Cleopatra’s Needle with Part of Alexandria taken from the North by “drawn on stone by from a sketch by Capt Head.” Source: Eastern and Egyptian Scenery. 1833. Hathi Trust Digital Library online version of a copy in the Getty Research Institute. Click on image to enlarge it.
Related Material Including Other Material about Alexandria
- Cleopatra’s Needle on the Victoria Embankment, London (Edwardahn photograph)
- Pompey’s Pillar with Part of Alexandria Taken from the N.E. , lithograph by R. I. Gale after C. F. Head
- Egypt (homepage)
- Alexandria (homepage)
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Head, Charles Franklin. Eastern and Egyptian Scenery, Ruins, &c. Accompanied with Descriptive Notes, Maps, and Plans. Illustrative of a Journey from India to Europe, followed by an Outline of an Overland Route, Statistical Remarks, etc. Intended to Show the Advantage of Steam Navigation from England to India.. London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1833. Hathi Trust Digital Library online version of a copy in the Getty Research Institute. Web 5 August 2020.
Created 6 August 2020