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Egypt of David Roberts 1.01

The classic images of Egypt by David Roberts.

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Description

The classic images of Egypt by David Roberts. Beautiful Pharaonic and Islamic scenes chosen from his six volumes of prints published in 1846.This screen saver includes a portrait of David Roberts plus scenes along the Nile of Abu Simbel, Karnak, the Temple of Luxor, the Colossus of Memnon, Temples of Kom Obo, Esna and Edfu, views of Philae, interiors and exteriors of mosques in Cairo, views of Cairo, Pyramids of Giza, and the Sphinx.

All images have been enhanced to show the vibrant colours of Cairo and the heiroglyphic details and delicate colours of the pharaonic ruins that Roberts painstakingly captured in his watercolours which were drawn during his travels of 1838 and 1839.