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AlbumP(1911)

Egypt, Syria, Iraq
Browsing photos P001-P224

P_021 - Dimashq (Damascus, Esh Sham, Damas)
[Stone carved statue of seated person, headless]
Date: January 1911
P_022 - Dimashq (Damascus, Esh Sham, Damas)
W wall of mosque [Great Mosque (Umayyad Mosque) - constructed by Caliph al-Walid. Detail of W wall - exterior]
Date: January 1911
P_023 - Dimashq (Damascus, Esh Sham, Damas)
S wall [Great Mosque(Umayyad Mosque) constructed by Caliph al-Walid. Exterior view of S wall looking upwards]
Date: January 1911
P_024 - Dimashq (Damascus, Esh Sham, Damas)
Capitals of Qubbeh, mosque court [Great Mosque (Umayyad Mosque) - constructed by Caliph al-Walid. Courtyard, detail of re-used Corinthian capitals of Kubbet]
Date: January 1911
P_025 - Dimashq (Damascus, Esh Sham, Damas)
Great Mosque [Great Mosque (Umayyad Mosque) - constructed by Caliph al-Walid. Interior colonnade and minbar]
Date: January 1911
P_026 - Dimashq (Damascus, Esh Sham, Damas)
Capitals in court of mosque [Great Mosque (Umayyad Mosque) - constructed by Caliph al-Walid. Courtyard, detail of re-used Corinthian capital of Kubbet]
Date: January 1911
P_027 - Dimashq (Damascus, Esh Sham, Damas)
Capitals in court of mosque [Great Mosque (Umayyad Mosque) - constructed by Caliph al-Walid. Courtyard, detail of re-used Corinthian capital of Kubbet]
Date: January 1911
P_028 - Dimashq (Damascus, Esh Sham, Damas)
Damascus, Great Mosque, detail of gate [Umayyad Mosque - constructed by Caliph al-Walid. Detail of mouldings on gate]
Date: January 1911
P_029 - Dimashq (Damascus, Esh Sham, Damas)
Damascus, Great Mosque [Umayyad Mosque - constructed by Caliph al-Walid. Detail of mouldings on gate]
Date: January 1911
P_030 - Dimashq (Damascus, Esh Sham, Damas)
Damascus, Great Mosque [Umayyad Mosque - constructed by Caliph al-Walid. Detail of mouldings on gate]
Date: January 1911
P_031 - Dimashq (Damascus, Esh Sham, Damas)
Damascus, Great Mosque, door mouldings on S transept [Umayyad Mosque - constructed by Caliph al-Walid. Detail of mouldings over door in S transept]
Date: January 1911
P_032 - Dimashq (Damascus, Esh Sham, Damas)
Damascus, Great Mosque, door mouldings on S transept [Umayyad Mosque - constructed by Caliph al-Walid. Detail of mouldings over door in S transept]
Date: January 1911
P_033 - Dimashq (Damascus, Esh Sham, Damas)
Bronze N doors of mosque [Great Mosque (Umayyad Mosque) - constructed by Caliph al-Walid. Detail showing upper half of bronze N doors]
Date: January 1911
P_034 - Dimashq (Damascus, Esh Sham, Damas)
Bronze N doors of mosque [Great Mosque (Umayyad Mosque) - constructed by Caliph al-Walid. Detail showing lower half of bronze N doors]
Date: January 1911
P_035 - Dimashq (Damascus, Esh Sham, Damas)
City walls, W of Bab Tuma [View of city walls and river. Minaret of al-Arus at the Great (Umayyad) Mosque in distance. Loaded mules in foreground]
Date: January 1911
P_036 - Dimashq (Damascus, Esh Sham, Damas)
[Great Mosque (Umayad Mosque) - detail of moulding over door in S transept]
Date: January 1911
P_037 - Dimashq (Damascus, Esh Sham, Damas)
Mouldings on inner S door of mosque [Great Mosque (Umayyad Mosque) - interior, moulding with Greek inscription underneath, niche above moulding]
Date: January 1911
P_038 - Dimashq (Damascus, Esh Sham, Damas)
Bab esh Sharqi [Bab Sharqi - the Eastern Gate in the Roman ramparts (also spelt Charqi or Charki). Standard Roman triple entrance with central arch aligned exactly onto original Roman thoroughfare. Detail of arch of one of the three gateways]
Date: January 1911
P_039 - Dimashq (Damascus, Esh Sham, Damas)
Bab esh Sharqi [Bab Sharqi - the Eastern Gate in the Roman ramparts (also spelt Charqi or Charki). Standard Roman triple entrance with central arch aligned exactly onto original Roman thoroughfare. Detail of arch of one of the three gateways with children in foreground]
Date: January 1911
P_040 - Dimashq (Damascus, Esh Sham, Damas)
Bab esh Sharqi [Bab Sharqi - the Eastern Gate in the Roman ramparts (also spelt Charqi or Charki). Standard Roman triple entrance with central arch aligned exactly onto original Roman thoroughfare. General view of gateway with street, horse and cart, and people]
Date: January 1911

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