By Andrew Humphreys
DK Eyewitness commute advisor: most sensible 10 Cairo and the Nile will lead you immediately to the superior this quarter has to supply. The advisor is split by way of region with eating place reports for every, in addition to thoughts for motels, cafes, and areas to shop.
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As noted in the Editor's Introduction, Lane brought his illustrations to a generally high state of readiness appropriate for their anticipated medium of reproduction. Two that featured clothing were even colored (figs. 18 and 19), perhaps in contemplation of the new technique of chromolithography. In some instances, however, Lane intended further work, as he wrote on the bottom of his drawing of the British Library, Add MSS 34083-8. 2 I am grateful to the Griffith Institute for permission to publish the illustration here.
Near them are extensive remains of very massive constructions of brick; but so much ruined and encumbered with rubbish that no idea can be formed of their plan. Among the mounds, in many places, are seen the mouths of the ancient cisterns; each, with few exceptions, having the hollowed marble base of an ancient column placed over it. The cisterns seem to have extended under a great part of the ancient city; and there is still a sufficient number of them open and in good repair for the supply of the modern town.
Between two and three miles beyond the eastern gate is the field of the memorable battle of the 2ist of March, 1801, in which Sir Ralph Abercromby, who commanded our victorious army, received his mortal wound. At the spot where the battle raged most furiously, by the seashore, is a quadrangular enclosure, about 400 feet square, surrounded by substantial but now ruined walls, between 20 and 25 feet high. These are constructed of calcareous stone, and large bricks, in distinct layers, like many other Roman buildings.
Top 10 Cairo and the Nile: The 10 Best of Everything (DK Eyewitness Travel) by Andrew Humphreys