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AlbumY(1913-1914)

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

Y_555 - Nafud, An
[Desert Plant]
Date: February 1914
Y_556 - Nafud, An
From Zabran S [View over desert]
Date: February 1914
Y_557 -
Sukhur moving [Tribesmen on camels moving camp with livestock]
Date: January 1914
Y_558 - Nafud, An
[General view from Gertrude Bell's third camp at Zabran in the Nefud. Man on camel in foreground]
Date: February 1914
Y_559 - Bir Hayzan
[Arab tribesmen filling waterskins at well. "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 Annazeh clan of the Awaji who were camped near us....I watched and photographed and they left me unmolested, though none had seen a European of any kind before."]
Date: February 1914
Y_560 - Bir Hayzan
[Arab tribesmen filling waterskins at well. "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 Annazeh clan of the Awaji who were camped near us....I watched and photographed and they left me unmolested, though none had seen a European of any kind before."]
Date: February 1914
Y_561 - Bir Hayzan
[Arab tribesmen filling waterskins at well. "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 Annazeh clan of the Awaji who were camped near us....I watched and photographed and they left me unmolested, though none had seen a European of any kind before."]
Date: February 1914
Y_562 - Bir Hayzan
[Arab tribesmen filling waterskins at well. "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 Annazeh clan of the Awaji who were camped near us....I watched and photographed and they left me unmolested, though none had seen a European of any kind before."]
Date: February 1914
Y_563 - Bir Hayzan
[Arab tribesman filling waterskins at well. "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 Annazeh clan of the Awaji who were camped near us....I watched and photographed and they left me unmolested, though none had seen a European of any kind before."]
Date: February 1914
Y_564 - Misma, Jibal
[General view over desert]
Date: February 1914
Y_565 - Misma, Jibal
[General view over desert towards mountains]
Date: February 1914
Y_566 - Misma, Jibal
[Man in Gertrude Bell's caravan on camel in foreground, rocky pinnacles in background]
Date: February 1914
Y_567 - Misma, Jibal
[Man in Gertrude Bell's caravan on camel in foreground, rocky pinnacles in background]
Date: February 1914
Y_568 -
[Desert and mountains - the defile. Gertrude Bell's caravan in foreground]
Date: February 1914
Y_569 -
[Oasis with trees and walls in distance]
Date: February 1914
Y_570 -
[Oasis with trees and walls in distance. Loaded camel in foreground]
Date: February 1914
Y_571 -
[Desert, tribesmen with loaded mules]
Date: February 1914
Y_572 - Aja, Jabal
[Desert, Gertrude Bell's caravan - men and camels - in foreground]
Date: February 1914
Y_573 - Aja, Jabal
[View of desert and mountains. Loaded camel in foreground]
Date: February 1914
Y_574 - Aja, Jabal
[Desert and mountains, Gertrude Bell's caravan - men and camels - in foreground]
Date: February 1914

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