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[700] Valley of the Soba Rigaleh cont?

-Wadi el-Shatt el-Rigal: rock-inscriptions (nos 358-365?).
-Caption at the top of the page:
'Valley of the Soba Rigaleh cont?'.

-Also labels for 'Am' and 'Two attendants leading in ibexes.'.

This photograph is in a section titled 'VIII Soba Rigaleh, inscrips.'.

Note: This photograph is numbered '700 - continuation of 699'.

Back of front cover

Inside the front cover of the album.

-Note:
'Any of these prints may be
ordered by the numbers from
[Mr. R.V. Harman,
75 High St,
Bromley, Kent. (crossed out)]
His charge for printing is
2s 3d per dozen.
The titles must be noted down
as he will send them only numbered.
50 [131 (underlined and crossed out] in this set.'.

[424] Atl tree. near Kerdaseh.

-A tamarisk tree (an alt tree), under which a person named Ali is seated; the pyramids of Giza are in the background.
-TopBib iii2.11.
-Caption:
'Atl tree.
near Kerdaseh.'.

Also labels for 'Ali' and 'Pyramids.'.

[286] Sakiyeh at Luxor

-A saqiya (mechanical water lifting device) in use in the area of Luxor.
Caption reads:
'Sakiyeh at Luxor
The bullocks in going round, driven by a boy seated behind,
turn a horizontal wheel which gears in a vertical wheel,
this latter raises an endless band of waterpots.'.

[488] Medinet el Faium.

-View of modern Medinet el-Faiyum, with its Islamic cemetery in the foreground (taken from the remains of the old town).
-Caption:
'Medinet el Faium.
from the mounds of the old town.
Cemetery in front.'.

[517] The convent of Kalemsha from N.

-View from the north of the convent of Kalemsha (Deir el-Naqlun, also known as Deir al-Malak Ghubriyal, south of Medinet el-Faiyum? Or Deir Abu Ishaq, also known as Deir al-Hamam or the Monastery of the Holy Virgin, near el-Lahun?).
-Caption:
'The convent of Kalemsha from N.'.

[516] The convent of Kalemsha.

-Desert landscape in the Faiyum with, in the background, the convent of Kalemsha (Deir el-Naqlun, also known as Deir al-Malak Ghubriyal, south of Medinet el-Faiyum? Or Deir Abu Ishaq, also known as Deir al-Hamam or the Monastery of the Holy Virgin, near el-Lahun?).
-Caption:
'The convent of Kalemsha.
The oldest convent in the Faium, to which all the
Copts in the Faium resort at Easter-tide.'.

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