Levantine Mirage Levantine Mirage
19th-century "studio" photographs of the Levant
Based on the collection in the Archive of the Griffith Institute, Oxford
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Site/Category: Baalbek
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Click to see details of the temple of bacchus, the...
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Click to see details of the temple of  bacchus.
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Click to see details of the temple of bacchus, the coffered...
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Click to see details of the temple of bacchus. details of...
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Click to see details of general view of the roman city and the...
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Click to see details of the temples of jupiter heliopolis and...
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Click to see details of the ummayyad mosque with reused roman...
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Click to see details of the walls of the temple of jupiter...
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Click to see details of the walls of the temple compound built...
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Levantine Mirage
Concept & Direction: Jaromir Malek
Web page & Database design: Jonathan Moffett
Catalogue: Lev Kapitaikin
Scanning: Junghwa Choi