File:Cantor-like Column Capital Ile de Philae Description d'Egypte 1809.jpg

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English: Column Capital with pattern like Cantor set.Engraving of Ile de Philae from Description d'Egypte by Jean-Baptiste Prosper Jollois and Edouard Devilliers, Imprimerie Imperiale, Paris, 1809-1828
Author Jean-Baptiste Prosper Jollois and Edouard Devilliers


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