"Fair Iconoclasts in Egypt," from the Graphic, 26 July 1890, as reproduced in Nicholas Warner, ed., Egyptian Panorama: Reports from the 19th Century British Press (Cairo, 1994), 13. In a double displacement, the misogynist British editor makes American women the worst such vandals.

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

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  • Middle Eastern: 632-1918
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  • Figure 34. "Fair Iconoclasts in Egypt," from the Graphic, 26 July 1890, as reproduced in Nicholas Warner, ed., Egyptian Panorama: Reports from the 19th Century British Press (Cairo, 1994), 13. In a double displacement, the misogynist British editor makes American women the worst such vandals.