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Nave Anastylosis (After cons.), From South looking West, View of west nave colonnade after completion of anastylosis and conservation of wall paintings from south looking northwest

Description:
Nave Anastylosis (After cons.), From South looking West, View of west nave colonnade after completion of anastylosis and conservation of wall paintings from south looking northwest
Physical Description:
1 color photograph
Photographer:
Image capture by Nicholas Warner
Date Created:
October-December, 2019
Collection:
Red Monastery Architectural Conservation
Series:
Post-conservation
Subseries:
Nave
Location:
Sohag, Egypt
Time Period:
Early Byzantine Period
Topic:
Columns, Fresco painting, and Churches--Naves
Genre:
color photographs and anastylosis
Creative Commons License:
https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/
Rights Statement:
Users must agree to abide by the terms and conditions of the CC BY NC SA license before using ARCE materials and must provide the following credit line: "Reproduction courtesy of the American Research Center in Egypt, Inc. (ARCE). This project was funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)."
Local ID:
arce_ca_rmac_nwphotographer_3409.tif
Project History:
The American Research in Egypt (ARCE) managed the implementation of the architectural conservation of the Red Monastery in Sohag, Egypt, led by Michael Jones and architect Nicholas Warner. Conservation work was supported by the Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities (formerly the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities).
Funding Agency:
Conservation of the monument was funded through the American Research Center in Egypt's Cultural Heritage Tourism Project in Egypt (Annual Program Statement) United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Agreement No. 263-A-15-00007.