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Francis Frith 
Thebes, Interior of the Hall of Columns, Karnac 
[Lower Egypt, Thebes and the Pyramids] 
1858-1859 (ca) 
Albumen print, from wet collodion negative 
225 x 156mm 
Royal Photographic Society 
[Curatorial description - Royal Photographic Society]
Frith made three photographic trips to the Middle East at the end of the 1850s with three different cameras, a mammoth plate (20 x 16 inch), a full plate (10 x 8 inch) and a stereo camera. Battling against temperatures of 130 degrees Fahrenheit, dust, flies, robbers and wild dogs, he bought back stunning archaeological and architectural studies of a decayed culture.
[Editorial note - Alan Griffiths - 15 December 2011]
This may now be part of The Royal Photographic Society Collection at the National Media Museum [Ref No: 2003-5001/2/20095] 
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