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Regimental Museum, Brecon July 11-12 2015
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B&W Photograph (plain back)
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View over Baalbek, Lebanon
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Regimental Museum, Brecon July 11-12 2015
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B&W Photograph (plain back)
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Landscape of the Jordan Valley.
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The No ShowRoadshow
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B&W Postcard
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The temple of Luxor. Colonade of Amenhotep III
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The No ShowRoadshow
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B&W Postcard
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Abu Simbel temple (Abou Simbel)
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The No ShowRoadshow
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B&W Postcard
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Philae - a temple of Isis, second pylon
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The No ShowRoadshow
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B&W Postcard
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The Temple of Luxor. The Pylon of Ramsses II
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The No ShowRoadshow
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B&W Postcard
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Philae. General view of the Temple of Isis and the Kiosk
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Firing Line, Cardiff Castle Museum May 16-17 2015
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B&W Photograph (plain back)
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The Akhmenou of Thutmose III, Karnak
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Firing Line, Cardiff Castle Museum May 16-17 2015
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B&W Photograph (plain back)
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Statues of Amun (L) and Amunet (R) near the Sixth pylon at Karnak.
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Firing Line, Cardiff Castle Museum May 16-17 2015
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B&W Photograph (plain back)
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The temple of Luxor looking toward the North. The pylon is visible at left.
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Firing Line, Cardiff Castle Museum May 16-17 2015
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B&W Photograph (plain back)
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Looking along the axis of the great temple of Amun at Karnak from the first courtyard.
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Firing Line, Cardiff Castle Museum May 16-17 2015
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Commercial Colour Postcard
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Colour postcard entitled 'Karnakes Colonnades' and showing the forecourt of the temple inlcuding the column of Taharqa