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Chpt 9: Exoticism- Egyptian Building, Medical College of Virginia (now a part of Virginia Commonwealth University), 1844-1845, Richmond, Virginia; Thomas S. Stewart, Egyptian Revival

Chpt Exoticism- Egyptian Building, Medical College of Virginia (now a part of Virginia Commonwealth University), Richmond, Virginia;

The Pyramid in Brightling church grave yard where Mad Jack Fuller is buried. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_'Mad_Jack'_Fuller Photo by   By Iconoclast! (shutterclutter.co.uk) on Flickr

The Pyramid tombstone of John "Mad Jack" Fuller, Brightling Church, East Sussex, England

On the set of Empire Studios in Latrache, Tunisia. For the BBC adaptation of The Roman Mysteries in 2006. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0808099/

On the set of Empire Studios in Latrache, Tunisia. For the BBC adaptation of The Roman Mysteries in 2006

The Egyptian Revival monument at Oakland Cemetery. Image credit: ahiddenorder

The Egyptian Revival monument at Oakland Cemetery.

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Egyptian Revival mausoleum, Forest Home Cemetery, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Egyptian Revival Mission Park SA

Egyptian Revival Mission Park SA

The Egyptian Building | Thomas S. Steward, Architect, 1845. Richmond, Virginia: Virginia Commonwealth University (Medical College of Virginia).

Steward, Architect, Richmond, Virginia: Virginia Commonwealth University (Medical College of Virginia).

Roman/ Pompeian House, in Roman times and as it appears now, drawing by Andrea Tosolini

Roman/ Pompeian House, in Roman times and as it appears now, drawing by Andrea Tosolini.

Cut away of Roman baths, highlighting the Hypocaust system. The floors were raised with stacks of tiles in order to allow heat from the furnace to warm the space above without smoke or soot.

Showing the typical hypocaust system underneath the bath, allowing it to heat up. Slaves are visible (bottom left) keeping the fire going.

Metairie Cemetary, it's touted as the "grand" cemetary, having incredible architecture and grounds. Picnic?

Metairie Cemetery tombs: the pseudo-Egyptian pyramid the former tomb of Storyville madam Josie Arlington

Virginia State House - Richmond, VA  USA

The Virginia State House ( Capital Building) during sunset on July

NEGRETTI Henry (1818-1879) & ZAMBRA Joseph Warren, photographs, Crystal Palace, Entrance to Hall of Karnac, Egyptian Court, 1855-1890.

View topic - Stereoviews of the Crystal Palace by Negretti & Zambra

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