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Grand Colonnade, Palmyra, from the triumphal arch.  Showing the syenite columns of the Tetrapylon; the prostate one is thirty feet long and three feet in diameter. In the distance the ancient city wall, known as the Wall of Justinian, can be traced.

Grand Colonnade, Palmyra, from the triumphal arch. Showing the syenite columns of the Tetrapylon; the prostate one is thirty feet long and three feet in diameter. In the distance the ancient city wall, known as the Wall of Justinian, can be traced.

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1881 - 1883
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Wilson, Charles William, Sir (1836-1905), Author
Palmer, William James, Wood engraver
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New York
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