Tunisia 1967 Reel 27 of 52

Category: Travelogue

Length: 13:16

Film ID F16-0318
Film Description Reel 27 of 52
Unedited travelogue


Cat. Reel 318 1967: Reel 27: Tunisia. Apr. 5-19.
Kasserine. Maktar. Nabeul.

Square, carved Roman column: Latin inscription (cu).
Aqueduct (en-route to Maktar).
Rock escarpment by road.
Triumphal arch built by Trajan (Maktar).
Ruins: broken columns, stone water channel (Maktar).
Triumphal arch (overexposed).
Hexagonal carved stone.
Forum or Agora (pan shot).
Views of Maktar:
Roofless inner corridor: note wall plaster.
Door lintel.
Donkey carrying water barrels.
Five reliefs and carved figures in niches.
Mosaic: inscription in color.
Carved inscription on stone.
Carving, capital.
Punic tower, cornice, carving (cu).
Twelve aqueduct arches (Maktar).
Arches: one stone supports two arches (good cu).
Mountainside terraces (pan shot).
Clay carried in pails to mechanical mixing machine.
Clay leaving machine. Circular reed basket.
Mixed clay: lifting and piling-up.
Arched brick chamber for tile-brick storage.
Kiln, wood fuel in pottery yard.
Kiln fire.
Kiln: mud surface for insulation.
Two-piece mold for clay toilet traps.
Unfired toilet trap, clay in mold.
Fired clay toilet traps.
Video Category Travelogue
Film Creator Watson Kintner
Topics Kasserine, Maktar, Nabeul, Roman ruins

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