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Portrait of two Bedouin men ...
Portrait of two Bedouin men ...
Portrait of two Bedouin men ...
Portrait of two Bedouin men ...
Portrait of two Bedouin men ...
Portrait of two Bedouin men ...
Portrait of two Bedouin men ...
Portrait of two Bedouin men ...
Portrait of two Bedouin men ...
Portrait of two Bedouin men ...
Portrait of two Bedouin men ...
Portrait of two Bedouin men ...
Portrait of two Bedouin men ...
Portrait of two Bedouin men ...
Portrait of two Bedouin men ...
Portrait of two Bedouin men ...
Portrait of two Bedouin men ...
Portrait of two Bedouin men ...
Portrait of two Bedouin men ...
Portrait of two Bedouin men ...
Portrait of two Bedouin men ...
Portrait of two Bedouin men ...
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Description
Portrait of two Bedouin men in Wilfred Thesiger's travelling party cutting up meat from a slaughtered camel in the Wadi Hawshi. They are separating the meat from the hide. The man on the left is Musallim bin Tafl, a tribesman of the Bayt Kathir Bedouin.

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 January 22-31, 1947

Portrait of two Bedouin men ...

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