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19th Century This is an albumen photographic tourist print collected by the Stanford family showing a huge cliff face covered in foliage, with a large cave; entrance blocked by a wall with large wooden gate. The photograph was taken at Orecchio di Dionisio (the Ear of

Photographic Print

19th Century This is an albumen photographic tourist print collected by the Stanford family showing the Greek theatre and fortress or castle, at Taormina. Taormina is located on a plateau below Mount Tauro, for which it is named, and is situated on the North Eastern c

Photographic Print

19th Century This is an albumen photographic tourist print collected by the Stanford family showing an ancient ruined Roman Amphitheatre; a boy dressed in a toga stands in the foreground with the ruins behind him. In conformity to tradition, the Roman Theatre is oval

Photographic Print

19th Century This is an albumen photographic tourist print collected by the Stanford family showing the gallery of the Greek theatre at Taormina. Taormina is located on a plateau below Mount Tauro, for which it is named, and is situated on the North Eastern corner of

Photographic Print

18 May 1886 This is an albumen photographic tourist print collected by the Stanford family showing the volcanic eruption of Mount Etna occurring at 11 am on 18 May 1886, as seen from the Greek Theatre. Mount Etna is located in the East of the island of Sicily, and at

Photographic Print

19th Century This is an albumen photographic tourist print showing a view of Siracusa. Located near the South Eastern corner of Sicily on the Ionian coast, Siracusa (Syracuse) is built on an ancient Greek settlement founded by Corinthians in 734 BC. With a population

Photographic Print

19th Century This is an albumen photographic tourist print collected by the Stanford family showing the ruined catacombs at Taormina. Taormina is situated on the North Eastern corner of Sicily on the Ionian coast; it was named Tauromenion in 358 BC, and figured promin

Photographic Print

19th Century This is an albumen photographic tourist print collected by the Stanford family showing a rock face with cave at Latomie del Paradiso, Siracusa. Located near the South Eastern corner of Sicily on the Ionian coast, Siracusa (Syracuse) is built on an ancient

Photographic Print

Early 19th Century This is an albumen photographic tourist print collected by the Stanford family showing an ancient ruined Greek Amphitheatre. In conformity to tradition, the Greek Theatre is semicircular and open, this compares to a Roman Theatre, which are usually oval a

Photographic Print

Early 19th Century This is an albumen photographic tourist print collected by the Stanford family showing an ancient ruined Greek Amphitheatre; two boys dressed in togas stands in the foreground with. In conformity to tradition, the Greek Theatre is semicircular and open, t

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