|Date taken: February 1914|
|Photographer: Gertrude Bell|
|Location: Haizan in the Nefud - Saudi Arabia|
|Modern location: Bir Hayzan, Nafud, An|
|Description: [Men and camels at well at Haizan. "Haizan is a profound depression surrounded by steep sandhills and the well itself is very deep and our well rope was 48 paces long....We found a number of Arabs watering their camels, The Anazeh clan of the Aw¢ji who were camped near us....I watched and photographed and they left me unmolested, though none had seen a European of any kind before."]|
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