Nakhon Thom [Angkor Wat], Cambodia. Photograph, 1981, from a negative by John Thomson, 1866.
- Thomson, J. 1837-1921.
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A well-trodden pathway over large stone flags to a monumental entrance with three conical stepped towers. A tall slender pole on the left hand side, trees to the right. A man standing in the entrance. Similar to Thomson's negative number 461
West gateway, Nakhon Watt, Cambodia
1 photograph : photoprint
This is one of a collection of same-size contact prints made, in 1981, from John Thomson's original negatives. The glass negatives, made between 1868 and 1872, were purchased from Thomson by Sir Henry Wellcome in 1921 and are now in the Wellcome Institute Library
Wellcome Library no. 19159i