Image of the discovery of the high altar in the central sanctuary (site 261) looking from site 269 (with remains of decorated columns). Another sanctuary can be seen to the left (site 264). To the right, workmen are uncovering the third sanctuary (site 265). John Garstang can be seen in the background. Handwritten note with negative states 'Meroë Slide 34 M2, Print D 9'. Album print marked '261 M’.
Meroë site 261: 'Temple of Amon'
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- ReferenceGB 3431 JG/M/D/9
- Former ReferenceGB 3431 D.9GB 3431 M.286
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- Physical Description1 silver gelatine dry plate glass negative (188mm x 124mm)
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Published in Garstang, (1911), Meroë: City of the Ethiopians, pl. VII.1, labelled ‘the sanctuaries after excavation: two small altars (L) and high alter (C).’