temple of Horus at Edfu. 

    Underwood & Underwood (1905)
    A plan of the Temple of Horus with areas of interest marked in orange.