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Unidentified Daguerreotypist, Rome: Le Temple d'Hercule ou de Vesta, 1840 (ca), Daguerreotype, Interencheres - La Gallerie de Chartes, Exceptionnel ensemble de 9 daguerréotypes Romes, vers 1840 (Galerie de Chartres, Auction, 23 October 2011, Lot: 2), LL/44277
Remnants of the Ancient and Classical world
Travelers to the Ancient and Classical World
342.01   Photographers on the Grand Tour
342.02   Joseph-Philibert Girault de Prangey: The Ancient and Classical World
342.03   Francis Bedford: The Prince of Wales and his trip to the East (1862)
Egypt: Archaeological sites
342.04   Egypt: The Pyramids of Giza
342.05   Egypt: Climbing the Pyramids
342.06   Egypt: The Sphinx
342.07   Egypt: Pyramid of Djoser (Zoser), Sakkarah (Saqqara)
342.08   Egypt: Colossi of Memnon
342.09   Egypt: Dendara
342.10   Egypt: Edfou
342.11   Egypt: Karnak
342.12   Egypt: Kom Ombo
342.13   Egypt: Luxor
342.14   Egypt: Philae
342.15   Egypt: Thebes
342.16   Egypt: Thebes: Medinet Habu - Medinet Haboo (Mortuary Temple of Ramesses III)
342.17   Egypt: Valley of the Kings
Egypt - Photographers
342.18   Jules Itier: Egypt
342.19   Félix Teynard: Egypt and Nubia
342.20   Félix Teynard: Egypt and Nubia: Negatives
342.21   Louis de Clercq: Egypt
342.22   Maxime du Camp: Egypte, Nubie, Palestine et Syrie (1852)
342.23   John Beasly Greene: Le Nil (1854)
342.24   Francis Frith: Books on Egypt, Sinai and Palestine
342.25   Francis Frith: Egypt
342.26   Francis Frith: Stereoviews of Egypt and Nubia
342.27   Francis Bedford: The Prince of Wales and his trip to the East - Egypt (1862)
342.28   Gustave Le Gray: Egypt
342.29   William de Wiveleslie Abney: Thebes and its Five Greater Temples (1876)
342.30   H. Béchard: The Pyramids
342.31   Charles Piazzi Smyth: Lantern slides and other photographs of Egypt
The difficulties of photographing archaeological sites
342.32   The Breasted Expeditions to Egypt and the Sudan (1905-1907)
342.33   Photographing in the interior of the Great Temple at Abu Simbel (1906)
342.34   Photographing the Temple of Amun and Amunhotep III at Soleb (1907)
Egypt: Archaeological finds
342.35   Egypt: Wall art, bas-relief, hieroglyphics and graffiti
342.36   Egypt: Cleopatra's Needle
342.37   Greece: Athens: Acropolis: Parthenon
342.38   Greece: Athens: Acropolis: Erechtheion
342.39   Greece: Athens: Acropolis: Propylaia
342.40   Greece: Athens: Temple of Olympian Zeus (Olympieion)
342.41   William J. Stillman: Athens: Acropolis (1868-1870)
342.42   Walter Hege: Greece: Athens: The Acropolis (1928-1930)
Italy: Rome
342.43   Italy: Rome: The Colosseum
342.44   Italy: Rome: Arch of Constantine
342.45   Italy: Rome: Forum Romanum
342.46   Italy: Rome: Forum Traiani
342.47   Robert Macpherson: The monuments of Rome
342.48   James Anderson: The Roman Forum
342.49   James Anderson: The Colosseum
342.50   John Henry Parker: Recent Excavations in Rome: Made in 1868
342.51   Carlo Baldassare Simelli: Rome
342.52   Robert Rive: Rome
Italy: Pompeii
342.53   John Shaw Smith: Pompeii
342.54   Giorgio Sommer: Pompeii
342.55   Auguste Lesouëf: Pompeii (1880)
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