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Early 19th Century This is a Carte de visite, an albumen photographic tourist print of a ruined amphitheatre. Along the bottom of the print is the name of the temple and its location. Siracusa Teatro Greco. Also along the bottom is the name Sommer, possibly the photographer

Photographic Print

19th Century This is an albumen photographic tourist print collected by the Stanford family showing the Temple of Giunone e Lucina, Girgenti, Agrigento. Located on a plateau overlooking Sicily's southern coast, Agrigento was founded as Akragas around 582 BC by a group

Photographic Print

19th Century Albumen photographic tourist print of ruined temple. Along the bottom of the print is the name of the temple and location. Tempio di Castore e Palluce - Girgenti. Also along the bottom is the name Crupi, possibly the photographers name, and No. 112. The p

Photographic Print

19th Century This is an albumen photographic tourist print collected by the Stanford family showing the Temple of Concord, built around 440 BC, Girgenti, Agrigento. Located on a plateau overlooking Sicily's southern coast, Agrigento was founded as Akragas around 582 B

Photographic Print

19th Century This is an albumen photographic tourist print collected by the Stanford family showing the Temple of Concord, built around 440 BC, Girgenti, Agrigento, with a boy stood in the foreground. Located on a plateau overlooking Sicily's southern coast, Agrigento

Photographic Print

19th Century This is an albumen photographic tourist print collected by the Stanford family showing a ruined temple; Tempio di Giunone Lucina in Girgenti, Agrigento, with a boy stood reading in the foreground. Located on a plateau overlooking Sicily's southern coast,

Photographic Print

19th Century This is an albumen photographic tourist print collected by the Stanford family. The photograph taken shows a relief with a man on a chariot, the antiquity is from Palermo. Founded by the Phoenicians, who named it Ziz, Sicily?s capital Palermo was settled

Photographic Print

19th Century This is an albumen photographic tourist print collected by the Stanford family showing 'Trinacria?. The three legs of the Trinacria, the heraldic symbol of Sicily, are said to represent the island's three points. The head depicted in the centre is that of

Photographic Print

19th Century This is an albumen photographic tourist print collected by the Stanford family. The photograph taken shows three damaged statues of female figures draped in long robes. The statues are part of a collection held at a Museum in Palermo, Sicily. Printed in a

Photographic Print

19th Century This is an albumen photographic tourist print collected by the Stanford family taken at Selinute, an abandoned Greek city with ruins of an acropolis and numerous temples; the city was founded in the seventh century BC and destroyed in 409 BC, and is locat

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