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Portrait of a young child ...
Portrait of a young child ...
Portrait of a young child ...
Portrait of a young child ...
Portrait of a young child ...
Portrait of a young child ...
Portrait of a young child ...
Portrait of a young child ...
Portrait of a young child ...
Portrait of a young child ...
Portrait of a young child ...
Portrait of a young child ...
Portrait of a young child ...
Portrait of a young child ...
Portrait of a young child ...
Portrait of a young child ...
Portrait of a young child ...
Portrait of a young child ...
Portrait of a young child ...
Portrait of a young child ...
Portrait of a young child ...
Portrait of a young child ...
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Description
Portrait of a young child of the Sa'ar Bedouin at the well of Manwakh. The child is standing beside a hawd, a wood and leather trough, holding a water-skin. The child is wearing a fringed skirt and long earrings. In the background a man stands at the well.

Due to the nature of these images, prints will reproduce any signs of age, wear or damage that occurred before they were archived by the Pitt Rivers Museum.
Additional information
Date December 28, 1947 - January 5, 1948

Portrait of a young child ...

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