• Photographer
    James Lawton
  • Prize
    Honorable Mention
  • University/School
    Goldsmiths, University of London

An image of a toppled statue in the Ramesseum near Luxor, Egypt. Percy Bysshe Shelley read a description of it shortly after its discovery and it inspired his famous 'Ozymandias' poem. The name is taken from a misreading of the cartouche still visible on the statue's shoulder.

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