Gender and tourism at the Pyramids: "Few people visit the Pyramids without climbing up them as their energy permits. Just look at those American women on their way up, falling into the clutches of the Bedouin before your very eyes." (Character in Muhammad Muwaylihi's A Period of Time, trans. Roger Allen [Reading, England, 1992], 358.)

From Whose pharaohs?: archaeology, museums, and Egyptian national identity from Napoleon to World War I by Donald Malcolm Reid

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  • Figure 19. Gender and tourism at the Pyramids: "Few people visit the Pyramids without climbing up them as their energy permits. Just look at those American women on their way up, falling into the clutches of the Bedouin before your very eyes." (Character in Muhammad Muwaylihi's A Period of Time, trans. Roger Allen [Reading, England, 1992], 358.)