Browsing TIMEA Visual Materials by Title

Now showing items 1386-1405 of 1769

  • Ruined Convent (Coptic) near Philæ 

    Pearson, G. (1890)
    Building with several sphere-like window structures on the roof and one tower sits near the river shore.
  • Ruined Mosque of el-Hakim. 

    Symington, J. A. (1902)
    Ruins of an old mosque. Line Drawing.
  • The Ruined Mosque of Ibn-Tuloon 

    Strassberger, B. (1878)
    View of a mosque from outside and above its walls.
  • Ruined Temple at Tafah, Nubia 

    Pearson, G. (1890)
    A lone palm stands beside what remains of a small temple, background of mountains.
  • Ruins of Ancient Church, Famagusta 

    Unknown (1900)
    Remaining arches of church. Black-and-white photograph.
  • Ruins of Chefren 

    Werner, Carl (1878)
    Two men standing atop stone ruins.
  • [Ruins of Isses Templet] 

    I.T. Relling & Co. (1900)
    View of the ruins of the Isses Templet
  • The Ruins of Philae. 

    (1910)
    Full-color photograph of the ruins of two partially submerged temples at Philae.
  • Ruins of Sais 

    Muller, Leopold Carl (1878)
    Heavily-worn ruins in the desert.
  • Ruins of Tanis 

    Strassberger, B. (1878)
    An expanse of rubble from ruined buildings of Tanis.
  • Ruins of the City Wall of Alexandria 

    Muller, Leopold Carl (1878)
    A ruined wall in the desert.
  • Ruins of the Governer's Palace at Famagusta. 

    (1878)
    Uniformed guards marching through a courtyard toward a high archway.
  • S. H. Leeder 

    Unknown (1918)
    A photo of the book author. . Black- and- white photograph.
  • S.S. "Rameses" 

    Sanderson (1906)
    A boat with two levels of rooms and small decorative flags covering its masts.
  • Sa'ga't (1). Ta'r (2), and Dar'abook'keh (3). 

    Lane, E. W. (Edward William), 1801-1876 (1836)
    Two sets of brass finger cymbals, a tambourine and a drum. . Engraving (prints).
  • [Saboa Templet Nubia] 

    Unknown (1900)
    Several men in and around the saboa templet in Nubia
  • Sack'cka Shur'beh. 

    Lane, E. W. (Edward William), 1801-1876 (1836)
    A man carring a big water bag on his shoulder. His right hand holding a cup- ready to supply water for passengers. Engraving (prints).
  • Sack'ckas. 

    Lane, E. W. (Edward William), 1801-1876 (1836)
    A man leading a camel which is carring a water bag on the back, followed by an ass carring a water bag which is pushed by a boy. Another boy is carrying a water bag himself. Engraving (prints).
  • Sacred Tree of Fatima 

    Welsch, F.C. (1878)
    A low, wide-branching tree with sheets draped over some of its bare branches.
  • Sacred Uraeus Snake 

    Ramsthal, August (1878)
    A cobra.