SKU: BODS-101047

High Quality Giclée Print with mount, made exclusively by the Bodleian Libraries Imaging Studio. 

Opening the doors of the fourth shrine. Photograph by Harry Burton, January 1924. Burton P0643 © Griffith Institute, University of Oxford.

The opening of the gilded shrines provided another opportunity to publicize the tomb across the world. Here, Carter (crouched) Callender (standing) and an unidentified Egyptian team member (foreground) are about to discover what lay inside the fourth shrine. It was taken by the renowned archaeological photographer Harry Burton, who was a staff member of the Metropolitan Museum Egyptian Expedition, took a series of photographs, documenting every stage in the process of the excavation.

With it's mount this print will fit a standard A3 frame, which are available from the Bodleian Shop. 

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