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AlbumY(1913-1914)

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

Y_435 -
Wizeh [Gertrude Bell's camp and tent]
Date: April 1914
Y_436 -
Wizeh [Gertrude Bell's camp]
Date: April 1914
Y_437 -
Wizeh [Gertrude Bell's camp]
Date: April 1914
Y_438 -
Jedan's camp [Tent and camels at the camp of Sheikh Ja'dan (nephew of Fahd Beg) of the Amarat tribe]
Date: April 1914
Y_439 -
Jedan's camp [Camels at the camp of Sheikh Ja'dan (nephew of Fahd Beg) of the Amarat tribe]
Date: April 1914
Y_440 -
Jedan's camp [Tribesmen and camels at the camp of Sheikh Ja'dan (nephew of Fahd Beg) of the Amarat tribe]
Date: April 1914
Y_441 -
Jedan's camp [Camels at the camp of Sheikh Ja'dan (nephew of Fahd Beg) of the Amarat tribe]
Date: April 1914
Y_442 -
Jedan's camp [Camels at the camp of Sheikh Ja'dan (nephew of Fahd Beg) of the Amarat tribe]
Date: April 1914
Y_443 -
Jedan's camp [Camels at the camp of Sheikh Ja'dan (nephew of Fahd Beg) of the Amarat tribe]
Date: April 1914
Y_444 -
Fahd Beg [Tents at the encampment of Fahd Beg - Ibn Hadhdh?¢l (ruler) of part of the Northern 'Anazeh]
Date: April 1914
Y_445 -
Fahd Beg [Tent at the encampment of Fahd Beg - Ibn Hadhdh?¢l (ruler) of part of the Northern 'Anazeh. Camel saddle outside, tribesman nearby]
Date: April 1914
Y_446 -
Fahd Beg [Tent with camel saddle outside, at the encampment of Fahd Beg - Ibn Hadhdh?¢l (ruler) of part of the Northern 'Anazeh]
Date: April 1914
Y_447 -
Fahd Beg [Tribesmen in tent at the encampment of Fahd Beg - Ibn Hadhdh?¢l (ruler) of part of the Northern 'Anazeh]
Date: April 1914
Y_448 -
Fahd Beg [Wife of Fahd Beg - Ibn Hadhdh?¢l (ruler) of part of the Northern 'Anazeh]
Date: April 1914
Y_449 -
Fahd Beg's wife [Wife of Fahd Beg - Ibn Hadhdh?¢l (ruler) of part of the Northern 'Anazeh, standing outside tent]
Date: April 1914
Y_450 -
Helgum [General view of desert, man on camel in foreground]
Date: April 1914
Y_451 -
Helgum [View over ruins. "It was a town - imagine! A town in the heart of the Syrian Desert. But a town of a very primitive kind. It lay up on top of the cliff, on a kind of peninsular formed by the winding Wadi Helgum and the only road to it from the upper level was a narrow neck which was fortified by a towered wall. Again all most primitive and terribly ruined, but there it was, a wall and towers guarding the approach to an irregular area which must be a good half mile squared and is completely covered with shapeless ruin heaps....I planned and photographed the gate wall."]
Date: April 1914
Y_452 -
Helgum [View over ruins. "It was a town - imagine! A town in the heart of the Syrian Desert. But a town of a very primitive kind. It lay up on top of the cliff, on a kind of peninsular formed by the winding Wadi Helgum and the only road to it from the upper level was a narrow neck which was fortified by a towered wall. Again all most primitive and terribly ruined, but there it was, a wall and towers guarding the approach to an irregular area which must be a good half mile squared and is completely covered with shapeless ruin heaps....I planned and photographed the gate wall."]
Date: April 1914
Y_453 -
Helgum [View over ruins. "It was a town - imagine! A town in the heart of the Syrian Desert. But a town of a very primitive kind. It lay up on top of the cliff, on a kind of peninsular formed by the winding Wadi Helgum and the only road to it from the upper level was a narrow neck which was fortified by a towered wall. Again all most primitive and terribly ruined, but there it was, a wall and towers guarding the approach to an irregular area which must be a good half mile squared and is completely covered with shapeless ruin heaps....I planned and photographed the gate wall."]
Date: April 1914
Y_454 -
Helgum [View over ruins. "It was a town - imagine! A town in the heart of the Syrian Desert. But a town of a very primitive kind. It lay up on top of the cliff, on a kind of peninsular formed by the winding Wadi Helgum and the only road to it from the upper level was a narrow neck which was fortified by a towered wall. Again all most primitive and terribly ruined, but there it was, a wall and towers guarding the approach to an irregular area which must be a good half mile squared and is completely covered with shapeless ruin heaps....I planned and photographed the gate wall."]
Date: April 1914

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