Browsing TIMEA - Travelers in the Middle East Archive by Author "Pearson, G."

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    • Broken Sistrum 

      Pearson, G. (1890)
      Hand-held instrument which is missing the highest pin, and lacks rings on the second.
    • Cairo Donkey 

      Pearson, G. (1890)
      Person stands behind saddled donkey near an open doorway.
    • Camel at Assûan 

      Pearson, G. (1890)
      Camel rests as two men speak, one gestures off into the distance.
    • Carpet Bazaar, Cairo 

      Pearson, G. (1890)
      Man in open courtyard is surrounded by stacks of carpets.
    • Cartouches of Rameses the Great 

      Pearson, G. (1890)
      Two tablets inscribed with hieroglyphic characters.
    • Cleaning the Colossus 

      Pearson, G. (1890)
      Simple scaffolding supports several workers cleaning the face of a very large head carved from a cliff.
    • Cleopatra 

      Pearson, G. (1890)
      Relief sculpture of woman adorned with a headdress combining attributes of three goddesses.
    • Colonnade of Horemheb 

      Pearson, G. (1890)
      Front row of seven columns stand, slightly deteriorated, rooftop view.
    • Columns of Amenhotep III (Luxor) 

      Pearson, G. (1890)
      A party of eighteen people, many wearing hats or carrying umbrellas, poses on the sand in front of several tall columns.
    • Denderah 

      Pearson, G. (1890)
      Three figures carrying baskets on their heads follow person on camel back, road leads away temple at the foot of the mountains.
    • Digging for Mummies 

      Pearson, G. (1890)
      Four men stand in a pit and one peers over the edge; three others examine a sarcophagus on the ground nearby.
    • Early Christian Shrine, Philæ 

      Pearson, G. (1890)
      A Maltese cross is the centerpiece of and entryway cut from stone.
    • Entrance of Speos 

      Pearson, G. (1890)
      Sands and broken debris nearly hide the small entrance, cut from a wall of inscribed stone.
    • The "French House," Luxor 

      Pearson, G. (1890)
      Multiple story house stands near the shore where at least four boats are docked; woman and child gaze at the water.
    • Gebel Abufayda 

      Pearson, G. (1890)
      Two boats without sails in front of tall cliffs.
    • Girgeh 

      Pearson, G. (1890)
      Multiple figures and boats at the water's edge near a structure with broken archways and leaning pillars.
    • Goddess Ta-ur-t (Philæ) 

      Pearson, G. (1890)
      Upright hippopotamus with a small cape and headdress.
    • Goddess Ta-ur-t (Silsilis) 

      Pearson, G. (1890)
      Half hippopotamus, half woman goddess wearing a crown with a large disk, and a robe with five capes.
    • Grand Colonnade, Philæ 

      Pearson, G. (1890)
      Crumbling pillar in the left foreground precedes a long row of standing pillars, door to very decorated building in center of image.
    • Ground-plan 

      Pearson, G. (1890)
      2D floor plans of the Speos, scale 1/16 inch to a foot.