Prime Minister Sharif Pasha with a bust of a Roman emperor: an appropriation of a Western symbol of statesmanship. In Muhammad Khalil Subhi, Tarikh al-Hayat al-Niyabiyya fi Misr, vol. 4 (Cairo, 1947), unnumbered plate following p. 112.

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

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  • Figure 32. Prime Minister Sharif Pasha with a bust of a Roman emperor: an appropriation of a Western symbol of statesmanship. In Muhammad Khalil Subhi, Tarikh al-Hayat al-Niyabiyya fi Misr, vol. 4 (Cairo, 1947), unnumbered plate following p. 112.