|Film Description:||Reel 21 of 52|
ShotlistCat. Reel 312 1967: Reel 21: Tunisia, March 26-28. Trajane. Matmata. Zeraoua. Matameur.Boughrara.
Courtyard from above (Trajane). Stone ruins.
Berber olive oil lamp (Matmata).
Holes in earth for Troglodyte home (en-route to Zeraoua).
A home (Zeraoua). Stone with stone steps.
Loom for making rope nets.
Rooftops, skins drying.
Yard: wool in basket.
Stone mill. Note method of feeding grain to mill: hand operated.
View from road. Brush on roofs. Tiers of stone houses.
Tile work at hotel: (Oabes): possibly a windbreak.
Matameur, showing Ghorfas.
Well: drawing water with donkey: Rope pulley, rubber pail,
automatic release (Matameur).
Square gardens, irrigation ditches.
Camel-operated well: note irrigation ditch atop high wall.
Ghorfas (Matameur): windowless, one atop another: Grain storage:
note steep steps made of flat stones projecting from wall.
Boy descending stairway.
Arm hole for lock.
Ghorfas: front view.
Ghorfas: rear view.
Thatched, circular stone buildings.
Street scenes of Ghorfas.
Steep steps on Ghorfas.
Pottery for sale.
Shoe makers at Mendenine: working by hand.
Roman ruins (at Bou Grara, en-route to Djerba).
Flat stones for yard.
Stub; foundation of column.
Stubs of columns.
Cross-section of column: pivot holes that joined sections.
Stone with some plaster remaining.
Carved, red stone baseboard.
Perpendicular remains of arch.
Carved hole in stone. Resembles a font.
Base of column.
Boughrara: general view.
Ferry (Djorf): note overhang for auto.
Ancient scroll in synagog: 550 B.C. (?) (Hora Seira).
Rolling the scroll.
Colored scroll. Scrolls.
Jewish man. (cu).
Corridors: entrances to rooms for pilgrims. Arched corridor
Well or cistern in courtyard.
Pottery, musical clay drums (cu).
|Film Creator:||Watson Kintner|
|Topics:||Ghorfas, Trajane, Matmata, Zeraoua, Matameur, Bedouin people, Medenine, Djorf, Roman antiquities|
|Tags:||Bedouin people | Djorf | Ghorfas | Matameur | Matmata | Medenine | Roman antiquities | Trajane | Zeraoua|
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