Photocopy is mounted on a sheet of Lazard's stationery; the title, series number (1082) and location are printed below; printed
description : "Almost buried in the sand is the broken obelisk, which never left the quarry. These quarries were not deserted
for those at Philae till the reigns of Severus and Caracalla. In the dip between the hills lies the Arab cemetery; the dates
of the Cuphic inscriptions vary from the 10th to the 15th century."
A quarry with a large stone partly visible