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AlbumY(1913-1914)

Syria, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Iraq
Browsing photos Y001-Y614

Y_161 -
Tubah [Palace - detail of intricately carved stone]
Date: January 1914
Y_162 -
Tubah [Palace - intricately carved stone lintel with early Mohammadan pattern, and jamb]
Date: January 1914
Y_163 -
Tubah [Palace - vaulted room with two arched windows and circular window]
Date: January 1914
Y_164 -
Tubah [Palace - series of doorways with lintels missing, covered by brick and stone high relieving arches]
Date: January 1914
Y_165 -
Tubah [Palace - view from above of two rooms and doorways with high relieving arches. Desert in background]
Date: January 1914
Y_166 -
Tubah [Palace - intricately stone carved lintel with early Mohammadan pattern]
Date: January 1914
Y_167 -
Tubah [Palace - intricately stone carved lintel with early Mohammadan pattern, and jamb]
Date: January 1914
Y_168 -
Tubah [Palace exterior - brick barrel vaulted roof, and doorway with high relieving arch]
Date: January 1914
Y_169 -
Tubah [Palace exterior - brick barrel vaulted roof, and doorway with high relieving arch]
Date: January 1914
Y_170 -
Tubah [Palace - general view of exterior from a distance]
Date: January 1914
Y_171 -
Tubah [View from a distance of Gertrude Bell's camp near Palace walls]
Date: January 1914
Y_172 -
Tubah - Sayyah and Fellah [Sayyah (Gertrude Bell's rafiq) and Fellah (Gertrude Bell's negro camelherd) on camels. Palace in background]
Date: January 1914
Y_173 -
Tubah tent [Gertrude Bell's camp, camels and men. Fattuh in centre of picture]
Date: January 1914
Y_174 -
Tubah tent [Gertrude Bell's men including Sayyah - her rafiq (to left of photograph), 'Ali Mansur (in centre) and Muhammad al Marawi (to right of photograph) seated in tent]
Date: January 1914
Y_175 -
Tubah, Sayyah and Fellah [Sayyah (Gertrude Bell's rafiq) and Fellah (Gertrude Bell's negro camelherd) at camp]
Date: January 1914
Y_176 -
Muham. al M, Fattuh, Sayyah and 'Ali on edge of W Dhurweh [?] Thaithuwat [(From left to right) 'Ali Mansur, Muhammad al Ma'rawi, Sayyah (Gertrude Bell's rafiq) and Fattuh - men of Gertrude Bell's caravan, - on camels in desert]
Date: January 1914
Y_177 -
[View of desert and hills in distance. "Our landmark half yesterday and most of today has been a strange group of three abrupt sandstone tells, rising sharply out of the flint covered plain: the Thlaithuwat - I wonder what strange caprice of Nature called them into being."]
Date: January 1914
Y_178 -
Thlaithuwat [Part of Gertrude Bell's caravan - men and camels, including Fattuh (to far left of photograph) Desert and hills in distance. "Our landmark half yesterday and most of today has been a strange group of three abrupt sandstone tells, rising sharply out of the flint covered plain: the Thlaithuwat - I wonder what strange caprice of Nature called them into being."]
Date: January 1914
Y_179 -
Thlaithuwat [Men - including Fattuh (to left of photograph) of Gertrude Bell's caravan on camels in desert, mountains in distance. "Our landmark half yesterday and most of today has been a strange group of three abrupt sandstone tells, rising sharply out of the flint covered plain: the Thlaithuwat - I wonder what strange caprice of Nature called them into being."]
Date: January 1914
Y_180 -
Sukhur moving [Tribesmen on camels moving camp with livestock]
Date: January 1914

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