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Tunisia 1967 Reel 15 of 52


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Film Id:F16-0306
Film Description:Reel 15 of 52
Unedited travelogue


Cat. Reel 306 1967: Reel 15: Tunisia. March 17-18. Sousse. Monastir. Skanes.

At Museum in Sousse:
Mosaic: floor, head of Roman in center (cu, xcu).
Statue: animal head.
Carved marble: plants, insects (cu).
Headless marble statue.
Capital, lintel.
Carving: two figures, broken wheel.
Mosaic animal (mcu).
Mosaic fishing boat: fish on line.
Mosaic: two birds, basket of fruit.
Mosaic in alcove: fish, birds.
Mosaic Roman boat: oars, sails, ropes, methods of handling (cu).
Mosaic boat: end view (cu).
Mosaic sea horses, chariot, man (cu).
Mosaic in alcove: man, fish. Stone with hole for chariot "halter strap."
Mill for olive oil. Bottom part of second mill.
Home, yard.
Old city wall from an elevation above Sousse.
Old city wall from outside.
Steps inside wall: lead to "battle stations."
Street scene. Inside wall. Steps at distance.
En-route to Monastir:
Brick dome: interior, exterior.
People walking along wall.
Modern stadium.
Ribat gate: end towers (in Monastir).
Repairing Ribat (an Islamic religious school and barracks fortification)
Ribat: interior walls, note construction.
Ribat: interior, indicating size of building.
Watch tower.
Old cannon.
Ribat wall: exterior. Ribat seen from Presidential Villa.
Shoreline from Presidential Villa (distant).
Grille window.
Presidential Palace Garden (Skanes).
Seven tile scenes in Presidential Palace.
Stucco work: three examples.
Four tile scenes.
Women washing clothes along shore.
Raising well water using camel and rubber pail with "automatic"
water release.
Well: pulley on wooden wheel, rope, release mechanism.
Video Category:Travelogue
Film Creator:Watson Kintner
Topics:Sousse, Monastir, Skanes, Musee de Sousse
Tags: Monastir | Musee de Sousse | Skanes | Sousse
Rights:All rights are reserved by the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology (Penn Museum). Any use of the footage in productions is forbidden unless rights have been secured by contacting the Penn Museum Archives at 215-898-8304, or email photos@pennmuseum.org.

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