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Bedouins from "Travels in Upper and Lower Egypt, undertaken by order of the old government of France ... Translated from the French [by - Monk?]. (Hilaria Hunteriana [strictures on Dr. Hunter's translation of these travels].)"

Beduini del deserto; Maniera d'elevar l'acqua; Altro modo d'elevar l'acqua.

Bedouins camp.

Ruins of a wall near the temple at Offedina [Offelina, or Maharraqa], Nubia (Pl. 29) [top]; Arabac [Arabic] dance (Pl. 30) [bottom].

1. Bédouins dans le desert. 2 et 3. Maniere de monter le'eau pour arroser les terres.

1. Tente d' Arabes. 2. Plan de Portique. 3. Portique du temple de Latopolis à Esnê.

Arabes du désert.

Armes and ustensiles des Arabes du désert (Arabie Petrée).

Camps et tentes des Arabes Bédouins : vue du camp d'un Ferig ou Escouade, sur la rive droite du Nil; plan générale du camp du Ferig; camp sur la rive gauche du Nil; plan, coupe et vue de tentes

Bedouins, from the Vicinity of Suez. One of the Mahazi, and the other of the Soualeh Tribe.

Bedouins from the vicinity of Suez

[Group of Bedouin women huddled together, two standing, others seated] / [D]umas.

Bedouins à dos de chameau aux pyramides.

Bedouin / J.P. Sebah.

Jerico. Beduines / Dumas Ph.

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Halep (Aleppo), Ottoman Empire]

[Studio portrait of models wearing traditional clothing from the province of Surı̈yè (Syria), Ottoman Empire]

Bedouins du desert Syrien Beduins of Syria.

Syria. Bedouins on the desert

A halt in the desert. The Bedawin never trouble themselves with tents when on a journey.

The valley of Sorek. Where the men of Beth-Shemesh were reaping their wheat harvest when the ark arrived from Ekron.

Tarfah or tamarisk grove, Wâdy es Sheikh. This fine grove is called Tarfat el Gidarin. The wâdy itself cuts through the granite wall which fences in Sinai.

Entrance to the ruins of Ba'albek. At the south-west corner, through a long vaulted passage like a railway tunnel under the great platform. Two of these great vaults run parallel with each other, from east to west, and are connected by a third running at right angles to them from north and south.

The river Kishon from El Mahrakah. The place of Elijah's sacrifice. A Bedawîn encampment in the foreground, and the hills of Galilee in the distance beyond a forest of oak-trees.

In the wilderness of Shur. A small encampment of Bedawin, probably of the Terabin tribe, whose territory extends as far as Gaza.

Beit 'ur-et-Tahta, on the site of lower Beth-Horon, a Bedouin tent in the foreground. A woman preparing food, to be eaten at sunset

Bedawín encampment, Wâdy Sebíyeh, Sinai. This valley has been mentioned as a likely camping ground for the Israelites, because of the view afforded of the summit of Jebel Músa. There is no open space, however, for a great multitude.

Ruined tombs, Palmyra, in the Wâdy el Kûbûr. The largest one, on the right, is eighty feet high. There is an inscription on it which states that it was built as a family tomb by Elabelos, in the Seleucian year 414 (A.D. 102).

Jebel ed Deir, Sinai.

A Bedouin of the Haurân. Bedouins (more correctly Bedawîn) occupy the north-west district of the Haurân; the plain is inhabited by peasants, and the Druses for many centuries have colonised the mountain range

'Ain Shems, the site of Beth-Shemesh. South of the Wâdy es Sur'ar (Sorek) and nearly opposite to Sur'ah (Zorah). The ancient and modern names Beth-Shemesh (House of the Sun) and 'Ain Shems (Eye of the Sun) are indicative of sun worship.

The river Kishon. As it appears after the rainy season, where it flows through the narrow pass called Wâdy el Kasab (Valley of Reeds), which leads from the great plain of Esdraelon to the plain of' 'Akka. Oleanders flourish here, and many small birds build their nests.

The Street of the Damascus Gate with a characteristic group of Bedouins outside a café on the left, a party of Turkish soldiers breakfasting, and on the right a group of dealers in fruit and vegetables

Pools of Solomon. Now called El Burâk - the tanks. The castle above them is occupied by a few soldiers for protection against the Bedouins

Râmat el Khulîl, the sight of Mamre. The camping place of Abraham. It is a little way to the right of the old Roman road to Jerusalem, and is also known as Beit Khulîl, "the house of Abraham."

Kasr Hajla, the ancient Beth Hogla, known also as the Monastery of St. John, Hajla

Âs Sufsâfeh (Mount Sinai) and the plain of Râhah (Rest). Beyond the convent is seen Jebel Moneijâh. The summit of Jebel Músa is hidden behind the overwelming mass of Râs Sufsâfeh.

Wâdy Shellâl, "Vally of the Cataracts." This valley bears, both in name and aspect, ever trace of wintery cascades. It leads up to the pass of Nagb Buderah.

Bedouins buying spears in the Sûk es Sinânîyeh, which is the great emporium for all the requirements of Bedouins and peasants, including all kinds of primitive weapons and clothing

Mt. Serbál - From Wády Feirán.

Another bombardment - the newspaper fleet firing on the Bedouins in Washington / Gillam.

Beduines a damas / Dumas Ph.

Beduin de la Mér Morte / Dumas.

[Bedouins of the Jordan District, Holy Land]

Kairo, un Bédouin

[Resting Bedouins and the Grand Pyramid, Cairo, Egypt]

Kairo, la Grande Pyramide

Kairo. Bédouin et sa femme aprés le marche

[Bedouins and children outside tent, Holy Land]

[Bedouins drawing water, Holy Land]

[Bedouins and their tents, Holy Land]

Old Bedouin woman

Bedouins of Petra (?)

Costumes and characters, etc. Bedouins of the Arakat tribe

Beersheba Bedouins. Bedouins at a country fair. (Stalls, melons, and camels)

Sinai. Panorama of the Sinai Mountains from Nakb-el-Hawa

Sinai. Hill of Aaron (Golden Calf). American Colony, Jerusalem

Costumes and characters, etc. Bedouins of the Arakat tribe

Costumes and characters, etc. Bedouin warriors American Colony, Jerusalem

Costumes and characters, etc. Group of Bedouins / American Colony, Jerusalem.

The Beersheba bazaar. (Bedouins bargaining with vendors)

Sinai. Caravan in the heart of the desert of el-Ka'a (Wilderness of Sin)

Trans-Jordan. Beersheba Bedouins. A Beersheba Bedouin. (An old man).

Bedouin women baking

Sinai. North end of the Gulf of Suez, where Israelites crossed the Red Sea. American Colony, Jerusalem

Beersheba Bedouins. Bedouins at a country fair. (Stalls, melons, and camels)

Sinai. Ancient method of entering the monastery Monastery of St. Catherine

Arab woman wearing embroidered coat

Sinai. View of Suez from road to Port Tewfik. American Colony, Jerusalem

Turk. or German? i.e., Turkish or German officer in Bedouin dress, Gaza

Bedouin woman grinding flour, "Woman of Beersheba"

Egypt, pyramids & Bedouins

Environs of Jerusalem. Lazarus' Tomb American Colony, Jerusalem

Costumes and characters, etc. Group of Bedouins American Colony, Jerusalem

On the way to Jericho (Er-Riha), Jordan, etc. Bedouin tent American Colony, Jerusalem

Bedouin woman

Costumes and characters, etc. Bedouin warrior American Colony, Jerusalem

Costumes and characters, etc. Bedouin costume American Colony, Jerusalem

Sinai. Oasis in Wady Feiran, and Jebel Serbal

Bedouins & camels near convent of St. Cath. [i.e., Monastery of St. Catherine], Sinai

Bedouins watching women at encampments

Group of young Bedouin women tent-dwellers in Moab of the Adwan tribe

Sinai. Caravan at el-Wad preparing to cross the desert. American Colony, Jerusalem

Sinai. Quarantine station at Tor. American Colony, Jerusalem

Bedouin couple in front of tent, Adwan tribe

Bedouins & camels at oasis, Sinai

Costumes and characters, etc. Mounted bedouins of the Arakat tribe

Wife of a Bedouin chief holding sword

Bedouin woman grinding flour, "Woman of Beersheba"

Bedouin boy wearing cartridge belt

Egypt, caravan of Bedouins leaving pyramid

Beersheba Bedouins. A desert cistern. (Women and children with a donkey loaded with water jars)

Bedouin wedding series. Women's apartment in the Bedouin tent

To Sinai via the Red Sea, Tor, and Wady Hebran. Bedouin camp

Costumes, characters, etc. Aftermath of a Bedouin raid

East of the Jordan and Dead Sea. Wady Zerka, the Jabbok

Egyptian views; The pyramids of Gizeh. Caravan of Bedouins at the pyramids

Bedouin wedding series. Bedouin children

To Sinai via the Red Sea, Tor, and Wady Hebran. Enclosure where the dates are dried

[Bedouins]