|19th-century "studio" photographs of Egypt|
|Based on the collection in the Archive of the Griffith Institute, Oxford|
|Detail Page||48 of 1278|
|Description:||The temple of Horus, the girdle wall. Wall relief, Ptolemy X Alexander I, with Horus and Isis in a sailing-boat, spearing a hippopotamus, PM vi, 161 (309)-(311).|
|Date:||c.1900 [Gr. Inst. 4166 in an album dated 1904.]|
|Signature & Caption:||[no signature] [no caption]|
(a) 19.7 by 25.8 cm
(b) 21.8 by 27.9 cm
(c) 19.9 by 26.1 cm
|Griffith Institute Archive reference:||
(a) Gr. Inst. 764
(b) Gr. Inst. 4166
(c) Somers Clarke MSS. 11.19
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