Some rather fantastic images of Egypt taken in 1900 from the Brooklyn Museum Archives, Lantern Slide Collection. You can check out the rest of this set of photographs here.

In the first photo we can see the temple at Kom Ombo half-buried in sand, the second shows us the entrance to Pyramid of Cheops, and the last photo, Hagar el-Silsileh.

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