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Portrait of a tribesman of ...
Portrait of a tribesman of ...
Portrait of a tribesman of ...
Portrait of a tribesman of ...
Portrait of a tribesman of ...
Portrait of a tribesman of ...
Portrait of a tribesman of ...
Portrait of a tribesman of ...
Portrait of a tribesman of ...
Portrait of a tribesman of ...
Portrait of a tribesman of ...
Portrait of a tribesman of ...
Portrait of a tribesman of ...
Portrait of a tribesman of ...
Portrait of a tribesman of ...
Portrait of a tribesman of ...
Portrait of a tribesman of ...
Portrait of a tribesman of ...
Portrait of a tribesman of ...
Portrait of a tribesman of ...
Portrait of a tribesman of ...
Portrait of a tribesman of ...
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Portrait of a tribesman of the Utaybah Bedouin standing with a flock of black sheep at one of the Rumah wells. In the right background a man draws water from a well using a rope attached to the saddle of his camel. Behind them large herds of camels gather around the wells.

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.
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Date April 29, 1945

Portrait of a tribesman of ...

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