Columns in the Ramesseum
Luxor, mortuary temple of Ramesseum II
The single longest-running Giza excavation took place between 1902 and 1947, undertaken jointly by Harvard University and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Directed by George A. Reisner, the ÒHarvard-MFA ExpeditionÓ unearthed thousands of Giza artifacts, and amassed the largest archeological documentary archive of any Giza expedition. This archive is housed primarily in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and, to a lesser extent, at Harvard University.
These prints were chosen from about 34,000 black and white excavation photographs taken between 1902 and 1942.
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