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Two magnificently illustrated books from Cornucopia on the photography of John Henry Haynes, unsung hero of American archaeology.

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PALMYRA 1885
The Wolfe Expedition and the Photographs of John Henry Haynes

By Benjamin Anderson and Robert Ousterhout
Photographs by John Henry Haynes (1849–1910)

Firm paperback, 128 pages, 85 black & white photographs

Published 2016

Home to the legendary Queen Zenobia, the Syrian oasis of Palmyra – known as ‘the Pearl of the Desert’ – was one of the most important cultural centres of the ancient world. A key stop on the Silk Road, it was a vital link between the East and the West, and a prize fought over by successive conquering armies.

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JOHN HENRY HAYNES
A Photographer and Archaeologist in the Ottoman Empire 1881–1900 (2nd Edition)

By Robert Ousterhout
Photographs by John Henry Haynes (1849–1910)

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Firm paperback, 152 pages, 128 black & white photographs

Published 2016

Still virtually unknown, JOHN HENRY HAYNES (1849–1910) is the father of American archaeological photography. His travels took him from Athens to Istanbul and on to Mesopotamia. In this landmark study, revised with additional unpublished photographs, Robert G. Ousterhout assesses his unique blend of artistry and documentation.

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