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Cornucopia has published two books (see MORE READING below) of pictures by John Henry Haynes, who has been described as “The first American archaeology photographer”, with text by Robert G Ousterhout, Professor of Byzantine Art and Architecture at Pennsylvania University. John Henry Haynes covers the Wolfe Expedition, America’s first archaeological sortie into the Ottoman Empire, from 1881–1890. Palmyra 1885 includes pictures of the desert site in modern Syria that have never been published before, showing the city before its 21st-century destruction.
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