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The Hypaethral Temple (called the "Pharoah's bed"), Philae, Egypt; stereoscopic views. Photograph by Francis Frith, 1856/1859.

Frith, Francis.
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1856-1859

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view The Hypaethral Temple (called the "Pharoah's bed"), Philae, Egypt; stereoscopic views. Photograph by Francis Frith, 1856/1859.

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Credit: The Hypaethral Temple (called the "Pharoah's bed"), Philae, Egypt; stereoscopic views. Photograph by Francis Frith, 1856/1859. Credit: Wellcome Collection. Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)

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1856-1859

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1 photograph : glass stereograph ; sheet 8.3 x 17.2 cm

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Hypaethral Temple at Philae, usually called "Pharoah's Bed" [...]

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 567543i

Lettering note

Lettering, giving historical information on the subject, is attached to the edge of the glass stereograph, and bears the signature "John Watton[?]"
Photographic image bears lettering in corner: "Frith 339"

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