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LL/34552
ThumbnailCaptain Charles Wilson 
Title page for "Ordnance Survey of Jerusalem" by Captain Charles Wilson R.E. 
1863 
Title page 
Location and source information requested 
22 
  
LL/36004
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Palestine Exploration Fund 
1876 
Book page 
Google Books 
23 
  
LL/39323
ThumbnailH. Phillips 
Palestine Exploration Fund Photographs 
1873, October 
Book advert 
Google Books 
24 
  
LL/39326
ThumbnailC.F. Tyrwhitt-Drake 
Gateway of Tower at Sebaita 
1871 (published) 
Book illustration, based on a photograph 
Google Books 
25 
  
LL/36013
ThumbnailGeorge Skene Keith 
Title page for Alexander Keith "Evidence of the Truth of the Christian Religion derived from the Literal Fulfilment of Prophecy", Thirty-seventh edition (London, T. Nelson and Sons, 1859) 
1859 
Title page 
Google Books 
26 
  
LL/36014
ThumbnailGeorge Skene Keith 
Roman Temple at Gerasa 
1859 
Engraving, from a Daguerreotype 
Google Books 
27 
  
LL/36015
ThumbnailGeorge Skene Keith 
Petra 
1859 
Engraving, from a Daguerreotype 
Google Books 
28 
  
LL/6479
ThumbnailFrancis Frith 
View of Girgeh, Upper Egypt 
1857 
Albumen print 
British Library 
29 
  
LL/38634
ThumbnailFrancis Frith 
Sinaitic Inscriptions in the Wadee El-Mukattab 
[Cairo, Sinai, Jerusalem, and The Pyramids of Egypt] 
1857 
Albumen print 
Private collection of Jan Weijers (Servatius) 
30 
  
LL/39203
ThumbnailJ. McCartney 
Raising the colossal lion at Cnidus 
1858, June 
Salted paper print 
British Library 
Copyright © The British Library Board, Add. MS 31980 f.196 
  
31 
  
LL/39322
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer 
Sophia Schliemann wearing "Priam's Treasure" 
1873 (on or after) 
Albumen print, original 
Creative Commons - Wikipedia 
32 
  
LL/36444
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Two workmen in the gravel pit near the Seminary of St Acheul, 27 April 1859. The standing workman is pointing to the in situ flint 
1859, 27 April 
Albumen print 
Bibliothèques d'Amiens Métropole 
33 
  
LL/36218
ThumbnailDésiré Charnay 
Title page for Désiré Charnay "Cités et ruines Américaines: Mitla, Palenqué, Izamal, Chichen-Itza, Uxmal" (Paris: Gide, Editeur, A. Morel et Cie., 1863) 
[Cités et Ruines Americaines] 
1863 
Title page 
Google Books 
34 
  
LL/36223
ThumbnailDésiré Charnay 
Pierre de la Croix, à Palenque. 
[Cités et Ruines Americaines. Atlas] 
1862-1863 
Albumen print, tipped in 
New York Public Library 
Image ID: 111406 
  
35 
  
LL/36224
ThumbnailDésiré Charnay 
La Prison, A Chichen-Itza. 
[Cités et Ruines Americaines. Atlas] 
1862-1863 
Albumen print, tipped in 
New York Public Library 
Image ID: 111416 
  
36 
  
LL/6488
ThumbnailDésiré Charnay 
The Great Palace at Mitla, interior of the Court 
1860 
Albumen print 
British Library 
37 
  
LL/34548
ThumbnailCharles Piazzi Smyth 
Title page for "A Poor Man's Photography at the Great Pyramid in the year 1865" 
1870 
Title page 
Google Books 
38 
  
LL/6489
ThumbnailJames McDonald 
West entrance to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem 
1864 
Albumen print 
British Library 
39 
  
LL/6490
ThumbnailHenry James 
Stonehenge. Trilithons (B and C) from the south-west 
1867 
Albumen print 
British Library 
Shelfmark: 10351.i.2, Item number: Plate 6 
  
40 
  
LL/39545
ThumbnailGeorge Washington Wilson 
Stonehenge 
n.d. 
Carte de visite 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica 
Courtesy of Bryan and Page Ginns (Sept 25, 2010, / 164) 
  

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